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From: Multi-symptom asthma is closely related to nasal blockage, rhinorrhea and symptoms of chronic rhinosinusitis-evidence from the West Sweden Asthma Study

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Prevalence of waking up with tight chest, shortness of breath or cough, during the last 12 months, in the non-asthma, fewer-symptom asthma or multi-symptom asthma groups. Subjects with multi-symptom asthma had a higher risk of waking up at night regardless of which respiratory symptom is analyzed. Blue: non-asthma, maroon, fewer-symptom asthma and green: multi-symptom asthma. *** P < 0.001.

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