Uncontrolled asthma symptoms can slowly creep their way into your daily routine until they become ‘normal’ and you don’t notice them. You may not even realise that your asthma is uncontrolled. Living with asthma can be a challenge, but it’s important not to let it affect how you live your life.
Rethink your normal is a collection of experiences and advice on how to live your life to its full potential with asthma. By learning if asthma is affecting your day-to-day life in ways you didn’t realise, you can start to make positive changes.
If you have asthma, do you need to rethink what your normal is today?
Whether you have to juggle family and work or you’ve recently received bad news, dealing with the challenges of everyday life can take its toll. But if you’re living with asthma, the stress and anxiety this causes can be a trigger for your symptoms.
What does control over your asthma mean to you? GSK, Global Medical Expert and respiratory physician Dr Neil Martin says challenging your management of your condition is an important step to taking control and living the life you want.
Avoiding exercise? If you’re looking after your asthma well, regular physical activity can actually help improve asthma symptoms. Learn how to increase your activity level in a way that’s right for you.