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Exercise Induced Asthma

Postby ncw1304 » Fri Apr 27, 2012 9:14 am

Do you have asthma or exercise induced asthma?

If yes then we need you!

I am a PhD researcher running a trial at Nottingham Trent University examining whether the managment of exercise induced asthma can be improved through dietary manipulation.

Who can take part? – Physically active men (training 3-4 hours a week) aged 18-45, who get wheezy and tight chested during exercise or on the cessation of exercise and/or have asthma.

What will you get out of it? – We will confirm whether you have exercise induced asthma (it is commonly misdiagnosed!), provide free fitness testing, and potentially reduce your asthma symptoms.

Next Step - If you would like more information please contact
Mr Neil Williams: neil.williams2010@my.ntu.ac.uk, 0115 8483820 of
Dr Michael Johnsons: michael.johnson@ntu.ac.uk

This study has been approved by Nottingham Trent University’s Ethics Committee

Many Thanks,

Neil Williams
Sport, Health and Performance Enhancement (SHAPE) Research Group
School of Science and Technology, Clifton
Nottingham Trent University
NG11 8NS
Nottingham, UK.
0115 8483820
ncw1304
 
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Re: Exercise Induced Asthma

Postby Norris » Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:43 am

I'm new member on the board, I was very pleased to find this site. Your post is so useful for my studies. No doubt exercise plays major role in maintaining fitness. It allows you to achieve your fitness goal more quickly.
Norris
 
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