It's vital that anyone with an asthma diagnosis takes the right medication and has a plan to better manage their condition and any asthma attacks. Asthma diagnosis
For news and events from your region or nation, please select:
While we welcome the NICE guideline in the hope that it will help people with asthma receive more personalised care, we are concerned that today’s headlines may make people think twice about taking their asthma medicines.Read on
If you think you have asthma it is important that you make an appointment with your doctor or asthma nurse as soon as possible so that they can do some tests to see if you have asthma.Read on
There isn’t a single test your child can take to tell if they have asthma. To help make a diagnosis, your doctor or nurse will do a number of things. They will ask about your child’s symptoms, and might ask you to keep a record of them along with what seems to make them better or worse.Read on
Women with asthma often notice changes to their asthma around puberty, menstruation (periods), pregnancy, and the menopause. To help us fund more research into the causes of asthma, text RESEARCH to 70500 to donate £5.Read on
Do you have an action plan? Did you know that without one you’re four times more likely to need to go to hospital for your asthma. Download yours today.
The Asthma UK Helpline provides independent confidential advice from asthma nurse specialists to people with asthma and their families, friends and carers.
Asthma UK’s is the leading asthma charity in the UK. There are over five million people with asthma in the UK, and we’re here for them when they need us most. Find out more about us.
Asthma UK is a company limited by guarantee registered in England No. 2422401Registered charity in England No. 802364 and in Scotland No. SC039322Asthma UK Head Office: 18 Mansell Street, London, E1 8AA