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Every 10 seconds someone has a potentially life-threatening attack. Our aim is to stop asthma attacks and cure asthma. Monitored Mon-Fri 9-5
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Asthma UK 4h
Getting to know who your first-aiders are and keeping a written asthma action plan at work are two top tips for managing on the job - what are some of your other tips?
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Asthma UK Jul 21
Some people may need to wait several years for an diagnosis for their child. Take a look at our expert online guide on diagnosis for more advice:
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Asthma UK Jul 20
Many people tell us that mindfulness, meditation and even yoga have benefited their asthma symptoms. 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♂️Have you tried any of these out? Tell us about it! Read more about complementary therapies:
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Asthma UK Jul 19
"I visit the community several times a week to read what other people are going through, post questions, and comment on other people’s posts to offer them my advice or experience.” Our forum is a great place for people with asthma to connect & share tips
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Asthma UK Jul 19
It’s easy for routines to slip when the school holidays start. But sticking to your child’s asthma routines over the summer is the best way to cut their risk of an asthma attack. Get your top tips here:
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Asthma UK Jul 19
Do you sometimes struggle to remember to take your medication as prescribed? One helpful thing to do would be to set a reminder on your phone. Here are seven clever ways to remember your medicines each day ⏰ Take a look:
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Asthma UK Jul 18
Morning! Could you spare 5 minutes to take our Annual Asthma Survey? We want to hear about your asthma experiences! Your answers will help us make sure everyone gets the asthma care they deserve. Take the survey here:
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Asthma UK Jul 18
Blue badge holder Fiona who has a form of asthma so severe it could be triggered by laughing returned to her car to find an angry note for parking in a disabled bay. Have you ever been discriminated against because of your asthma?
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Asthma UK Jul 18
Wellies ✅ Sleeping bag ✅ Face paints ✅ Reliever inhaler & action plan ✅ It's festival season! What are your must-have items? How do you keep well when you're having summer fun? 🎤🏕️
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Asthma UK Jul 18
Do you work with ? Do you think the prescription charges system should be reviewed? Tell us what you think in our quick survey
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Asthma UK Jul 17
We know that it can be really worrying to receive an diagnosis as an adult. What are the next steps you can take to stay well? Specialist nurse Suzanne explains:
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Asthma UK Jul 17
Great article in p34 on the positive impact weight loss can have on your asthma! Read more about how your asthma symptoms are likely to improve if you lose weight👇
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Asthma UK Jul 17
We believe that more understanding about the impact of neuro-immunology on asthma is a vital area for researchers to explore. Here’s why:
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Asthma UK Jul 17
🚨Time for some myth-busting! 📢 MYTH: Only kids use spacers TRUTH: Everyone should use spacers as they help get more medicine into your lungs! Learn more about spacers:
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Asthma UK Jul 17
What causes asthma? 🐈🐕🌸🌲🌳🏭⚡🚬🌞❄ 🔜😵😢😷 🤒🏥 ! What can we offer to help? 📞📱👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️👩‍💻 👩‍🔬👨‍🔬🔬🔜💉💊 = 🚫🤧😥😷🤒🏥 🔜 😃😃😃😃 But we can't do it alone! Help us to stop asthma attacks and cure asthma:
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Asthma UK Jul 17
Asthma UK is leading the way in supporting younger people with through technology by providing a nurse advice through WhatsApp. If anyone needs advice & support you can contact our specialist nurses through WhatsApp on 07378 606 728.
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Asthma UK Jul 16
Fantastic news! Today, Government has committed to introducing World Health Organization standards on air which will help protect people with asthma from toxic air. We hope the next PM upholds this pledge
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Asthma UK Jul 16
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Cut your risk of an attack triggered by with our tips:
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Asthma UK Jul 16
Pollen is *high* today! Hay fever causes inflammation in the lining of the nose and makes your nose more sensitive to irritants in the air. Do you find cigarette smoke, perfume and aerosol sprays like deodorant and hair spray make your hay fever worse?
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Asthma UK Jul 16
The is just around the corner. Do you fancy a go at this iconic event? Help us stop asthma attacks and cure asthma by registering today . We only have a couple of spaces left so don’t miss out! 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️
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