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Learn how to identify signs and symptoms, make a diagnosis, use inhalers, and control asthma from a pulmonologist.
Do you or someone you care about have asthma symptoms such as wheezing, chronic coughing, chest tightness, or shortness of breath? Have you ever used an inhaler desperately during an asthma attack and yet felt like you couldn't breathe?
If so, you are aware of how frightening and restricting this chronic lung disease may be. But what if I told you that you could control your asthma and live your life to the fullest with the correct knowledge and management?
This is exactly what this course for asthma patients and the public will teach you. Over a series of in-depth sessions, you'll obtain a thorough grasp of asthma, its symptoms and diagnosis, the various drugs and proper inhaler technique, practical strategies for averting triggers and controlling your environment., how to deal with asthma episodes, and much more.
Through a tailored action plan, we will ensure that you completely understand your illness and are confident in your capacity to manage it effectively in the long run.
Here's a glimpse of what you'll learn:
- The root causes of asthma, as well as what happens within your lungs during asthma attacks and trigger events
- How to recognize asthma symptoms and when to seek medical attention
- The many drugs available, including pills, inhalers, and nebulizers, as well as how to use them correctly.
- Suggestions for avoiding known triggers at home, work, or in the outdoors
- The significance of peak flow monitoring and maintaining an asthma diary
- When to seek immediate medical attention for severe attacks
This course has been designed for anyone interested in learning more about asthma, whether they have been diagnosed with asthma or are simply curious about this common respiratory condition. This course seeks to educate and empower you about all elements of asthma, whether you need help understanding your own asthma or want to know how to support a loved one with the condition.