One of the ways some people with asthma can manage their condition better is through pulmonary rehabilitation (PR). This is a programme of education and exercise that helps to increase people’s awareness of their lungs, their condition and their treatments. There are lots of different parts to PR which include […]
Coming out of Lockdown
If you’re thinking about booking a holiday this summer, there are a few things to think about if you have asthma. Leanne is a Respiratory Nurse Specialist for our Helpline and has some top tips to help you plan a stress-free holiday in the UK. Let us know your thoughts […]
Julie Reynolds, 47, from southwest London has chronic hard-to-control asthma and has been shielding for 12 months. As lockdown restrictions continue to ease she offers her top tips on how to gain confidence and get used to a new routine after lockdown.
With the easing of restrictions, you might be thinking about booking a holiday. If you or a loved one has asthma, it’s important to choose and plan your trip carefully, as this can help you stay well and make the most of your time away. Check out our tips for having a stress-free holiday with asthma, including advice on carrying your asthma medicines. […]
It’s national walking month and with lockdown easing, we thought we’d share some advice to help you get active and feel healthier and happier. If your asthma is stopping you doing the activities you love, you’re not alone. Physical activity can be more challenging when you have asthma. The good […]
With restrictions easing across the UK, watch Dr Andy quick tips video where he shares his advice on what people with asthma should do now. Let us know what you think and if this information was useful in the comments section below.
As restrictions start to ease, doctor’s surgeries and medical appointments are also starting to move towards a new normal. Don’t miss Dr Andy’s new quick tips video where he’ll be sharing what doctor’s surgeries are doing now, and information about appointments.
Now that we’re easing out of lockdown it’s important to ensure you have a written asthma action plan for your child as it can significantly reduce the risk of asthma symptoms and an asthma attack. Our ‘My Asthma Plan’ is an asthma action plan especially for children aged six to […]
Read details of UK government’s roadmap out of lockdown.
In-house GP, Dr Andy, talks about what the changes to the COVID-19 restrictions mean for people with asthma and also provides some tips about hay fever, plus much more.