I hope you are not smoking! But even if you do not smoke, tobacco smoke can still cause you problems. How? If you are around other people who smoke, just breathing that secondhand smoke can cause an asthma burst out. You can ask to sit in the no-smoking section at restaurants and other places, such as ballparks. But that might not be enough to protect you from nearby smoke.
If a friend or family member smokes around you, let him or her know that it makes your asthma worse. Ask the person not to smoke in your house or car. This can really help with your asthma symptoms. If you can not get the person to stop smoking around you, talk with your mom, dad, or another trusted adult, such as a school counselor.
Even if you try your best, you still might find yourself in a smoky situation. That is why you should always have your rescue medication with you! But before it do one thing ... always keep in mind that"SMOKING IS INJURIOUS TO HEALTH!!!"