The classic symptoms of asthma include wheezing, coughing, tightness in your chest, and feeling short of breath.
But other conditions — like allergies, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), sleep apnea, and post nasal drip — can trigger the same problems.
What does it mean to have mild asthma?
With mild intermittent asthma, the symptoms are mild. This classification means you’ll have symptoms up to two days per week or two nights per month. This asthma type will usually not hinder any of your activities and can include exercise-induced asthma.
Do I have mild asthma?
People with mild persistent asthma experience symptoms more than twice a week, but less than once per day. Symptoms of mild persistent asthma include: shortness of breath. whistling when you breathe (wheezing)
What does a mild asthma attack feel like?
Asthma attack signs and symptoms include: Severe shortness of breath, chest tightness or pain, and coughing or wheezing.
What can mimic asthma?
The top seven diseases that mimic asthma symptoms are chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, rhinosinusitis, heart failure with preserved or reduced ejection fraction, gastroesophageal reflux disease, angina, anxiety, and vocal cord dysfunction syndrome.