Help for your asthma
Better-controlled asthma is possible. To start, take just a minute to complete a quick Asthma Control TestTM or Childhood Asthma Control Test. Next, see your doctor with the results to make an Asthma Action Plan.
Are you in control?
Could it be that your asthma symptoms are uncontrolled but you just don’t know it? Use the Asthma Control TestTM or Childhood Asthma Control Test to find out.
These quick tests only take a minute or so to complete, and they can help you start controlling asthma better. After you take the test, talk about it with your doctor about what can be done to keep your asthma well-controlled.
As your asthma may change over time, take this test periodically to keep track of how you’re doing.
Asthma Control TestTM (For ages 12 and above)
Childhood Asthma Control Test (For ages 4 to 11)
Do you have a plan?
You can reach the best asthma control possible by making a personalised Asthma Action Plan together with your doctor. This is a written plan that your doctor fills out with instructions for your asthma medication, monitoring and management.
Once you have your Asthma Action Plan, keep a copy with you at all times and review it regularly with your doctor. It’s also a good idea to let your friends, family and colleagues know about it so that they can refer to it when necessary or in case of emergency.
For children, copies of their Asthma Action Plan should be given to every caregiver that spends time with them.
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