There isn’t one specific trigger for asthma. And triggers may vary from person to person. But some of the most common triggers and contributing factors to asthma include:

Cesarean birth
Lack of infant breast feeding
Pet dander
Dust
Pollen
Food
Mold
Smoke
Chemical fumes
Air pollution
Fragrance
Chemicals in cleaning and personal care products
Aspirin and NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs)

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