Asthma: Lifestyle Management

Reviewed by David Tinkelman, MD

How does asthma affect your day-to-day activities? Learn some great tools to help you take control and manage your asthma every day.

 

General Tools for Managing Asthma

There are some general tools to help manage your asthma, including an asthma action plan and a peak flow meter. Learn more about general asthma tools.

 

Nutrition Management for Asthma

Good nutrition is important for people with asthma, so you should know how to avoid foods that trigger asthma symptoms. Learn more about nutrition management for asthma.

 

Exercise and Asthma

Exercise can cause asthma symptoms in some people; however, that does not mean these people have to avoid their favorite activities. Learn more about exercise-induced asthma.

 

Environmental Management for Asthma

Things in your immediate environment, such as tobacco smoke, air pollution, pets, and even the air inside your home can affect your asthma. Learn more about environmental management for asthma.

 

Asthma in the Fall

Autumn is a time for increased exposure to things that can aggravate asthma, but there are ways to cope. Learn more about asthma in the fall.

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