A burning throat can be caused also be excessive post nasal drip during exercise. Asthma is accompanied by shortness of breath and chest tightness during exercise. If you really want to know if you have exercise induced asthma, then you should see a pulmonary specialist who can give you a test that involves exercising and then measuring your lung function, so see if it reduces with physical exertion. Vocal chord dysfunction (VCD) can be triggered by exercise, but doesn't respond to inhalers. Hence why it is important to see a doctor who can diagnose the root cause of your symptoms.
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