8 million people (over 12% of the population) have been diagnosed with asthma.
Around 1,200 people a year are recorded as dying from asthma in the UK.
Although low compared with most other lung diseases, this figure is still too high. Given the manageability of asthma, mortality should be closer to zero.
So we need to beat asthma before it beats us!
It’s so important that asthma is diagnosed as soon as possible, it is well managed and there is good awareness about asthma so that we can lower this number drastically and less people have to ‘suffer’ with asthma and It’s just a condition they have that barely affects their lives.
I hope through my page you can find out more about Asthma, what it’s like to live with asthma, not just reading a list on a website – real tips and tricks from an insider. How living with asthma doesn’t have to define who we are, it’s just something we have and the best ways to manage your asthma and deal with your asthma.
I hope to inform you as well as giving my opinion on how I get through living with asthma, what it does to me and how it affects me. Asthma doesn’t have to be something negative, with good management and some sneaky insiders tips you can live your life just like
I encourage people to ask me anything they want to know, but I hope to build this page
more and more with loads of cool information regarding asthma. Stuff nobody tells you usually! Plus I hope following me through my daily struggles and my ups you can get some perspective and hopefully some inspiration. Inspiration to keep on fighting, every day you make it through is a day you have beat asthma.
I hope this space can be open and provide support to those who need it.
As well as helping people understand more about asthma from a personal point of view.
I am not a medical professional and i do not advise anyone to stop taking or change their medication or treatment for their asthma. If you have any concerns please seek advice from a medical professional. If you are concerned about your asthma or your breathing I urge you to seek help asap from a medical professional.
Hopefully, my asthma story and experiences can help others and raise awareness!
I hope my story and my life can make a difference in someone elses. So get in touch, either comment or email via the contact page and I’ll get back to you asap!
Remember, “It doesn’t matter how slowly you go as long as you don’t stop! ”