Self-managing asthma day to day is important to breathe well, stay active, and keep asthma symptoms at bay. Discover the role diet and exercise play in controlling asthma symptoms, and learn how stress and anxiety may trigger an asthma attack.
While there's no asthma diet, there are guidelines for eating well with asthma.
Discover which forms of exercise are best for people with asthma and how to control asthma while exercising.
Living with asthma isn't easy, but there are ways to decrease your stress and find support.
A doctor can help you create an asthma action plan, which lays out the symptoms you should watch for and steps to take to get your child’s breathing under control.
Keeping an asthma diary will help you recognize asthma attacks and head them off. Learn more about this asthma management technique.
Stress is a common asthma trigger, causing you to feel anxious and short of breath. Learn how to manage stress so you can reduce your asthma symptoms.
Smoke is a powerful trigger of asthma symptoms. Even secondhand smoke is associated with an increase in bronchitis, sinusitis, and asthma.
If your child has asthma, it's important that their school knows how to recognize and treat symptoms. Here’s how to put together an asthma action plan to make sure your child is safe at school.
Just because you have asthma doesn't mean that you can't have a healthy pregnancy. But you have to keep your asthma in control.