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    What's funny is that because I have asthma and cough so much when I smoke if I'm staying with my parents and want to smoke I have to worry more about the SOUND then the smell (unless I use my vaporizer of course).

    I fucking have to smother my face with a pillow immediately after I take hits because every hit I take results in a coughing eruption that lasts like 45 seconds and anyone who heard it would know I was smoking lol.

    It kind of sucks.

    Other people take a hit and cough like once or twice and my friend used to tell me the only reason I coughed like that was because I took every hit like it was my last but I never was really able to get across to him that when you have asthma and smoke weed you are going to cough like crazy not matter what unless you vape or eat it, and actually even my vaporizer is capable of making me cough a bit, but I don't smoke much these days and haven't for like 6 months or so.

    Actually, unless, for some reason, when I smoke drunk I don't cough much and it's nice (and smoking drunk is my favorite way anyway, or on Kratom or Phenibut or some other drug that eases the anxiety).

    I basically think this is because of the mild respiratory depression caused by the booze that it must relax my lung muscles or something, but I don't know if that's the reason for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycophile View Post
    What's funny is that because I have asthma and cough so much when I smoke if I'm staying with my parents and want to smoke I have to worry more about the SOUND then the smell (unless I use my vaporizer of course).

    I fucking have to smother my face with a pillow immediately after I take hits because every hit I take results in a coughing eruption that lasts like 45 seconds and anyone who heard it would know I was smoking lol.

    It kind of sucks.

    Other people take a hit and cough like once or twice and my friend used to tell me the only reason I coughed like that was because I took every hit like it was my last but I never was really able to get across to him that when you have asthma and smoke weed you are going to cough like crazy not matter what unless you vape or eat it, and actually even my vaporizer is capable of making me cough a bit, but I don't smoke much these days and haven't for like 6 months or so.

    Actually, unless, for some reason, when I smoke drunk I don't cough much and it's nice (and smoking drunk is my favorite way anyway, or on Kratom or Phenibut or some other drug that eases the anxiety).

    I basically think this is because of the mild respiratory depression caused by the booze that it must relax my lung muscles or something, but I don't know if that's the reason for sure.

    I get that to when I smoke only I don't have asthma I was tested for it as a kid, can you catch asthma?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycophile View Post
    I basically think this is because of the mild respiratory depression caused by the booze that it must relax my lung muscles or something, but I don't know if that's the reason for sure.

    That seems reasonable, actually. Liquor'll relax everything else up, it likely does something to the respiratory system aside from slowing it down.

    Really, though, I wanted to chime in and say I'm an asthmatic toker over here. Born and raised with that bullshit, but I haven't had an asthma attack since I was 13 or 14 (about 16 years ago.) I used to occasionally get that cough (nearly your whole abdominal section tightens up, right? It starts to feel like you're breathing through a straw despite your mouth being wide open, and the more you struggle for air the worse the pressure gets around your ribcage until you feel like the only way to get relief is to double over and just start hackin' away until everything's clear again?) and it's not fucking fun at all. I honestly remember gasping for a breath of air being way worse than the coughing, but asthma's gonna effect people different ways.

    Quote Originally Posted by Angelicka View Post
    I get that to when I smoke only I don't have asthma I was tested for it as a kid, can you catch asthma?
    Sort of. I mean, you can't catch it but you can definitely develop it. Asthma's not transmitted by bacteria or viruses, though, it's more of a condition. You can be born with it, you can develop it at some point in your lifetime, and it's actually possible to "beat" a mild case of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibult View Post
    That seems reasonable, actually. Liquor'll relax everything else up, it likely does something to the respiratory system aside from slowing it down.

    Really, though, I wanted to chime in and say I'm an asthmatic toker over here. Born and raised with that bullshit, but I haven't had an asthma attack since I was 13 or 14 (about 16 years ago.) I used to occasionally get that cough (nearly your whole abdominal section tightens up, right? It starts to feel like you're breathing through a straw despite your mouth being wide open, and the more you struggle for air the worse the pressure gets around your ribcage until you feel like the only way to get relief is to double over and just start hackin' away until everything's clear again?) and it's not fucking fun at all. I honestly remember gasping for a breath of air being way worse than the coughing, but asthma's gonna effect people different ways.



    Sort of. I mean, you can't catch it but you can definitely develop it. Asthma's not transmitted by bacteria or viruses, though, it's more of a condition. You can be born with it, you can develop it at some point in your lifetime, and it's actually possible to "beat" a mild case of it.

    Yeah it's totally like that.

    So do you still cough like crazy when you smoke weed?

    And if not, is there any way you were able to stop coughing that much?

    For me, the obvious answer is my vaporizer, (not sure I can mention the brand so I won't) which is pretty smooth and at the very most might make me cough a tiny bit but often it doesn't, but I also like to smoke cause I just like the way it feels (minus the coughing) so sometimes I do that also, however, I don't really smoke often at all anymore.

    Like, I'll smoke like a few weeks out of a year, just buy a little and finish it off and then I won't desire to smoke again for a while.

    But I totally needed my inhaler WAY more often when I'd smoke regularly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelicka View Post
    Hi kind of a weird one but me and the family are going away this week and will be staying at a hotel now no one in my family knows I do drugs so I smoke my weed outside of when everyone is asleep outside the window the problem is I'm gonna be pretty much locked in the hotel at night because I won't be allowed out that late and I will get moaned at but I will have my own single bedroom or so I hope so in need tools tips etc how to smoke in their undetected I only smoke spliffs btw so bong is not an option.
    Your best bet is smoking in the bathroom where the fan is, so the smoke goes straight up. I've done this a few times in various places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycophile View Post
    Yeah it's totally like that.

    So do you still cough like crazy when you smoke weed?

    And if not, is there any way you were able to stop coughing that much?

    Rarely. I learned a long time ago to just feel every hit. I can't explain the sensation well but I just know when I'm about to or have just taken in way too much smoke for a single hit, and when that feeling hits I need to put everything down and get ready for a gut-wrenching coughing fit.

    As far as getting better... Some time when I was in middle school my mother collapsed a lung. ER trip, bunch of physical therapy stuff, and they ended up sending her home with a bunch of tools for exercising and measuring breath control. There was this one thing that she was never able to use correctly during her recovery, and I eventually asked if I could try it because maybe it's broken. I think it was called a spirometer but a quick Google search just left me a little uncertain. It looked awfully similar to this:



    Anyways, the one I used had a little ball on the inside that would go up and down depending on the strength of your inhale/exhale, and the trick was to keep the ball in between a certain measurement on the spirometer for a set time. I remember when I first started I couldn't get the damn thing to sit still and just a few seconds of use would leave me huffin' and puffin', but then I was able to hold it relatively still for a few seconds while still being able to keep my breath... and the improvements just kept coming over that school year. Eventually I hit the half-minute mark and decided that was good enough, and shit, I think I was right.

    I can't guarantee that helped me get my asthma under control but I honestly think those lung strengthening games played a huge factor for me.
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