Asthma attack risk checker

This test shows your risk of an asthma attack in the next year. But if your asthma affects your daily life now, wakes you up or makes you use your blue reliever inhaler three or more times a week, see your GP urgently

  1. 1. Your asthma
  2. 2. Managing your asthma
  3. 3. Your lifestyle
Were you diagnosed with asthma…

We ask this question because symptoms can vary depending on when you were diagnosed.

When were you diagnosed with asthma?
In the last month have you had difficulty sleeping due to your asthma (including cough symptoms)?
In the last month, have you had your usual asthma symptoms (such as cough, wheeze, chest tightness, shortness of breath) during the day?
Have you noticed you have a blocked or runny nose even when you don't have a cold?
In the last month, has your asthma interfered with your usual daily activities (such as with your work, housework or exercise)?
Do you know if any of these things trigger your asthma?

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Data from the Asthma Attack Risk Checker is used anonymously for research purposes to help us better understand how asthma affects people.

The Asthma Attack Risk Checker results are not medical advice. If you are concerned about your asthma symptoms or your risk of an attack, we advise visiting a healthcare professional. If you are experiencing an asthma attack, then seek emergency immediately if needed.