Re: second hand smoke and car fumes
I agree with the others. If you didn't have asthma symptoms, during the drive, or at the race track, then the absence of symptoms should bring you some comfort.
I wish my asthma was that mild. If I come into contact with a smoker, hours after that person last smoked, just the hours-old smoke fumes, coming off of their hair, or clothes, brings on asthma symptoms. I could never work at a race track, even for a short time, as the exhaust fumes, and the fumes from spinning tires, would wreck havoc with my Asthma.
CHF,AFib,HBP,Diabetes,Asthma since 1987
⇒ Avg BP 2008-2017: 119/69 readings: 7,514
⇒ Avoid unhealthy chemicals,odors,irritants
⇒ 1500 cal diet and exercise
⇒ 6.25 coreg; .125 digoxin