Severe asthma affects around 4% of people with asthma. If you have severe asthma this section is for you.
Severe asthma is a different type of asthma that’s harder to treat. If you’ve been diagnosed with severe asthma life can sometimes be challenging. And you may need lots more medicines and treatments to control your symptoms.
Here you can get expert advice to help you manage your condition and make life a bit easier, along with tips and insights from other people who have first-hand experience of what it’s like living with severe asthma.
All you need to know about getting a severe asthma diagnosis and how to help the process
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