Nocturnal Asthma

Sleep has an adverse effect on symptoms of asthma; patients often experience worsening dyspnoea, wheezing or coughing due to airway hyperactivity during sleep. These worsening symptoms suggest that the asthma is not adequately controlled, and this may result in sleep fragmentation.

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