Learn how taking your peak flow regularly can help you spot if your asthma is getting worse and cut your risk of an asthma attack
Easy ways to record your child’s cough, wheeze, breathlessness or tight chest – so you can keep track and help your doctor diagnose your child
Brace yourself for a fast-paced and physically challenging adventure, as you take on the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales.
December and January are the deadliest months of the year for people with asthma, figures for the past decade have revealed, sparking the release of a winter survival guide from Asthma UK.
There’s no one test that can prove whether someone has asthma. Various tests are used, including the peak flow test and spirometry.
People with asthma delaying seeking emergency treatment for potentially life threatening asthma attacks as winter flu peak bites
A snap poll by Asthma UK reveals that 7 out of 10 (71%) respondents have had a potentially life threatening asthma attack in the past 4 weeks which may have required hospital treatment.
Have your noticed your hay fever symptoms are even more irritating than usual? That’s because we’re in ‘peak’ pollen season.
This section has all the information you need on managing your severe asthma, including monitoring symptoms and how to work with healthcare professionals.
If you’ve got severe asthma or you’re in the process of finding out whether or not you have severe asthma, here are lots of tips and ideas for monitoring your symptoms.
If you have asthma and smoke you're really taking a risk. Smoking, or being around other people smoking, can lead to asthma symptoms or even an asthma attack.
90% of people with asthma find that colds and flu make their asthma worse, putting them at an increased risk of a potentially life threatening asthma attack.
With reports of severe cold weather hitting Scotland, it's really important that people with asthma in Scotland understand how to manage their condition.
An asthma review is your chance to talk to your GP or asthma nurse about how you can manage your asthma symptoms better, and make sure you’re taking your inhaler in the best way. Even if you feel
Simple tips to help make travel and holidays easier for people who have severe asthma.
Every year many people in the UK develop asthma because they are exposed to dangerous substances at work. This is called occupational asthma.
Your child’s asthma review is an opportunity to talk to your GP or asthma nurse about how your child is getting on with their asthma.
If you fancy an adventure sport such as scuba diving or skiing, make sure you’re as physically fit as you can be and your asthma is well-controlled.
Sometimes people with asthma find it hard to access the specialist care they need for their asthma. Here we help you make your case for a specialist referral.
Basic asthma care saves lives – are you getting what you should?
Whether you’ve only recently been diagnosed or you’ve had asthma all your life, it’s important to make sure your asthma is well managed as you get older.