While at the doctor's office, I learned a couple of interesting facts;
-Did you know that the amount of oxygen in your blood stream is directly related to how much oxygen your body is getting? This is an especially critical unit of measurement for an asthma patient who can't seem to get enough air into his/her lungs and has trouble breathing.
-When a body is at rest, it produces less corticosteroid. Apparently, corticosteroid is naturally occurring and is needed for normal body function (breathing, being one of these functions). Corticosteroid is at it's lowest around three in the morning and that is why my body was having trouble breathing.