What are your triggers and how can you deal with them?
When you have asthma, thoughts about your condition are never far from your mind. There are usually a number of triggers, some of which you may not really be aware of. You may know, for example, that your asthma is often worse at night, or perhaps staying with friends, but may not have looked into why that might be. Or it may be cold weather induced or coincide with the hay fever season.
When you do feel well you live a normal life and may forget to be aware of triggers. You may forget to take your preventative which can then leave you unprepared. Winters can be particularly hard and you may be under the weather for a long time. Catching a cold can turn into real illness.
You may believe there is not much you can do about your condition other than take the preventative. We realise that asthma can be a debilitating and even life threatening condition triggered by different things in different people. However, through our work with asthmatics we have found that many respond very favourably to reducing the allergens in their indoor environment. Read on for more information on asthma, its symptoms and triggers...
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