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thankyou all so much for your support and helpfull advice given recently, you can rest assured that I will be here with my naive questions and worried head on my shoulders now and then! today for instance I've realiased that the past few days, 3 perhaps, I had very little wheeze or sputum, yet today it has come back with a vengance to bite my bum, I'm guessing this is normal, a few good days mixed in with a few not so good? I hope everybody reading this is doing fine, love and kind regards to all smile

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    Hi David,

    Try and 'huff' some up every day to save a build up. Also I find since I have gone 'dairy free' it isn't as bad. I am also sure my daily carrot juicing is helping as well.

    Blessings,

    Lesley

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    dont let us forget also that  air quality will play a big part in how we feel      in the last few days our atmosphere has been charged with heavy particulates carried in from mainland europe on  a predominantly east wind.  these particulates will disturb the delicate balance we try to maintain.  especially  in the Eastern side of the country  including Scotland 
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      wow, I most certainly did'nt know that Reg, useful info indeed, bearing in mind I am on the far north eastern coastline of Scotland, and there was me assuming the air I breathe was quite pure up here! Thankyou for that mon ami, caio cheesygrin
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    I can definitely recommend cutting back on the dairies.  I have been tons better since I did.  Having said that every now and again I just do get a day that is very productive for sputum.  It is not out of the ordinary - but as lesley so wisely says "huffing" it up on the days when it is not so plentiful will keep levels a bit more regular.  If you don't know how to "huff" get a physio to show you.
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