Living With Asthma

Daily Life Living with Asthma

Daily life living with Asthma can be very difficult if you do not follow the plan that you’re medical practice and nurse give you. This can be by your breathing being very laboured; it makes even simple tasks very difficult. And causes the feelings of fighting for breathe. Your heart feels like it is going to burst through your chest and panic sets in. All of this can be remedied or at the very least controlled.

The Daily Plan

You take your inhaler three or four times a day and that will help you to keep it under control, then of course you have your emergency alleviator that gives instant relief from a severe attack of breathlessness. Some people have to take their inhaler through a thing called a spacer, this is especially good for children as well as it gives the child chance to breath a couple of times instead of trying to take their inhaler in one go.


Medication used in the treatment of Asthma is usually in the form of Corticosteroids and Beta2 Agonists. In the form of steroid inhalers.

Aim and Asthma Plans

The aim of asthma plans is to give to the sufferer the best possible way of life. This includes the ability to carry out daily living as usual such as work or school, exercise, and also to help with the wheeziness and interrupted sleep due to excessive coughing.
Also to try to prevent acute attacks therefore removing the need to go to casualty to get the asthma back in order.

Causes of Asthma

The main causes of Asthma can be attributed to certain things that can cause a reaction with Asthma, These include hereditary, which will make you more likely to develop a chronic Asthma, Allergies, dust mites and some animal fur and cigarette smoke. But there is no know main cause.

Helpful Hints

You can buy both mattress and pillow protectors that will take away the threat of dust mites in the bed, thus giving you a better chance of a good nights sleep. Keeping your medication going, visit your asthma clinic regularly to make sure your asthma is being kept in control. Exercise as much as you can, and some breathing exercises might help to give relief from the effects of asthma.
Asthma Attack Symptoms.

Although with asthma you can suffer sometimes more than others, when an asthma attack happens there are certain symptoms to look for these include.
A worsening wheeziness, difficulty breathing in and out, pain in your chest or back, Incessant coughing fit, difficulty talking because of lack of breath, blue lips or fingernails, looking pale and sweaty, and you have taken your emergency medication and it does not alleviate the symptoms.

Then you know it is time to get emergency help, you may only have some of the symptoms listed but you should still get medical help.

Controlled Asthma

If your Asthma is well in control there is no reason why you should not be able to carry on life, as you knew it before suffering with Asthma.