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.
Coming out of Lockdown
Dr Andy, our in-house GP, explains why air pollution may trigger asthma symptoms and what you can do to help reduce the risk of this happening. Read Dr Andy’s latest blog. Read more…
Use our handy guide which is packed with lots of information to help you stay symptom-free!
From 12 April in England, this includes:
non-essential retail shops reopening
outdoor attractions and settings, such as zoos and theme parks, reopening
pubs and restaurants allowed to serve groups of up to 6 people outdoors
For the full set of changes for England, visit the government website.
As the UK eases itself out of lockdown, April will see a few things starting to open up. Activities outdoors are safer than those indoors. And remember, it’s important to continue following the rules for your area, whether or not you’ve had your vaccine.
For more information visit our health advice pages.
Download our asthma action plans which are available for children and adults. Fill them in with your GP or asthma nurse. They list which medicines you need to stay well, what to do if your asthma gets worse, and what to do if you have an asthma attack.