Self-Care

  1. Asthma Action Plan Worksheet

    Your health care team will help you fill out your Action Plan. Provide the information requested to see how well you are managing your asthma.

  2. Asthma: Out of Breath at a Meal

    Try to breathe evenly while chewing. If you begin feeling short of breath, take a break between bites.

  3. Fight Asthma with the Right Nutrition

    Some experts believe that you may reduce your asthma symptoms by eating certain foods.

  4. Know Your Peak Flow

    You and your health care provider can use information from a peak-flow meter to help stop a flare-up in its tracks.

  5. Management of Asthma

    One part of asthma management is to identify and avoid the things that trigger your asthma. You also need to understand how to take your asthma medications.

  6. Managing a Chronic Condition

    Part of the treatment for chronic conditions involves adopting the same healthy lifestyle habits that are important for everyone.

  7. People with Asthma Need Yearly Flu Shot

    Getting the flu can be serious business for people with asthma. That’s why it’s important to take steps to prevent it.

  8. Traveling With Asthma

    Whether you pack a suitcase every week or once a year, you probably know that traveling takes a little extra preparation when you have asthma.

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