Having a partner who has asthma, you will never know when a stressful situation will be waiting, just around the corner. Having to deal with attacks and watching the one I love’s lip turn into a sickly white color makes me queasy. At time, the attacks have gotten so severe that I feared I would have to take her to an emergency room. Thankfully, we have had a safe relationship but always having to remember to keep the inhalers full can be burdensome. Science is showing some new findings that are showing vitamin D to really be helping in treating asthmatics. By no means, am I suggesting that you toss out your inhalers, always keep those handy. In a pinch, or when you are facing dire choices and do not have your inhaler handy, vitamin D could be a great supplement to have. Millions of people live with asthma and living with those who have it purpose many challenges, if a successful relationship is to be had. What I recommend is that you always carry an extra inhaler, or vitamin D while you are with the one that you love, if they are someone that has asthma. This vitamin isn’t a product to use if you think that it will make asthma go away forever, it could end an attack though. Not just for asthma, having more vitamin D will be able to give a pump up to your immune system. Do you know what is even more devastating than having an asthma attack would be to have occur while you are already sick with another illness. Vitamin D can work wonders, if you include enough of it into your daily plan. Why this supplement does so well in studies with asthmatics is because it will actually help to reduce the flare-ups, or attacks that can quite literally stop regular breathing. Even changing the timing of how you breath, by a small percentage, can send your head into a panic. With so many news pieces trashing vitamins as nothing more than snake oil, hearing how the lives of asthma sufferers can be improved is an oil that I want to have on hand, at all times.