The fact that it is impossible to recommend a specific climate zone. All depends on the individual case and the causes that provoked the appearance of asthma in humans. We can only highlight General trends and factors that can have beneficial effects on the human body, suffering from asthma. In some cases, climate change will actually reduce the number of attacks or even reduce them to zero, but this is the exception rather than the rule.
According to statistics, people suffering from asthma, noted that in damp, cold weather they start to feel much worse, the number of attacks may increase. A logical conclusion from this is that climate with long, cold winters and high humidity extremely favorable for asthmatics. Of course, in a milder climate zone asthma will periodically harass the patient, but the number should be significantly reduced.
It so happens that the cause of asthma are the different allergens present in everyday life of the patient. In this case, climate change may not be reflected on the patient's condition. The only chance for improvement – the elimination of all possible sources of allergens. People suffering from the allergic form of asthma is not recommended to spend much time in the city, as various sharp odors, such as gasoline or other chemicals can provoke an attack.
Some asthmatics complain that on frosty days, they simply do not have the ability to go outside. Extreme changes in temperature and the flow of cold air provoke they have a panic attack. Such people simply cannot exist in a climate strip with cold and long winters.
When choosing residence it is necessary not to forget that the condition of asthma is influenced by many factors. Sometimes it is enough just to rest for a few days outside the city in order to feel better. In this case, the fresh air, the absence of large amounts of dust and smells have a beneficial effect on the body.
For the asthmatic person the best choice may be living in mountainous areas. The fact that in such areas the pressure is continuously lowered and the air is slightly rarefied. The bronchi and lungs of the patient in the mountains is able to function in the best way. In addition, going to the mountains, you can "escape" from the usual allergens lowlands and plains, which also helps improve health. Perhaps only in the climatic conditions of the mountains for an asthmatic person may stop chronic oxygen starvation.