I never expected it to come out of nowhere like it did. I couldn’t believe that I was going through an asthma attack. I had recently moved to a new city, and I thought I’d be fine. But I guess the stress of the move and the new environment had finally taken its toll on me.
My chest felt heavy and my lungs felt like something heavy was pressing on them. I tried to take deep breaths but it felt like I was choking. I was having a hard time catching my breath. I started to panic, and I knew I had to get to the hospital as soon as possible.
Luckily, I was able to call an ambulance and they rushed me to the emergency room. When I arrived, the nurses and doctors immediately began to treat me. They gave me oxygen to help me breathe, and prescribed some medication to help treat my asthma.
The next few days were rough, but the doctors and nurses did a great job at keeping me stable. After a few days, the medication started to work and my breathing got easier. I was able to go home, but still had to take it easy and make sure I was properly managing my asthma.
Even though I still had some shortness of breath, I was feeling much better. I was also more aware of my surroundings, and was better able to tell when I was having an asthma attack and take the necessary steps to get to the hospital.
I’m thankful for the care I received at the hospital, and for the doctors and nurses who worked so hard to get me back on my feet. I know now to be extra cautious when it comes to my asthma, and to always make sure I’m taking the proper steps to manage my condition.