Did You Know.
is a serious respiratory disease that affects over 20
asthma triggers include second-hand smoke, dust mites,
mold, pests, and household pets (cats and dogs).
- If diagnosed with asthma, there are two types of
medication: long term controllers and quick relievers.
- To help reduce your chances of having an
asthma attack, try to identify and minimize contact with
- If you have a child with asthma, make sure they know
what triggers an attack and are able to measure and react if
their asthma is worsening.
Take the “Rules of Two®” * quiz:
- Do you take your quick-relief inhaler more than TWO
times per week?
- Do you awaken at night with asthma more than TWO times
- Do you refill your quick-relief inhaler more than TWO
times per year?
If you answer YES to any of the above questions, your
asthma may not be as well-controlled as it could be.
Talk with your health care professional about your responses
to these questions.
* Rules of Two® is a trademark of Baylor Health Care System