HI Everyone! I am here because I have adult-onset asthma. I've had it for 4 years now. My triggers are exercise and cold, dry weather. I have no known allergies, except to dust mites. I still haven't found a medication that works for me. I struggle with breathing in daily activities like getting to work, taking the stairs, cycling, swimming, and pretty much any elevation. I have only a 5-6% increase in airflow with albuterol, and the steroid inhalers, even when used over the long term, don't seem to make any difference. So, right now I'm looking for some tips and ideas about how to get through this! I have (and still try to be) an active person, but instead of a joy, it is now a slog after which I need at least an hour of breathing recovery, even with daily use of my albuterol inhaler in the morning. It is both frustrating and embarrassing, since I am often left breathing heavily and/or unable to take full breaths, and others who notice get concerned. Not being able to exercise as frequently or as much is really tough, since I also struggle to maintain my weight. Any tips on how to treat/handle exercise/ cold air induced asthma would be great!