3 Early Signs of Asthma

Asthma signs and symptoms vary from child to child, and may get worse or better over time. Your child may have only one sign or symptom, such as a lingering cough or chest congestion. The first signs of asthma in young children may be recurrent wheezing triggered by a respiratory virus. Here are three signs of asthma:

spells, which may occur during play, at night, or while laughing or crying

* Rapid breathing (intermittently)

* Shortness of breath, loss of breath

* Frequent Coughing