What Parents Need to Know about Asthma
How much do you know about asthma? Would you know what to do for your child should he or she have an asthma attack? Would you know what the triggers were or how to avoid them?
An asthma attack can be a very scary situation, but thanks to FilterBuy, there is this very useful infographic for parents to use. It covers what parents need to know about asthma, including why it happens, how to avoid triggers, how to manage attacks, and how to help your child stay healthy.
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This is such important information for parents, caregivers, and teachers to keep on hand. Make sure you share with anyone who would benefit from knowing what is important to know about childhood asthma!
Did this cover everything parents need to know about asthma in children? Did it leave anything out? Do you have any personal stories that would help other parents? Leave a comment below!
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john hutchens says
great asthma information, thank you
Kristin K says
Asthma is definitely something I know a lot about!!! I have it! And, my sister had it really bad when she was younger. Many emergency room visits…until we found the allergies that triggered it! Pretty much most everything was a trigger…no matter how clean, disinfected, or vacuumed it was!!!
Kristin K says
Asthma is almost always brought on by allergies! I, myself, have to use puffers every day to breathe properly. I’m allergic to everything outside! Trees, grass, pollen, ragweed, mold, mildew, dust, etc.