Get your Asthma under Control & Live your Life #30SecondAsthmaTest

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of a Canadian leading research based pharmaceutical company. All opinions are 100% mine.

After taking the 30 Second Asthma Test a couple weeks back , I have been paying close attention to myself. I am finding I am more aware of any changes in my breathing and am now waiting on an appointment to meet with my doctor to discuss. Having lived with asthma for most of my life it would be nice to have it completely under control, especially with summer here and us being outdoors more. 

If you have not yet, head over and take the 30 Second Asthma Test for yourself. The test is easy and will help you better understand your symptoms while allowing you to open the conversation with your doctor. 

Asthma is a fairly common health condition for many people. At times it is hard to fully understand the symptoms and what these symptoms mean in terms of level of asthma control. Asthmatics tend to overestimate the level of asthma control that they experience and downplay the level of their symptoms. Breathing better than your worst day is a good day for many.  

Did you know that in a recent study, 92% of asthma sufferers believed their asthma was controlled? In reality 46% did not meet experts’ standards for asthma control. Often they hesitate to seek help from their healthcare professionals as they tend to accept these bothersome symptoms as a part of aging or other conditions and may not be aware that poor asthma control can be modified. Not being able to breath is stressful, we all need asthma relief! Take the test now if you have not. The Asthma test is geared towards adults (18+) 

It will be great to have this under control and live our lives to the fullest! 

Are your symptoms under control? Did you take the test?

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  1. My brother had terrible asthma when he was younger. He is much better now that he doesn’t smoke (yeah I know). I have asthma too, but it is not severe. Thanks for the info I will share with a friend of mine who suffers really bad.

  2. My nephew has asthma so I’ll have to pass this info along to him. He seems to be doing much better these days but it never hurts to evaluate where you are at for real. 🙂

  3. I dated a boy in high school with terrible asthma and he did practically nothing to help himself, either. It was so hard for him and all he had to do was see a doctor.

  4. I don’t have asthma, but I have a friend who has it. He’s been taking medicine, but he still has problems.

  5. I have a friend with asthma, and she had a terrible time for years. It’s more under control now, but I’m still going to send this to her.

  6. I’ve never had asthma but my son had it until his teens. It’s really important to get it under control!

  7. I used to really struggle with my asthma when I was younger but it has gotten better. After doing this test though it isn’t as good as I thought!

  8. My entire family has asthma, luckily mine has been well controlled since I was a child. My husband and child probably wouldn’t do so well on this test, gonna check it out.

  9. I don’t have asthma, but I know many that do. I know they need to really know how to keep it controlled too. Anything can really set it off. I’m going to share this with them so they can take the test.

  10. I have never heard of this test before. My Sister grew up with terrible childhood Asthma. It is much better now.

  11. Stacie Vaughan says

    I will have to try this test. I have a friend that has to rely on medicine to control her Asthma.

  12. My husband used to have lots of Asthma problems. So glad his is under control!

  13. Our allergies kick asthma right into full gear. The whole family is on breathing treatments.

  14. This test is a good idea because it gives people a sense of understanding and control. It is also good that it will help people have better conversations with their doctors.

  15. I know so many people with asthma and it sucks! They have to rely on inhalers to survive attacks!

  16. I’ve had friends with bad asthma. It’s not a fun thing to have.

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