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Easing the wheezing
Asthma is a lifelong problem, but it doesn’t have to hold you back. If you or your child has asthma, it may seem overwhelming. But some simple steps can help you take control of your asthma. With regular practice, these steps will become a part of your normal routine. Learn how to follow your asthma action plan, check your peak flow, know your asthma zones, and use your asthma diary with this helpful guide.[Create a hyperlink to the Asthma: Taking Charge of Your Asthma Actionset on your website. DOCHWID= tb1757]
Active with asthma
If you battle exercise-induced asthma, you know how tough it can be to get regular exercise. But you can manage asthma in different ways so you can be physically active. Exercise-induced asthma is often not diagnosed, especially in children. If you or your child has symptoms, such as shortness of breath when you begin exercising and trouble breathing that goes away 20 to 30 minutes after exercise, be sure to tell your doctor. Using asthma-controlling medicine before your workout may help reduce symptoms, especially in cold, dry weather. Here are more tips that asthma experts recommend for easing your symptoms.[Create a hyperlink to the Exercise-Induced Asthma Topic Overview on your website. DOCHWID=hw161742]
Asthma and your child
Asthma affects children in different ways. Some children have only occasional asthma attacks. Others have many asthma attacks that send them to the doctor often. If your child has asthma, the first thing to know is that treatment can control it. And, as a parent, you can do a lot to help your child learn to live a healthy and active life. Start by understanding the causes, symptoms, and treatments of asthma. Then find out what you can do to prevent your child’s asthma attacks. Here’s more information about asthma in children.[Create a hyperlink to the Asthma in Children Topic Overview on your website. DOCHWID=uf4629]
An asthma action plan
If you or your child has asthma, it is important to learn how to take care of yourself. One way to do this is to have a written asthma action plan. The plan usually includes which asthma medicine to take every day and how to treat an asthma attack. You’ll also learn to keep an asthma diary where you record the triggers that cause asthma symptoms. Following your plan can help you live the life you want and stay active with fewer problems from asthma. Start here with tips and strategies to help you develop and follow your action plan and review your plan with your doctor.[Create a hyperlink to the Asthma: Using an Asthma Action Plan. Actionset on your website. DOCHWID=aa6560]
Social Media Teasers
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- Don’t let asthma keep you from exercising. Learn about symptoms, treatments, and prevention. [Insert a shortened URL to the Exercise-Induced Asthma Topic Overview on your website. DOCHWID=hw161742]
- Check out these helpful tips for raising a child with asthma. [Insert a shortened URL to the Asthma in Children Topic Overview on your website. DOCHWID=uf4629]
- Creating and sticking to an asthma action plan is the first step in living the life you want. Here’s how. [Insert a shortened URL to the Asthma: Using an Asthma Action Plan. Actionset on your website. DOCHWID=aa6560]
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