We’ve got all the resources you need to make life easier with asthma. Whether you’re a person with asthma, a parent, carer, or healthcare professional, you’ll find the right resources for you on this page. You’ll find our downloadable asthma action plans, resources for adults, resources for children with asthma, […]
Around two-thirds of people with asthma tell us that poor air quality makes their asthma worse, putting them at risk of an asthma attack. We’re campaigning for cleaner air, to reduce the risk of asthma attacks and stop people with asthma having to worry about the air they breathe. Make […]
Make sure you download our free PDF asthma attack recovery plan. It goes through the 4 simple steps you need to follow straight after you’ve had an asthma attack, as well as tips from people who have had an asthma attack themselves. You’ll also find information on what happens at your post-attack review with your GP or asthma nurse, and how […]
53% of people with asthma tell us that tobacco smoke affects their asthma. Whether you’re smoking yourself, or breathing in someone else’s smoke, you’re at risk of asthma symptoms and an asthma attack. If you want to find out how cigarette smoke can trigger your asthma symptoms and how to […]
Fasting, in one form or another, has always been an important and often necessary part of religious life, discipline and experience in every faith. Find out everything you need to know about how safe fasting is and how to manage your asthma.
Experts agree that an asthma review helps you lower your risk of an asthma attack. Find out what happens at an asthma review and get top tips on how to get the best out of your appointment.
If you have to pay for your asthma medicines, the costs can mount up. Find out how you can stay well and save money
You may get asthma symptoms more often if you’re a woman, so what can you do to lower your risk?
Checking your peak flow every day can help you keep an eye on your asthma and could cut your risk of an asthma attack.
Find out why everyone with asthma needs a reliever inhaler, when you should use it, and why it doesn’t take the place of your preventer inhaler.