Relieve Asthma Symptoms
Asthma is a chronic, lifelong condition. There’s no cure, but there are ways to manage your symptoms so you can aim to live a healthy, normal lifestyle and minimize the effects of asthma.
Keep Your Body & Mind Healthy
There are numerous benefits to a well-balanced diet and active lifestyle, and healthy living helps you stay in optimal shape, which can have positive effects on your immune system and lung function. In addition to a healthy lifestyle, talk to your doctor about finding a treatment regimen that can help relieve your asthma symptoms.
Tips to Help Keep Your Asthma Controlled
Natural Ways to Relieve Asthma Symptoms
While some natural methods can be considered as part of an overall management plan, they cannot replace conventional asthma treatments. Talk to your doctor about what else you may be able to do to better manage your asthma.
Get Emotional Support
Asthma can affect you emotionally as well as physically. Therefore, it’s important to have a community you can reach out to for the emotional support you need. Whether it's family, friends, or a network of others who also live with asthma, talk to the people in your life so they can help.
Connect With the Asthma Community
Follow us on social media to interact with and expand your asthma support network.
Talk to Others About Your Asthma
Asthma can make life more difficult for many people and is often misunderstood by those who do not have asthma. It’s important to talk to the people in your life so they can understand the realities of living with asthma, and how their actions can impact your well-being. Together, you can find solutions.
Additional Ways to Manage Asthma Symptoms
Avoid Asthma Triggers
Everyone experiences asthma differently, so it’s crucial that you understand which triggers can aggravate your asthma symptoms.
Take Your Medicine
The best way to manage asthma symptoms is with the right medication. Be sure to follow your doctor’s instructions closely and always take the prescribed dosage, even when you're feeling fine.
Set Goals & Create a Plan
Setting goals and having a plan for addressing symptoms as they arise can help you manage some of the unpredictability of asthma.
Find an Asthma Specialist
More severe cases of asthma can benefit from the additional expertise of an asthma specialist, such as an allergist or a pulmonary specialist, who is trained to treat asthma.