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Welcome to My EIB Journal

Running into breathing problems when you exercise? You might have exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB), commonly referred to as exercise-induced asthma. It's important to keep track of your symptoms when they occur. This EIB journal can help.

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What is EIB?

Shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, chest tightness and unusual fatigue are all symptoms of exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB). Most people with asthma have EIB. But, it’s also possible to have EIB and not have asthma.

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How can My EIB Journal Help?

See Your Month's Activity at a Glance

With My EIB Journal’s calendar view, get a quick overview of your health, activity and breathing problems, including the days you exercised, symptoms you experienced and medication use.


My EIB Journal on the Go

Out of town? No access to a computer? Don’t worry, you can still keep track of your exercise and breathing problems through your mobile device.



Whether you’re training for the Olympics or simply trying to stay in shape, get access to detailed reports and statistics that will help you and your allergist best manage your condition.


Share Information with your Allergist

No matter what sport or exercise activities you do, your allergist can work with you to keep your condition under control. Print your reports to make sharing information with your allergist even easier.

Entering Your Data is Fast and Easy

If you already were diagnosed with EIB or think you might have it, it’s important to keep track of your symptoms and when they occur. Log on and see how easy it is.