Asthma is a common lung condition that causes occasional breathing difficulties. It’s estimated that 300 million people worldwide suffer from asthma. This section covers everything you will need to know about the condition, how it can be diagnosed and the steps you can take to treat your asthma.
It is common for people with asthma to find coughing, wheezing and breathlessness can wake them up at night. But what causes asthma to flare up at night? Why asthma can wake you up at night If you haven't got your asthma under control, you’re more likely...read more
Asthma symptoms can vary from person to person but what are the signs you have asthma? You may not experience asthma attacks often, or maybe your symptoms flare up at certain times or you may have symptoms all the time. Asthma signs and...read more
There are lots of treatments available to help you with your asthma. How asthma is treated can vary based on age and lifestyle factors. Different treatment pathways are recommended for adults (aged 17 and over), for children aged 5-16, and for...read more
What Causes Asthma? It isn’t clear why some people develop asthma and others don’t. There are a variety of environmental and genetic (inherited) factors that play a role in you developing the condition. Asthma triggers Some common asthma triggers are; Exposure to...read more
What is asthma? Asthma is a common lung condition that causes occasional breathing difficulties. It’s estimated that 300 million people worldwide suffer from it. It is a chronic lung condition characterised by recurrent breathing problems. Sufferers experience...read more