Many people with asthma find that their symptoms worsen at night. If you're one of these people, it's essential to get your asthma under control, as a lack of sleep can drastically affect your quality of life.
Going on vacation can be one of the best ways to relax and unwind, but when you live with asthma, you have a little more to think about than just the destination.
It is every parent's nightmare — you wake up in the middle of the night to the sound of your child struggling to breathe and terrified.
At AireHealth, we believed that knowledge is power, and that informed patients, are empowered patients. This week we're tackling 5 of the most commonly asked questions regarding asthma — so that you can feel confident in your asthma care.
The most important aspect of living with asthma is ensuring that it is successfully managed with a comprehensive respiratory care plan. This includes periodically assessing your care plan with your doctor to ensure it's still as effective as it can be.
It's officially back to school season, and this means that in combination with the month of September, we're also in the midst of the "September Spike." Keep reading for some tips on how to stay ahead in the month of September.
If you're looking for some asthma-friendly exercises, keep reading for a list of sports and activities that everyone can enjoy.
An average of 1 out of every 12 school-aged children has asthma. In our mission to increase awareness and the importance of well-managed asthma, we're going to debunk three common asthma myths!
Did you know what type of asthma you have? It's essential to understand which type of asthma you have, because if you know your triggers, you can find the most effective treatment for you.
Wheezing is commonly associated as a childhood symptom, but wheezing affects up to 13% of adults in the U.S. over the age of 65. Here’s what you need to know about living with asthma in your older years.
If you have asthma, COPD, or another lung disease, and your doctor has recently prescribed you a nebulizer, you might be wondering how to use it effectively. In this guide we give you step by step instructions to help you get the most out of your nebulizer.
A nebulizer is often a lifechanging piece of medical equipment for people living with respiratory conditions. A practical and reliable drug delivery method, nebulizers deliver the same types of medicine as pocket-sized metered-dose inhalers.
Nebulizers and inhalers are both designed to deliver medication, but which device is best? This week we're looking at the differences between nebulizers and inhalers and how each one might benefit a wheezy child.
At AireHealth, we are parents, patients, and caregivers. This means we are genuinely passionate about improving respiratory care for millions of people throughout the U.S. This week we want to you know that you're not alone.
If your child has been diagnosed with wheezing or another respiratory illness, you probably have a lot of questions about their treatment options. This week we are answering some commonly asked questions about nebulizers — and what it means to be prescribed one while under Medicare.
It's back to school season! If you're the parent of a wheezy child, here are some tips to make sure your child's classroom is as safe as your own home!
If the worst happens and your child has an asthma attack, it is crucial that you act quickly and stay calm. Here is some useful information about what to do if you find yourself in an emergency situation with asthma.
An asthma action plan is an individualized plan that you can create alongside your child’s pediatrician. A personalized plan enables you to be more proactive with your children’s healthcare.
One of the best ways to ensure your child’s safety while at summer camp, is to effectively communicate with the camp staff about their condition, such as what their wheezing triggers are, and how to manage them.
This time of year is the perfect opportunity to make your home more asthma and allergen friendly. After all, it’s the place where you and your family spend the most time!
As part of our ongoing efforts to help everyone #LiveAireHealthy, we want to share with you some tips for dealing with respiratory illness during the hot, humid summer months!
Parents of wheezy kids face different challenges when traveling, but that doesn’t mean it has to put a dampener on summer.
The main differences between an inhaler and a nebulizer are that a nebulizer needs little patient co-operation and is designed to place medication directly into the lung.
May is National Allergy & Asthma Awareness Month – What Are You Doing To Spread The Word?