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Would a face steamer/sauna (beauty thing) be useful in the control and/or relief of bad asthma and mild COPD?

Heavy smoker
Mild/early COPD
History of chest infections and productive cough

(This is my Dad...I know he needs to give up smoking and stop being stupid, but that's easier said than done)

No. I have asthma, and I can't even have steam on me, if I get a facial. The steam from those machines can and usually do cause an asthma attack. I really don't suggest it.

It might help if he is not having actual symptoms of suddenly having difficulty breathing. In other words, if he is using it while he is at his usual baseline breathing state then it will probably feel better to inhale moist air.
However, if


ok so right now i feel like i cant breath properly or enough ... I have chronic sinusitis my nose feels stuffed can barely breath

Phlegm isn't usually a symptom of asthma. Coughing and Wheezing are. If a Pulmonologist doesn't think you have asthma, then you probably don't.

If you are having problems breathing, then you really should go to an emergency room. If

Phlegm isn't usually a symptom of asthma. Coughing and Wheezing are. If a Pulmonologist doesn't think you have asthma, then you probably don't.

If you are having problems breathing, then you really should go to an emergency room. If