Love Your Lungs Week

Let’s look after our lungs together this Love Your Lungs Week

This year we're sharing how we've been loving our lungs over the past year and how we will continue to do so.

Living with asthma can be hard. Over the past year, the pandemic has taught us just how important it is to love our lungs.  

You can read stories from people with asthma about how they have learnt to love their lungs, discover how you can manage your lung health better and get involved in our latest campaigns.

Leah Ward lives in Birmingham with her four children, including Lucy, 6, who has asthma. In the last year she’s been campaigning for clean air in Birmingham and urging politicians to go further.

As it’s Love Your Lungs Week, we’re sharing stories of people who have been loving their lungs over the past year, and how they will continue to do so. Lauren was diagnosed with asthma in her early twenties and says that it improved over lockdown.

Take Steps in June and help us be there for everyone with asthma during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.

Make a noise by telling everyone you know on Facebook that it’s Love Your Lungs Week.

Make a noise by telling everyone you know on Facebook that it’s Love Your Lungs Week.

Learn how to love your lungs by checking your risk of an asthma attack.