"When I get extremely stressed out for some reason or another, it tends to trigger my asthma, and I have an asthma attack."

Any kind of emotional response that interrupts normal breathing – such as anger, crying, anxiety, depression, or even laughter – can bring on asthma symptoms. But for most people, stress is the most common emotional trigger.

"I’ve went for my Proventil® quite a few times through stress at work, stress at home,