Asthma is regarded as potential TMS by Sarmo. i had asthma since I was young. However, I have not had an "asthma attack" for at least 15 years. I have an inhaler hanging around but I never use it. I guess I would use it if I ever had trouble breathing. But there's not been a use for it. I almost wonder if its presence is bad from a full recovery standpoint. I suffered from TMS pain in my wrist - constant inflammation that always continued to come back. During this period, I had turned my house into a "recovery zone", having ibuprofen out on my night stand, an ice pack always in the freezer, my wrist support device, etc. However many TMS experts suggest that you cannot truly heal from TMS until you accept that you are healthy first. And a healthy person doesn't take anti inflammatories every day, a healthy person doesn't have the need to constantly wear an ice pack on their hand, a healthy person doesn't wear a wrist device 24/7. So I got rid of it all. This was important to my eventual full recovery, imo. I wonder if I need to get rid of my inhaler to fully move past this idea in my head that I "don't breathe as good as the average person"? Having this in my life may be stopping me from moving forward, it is a reminder of the kind of person I believe(d) myself to be. That is, a person who suffers from asthma.