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Asthma Symptoms, Triggers, & Tips

What are the Symptoms of Asthma?
Some asthma symptoms, like wheezing or struggling to breathe, are hard to miss. But coughing or tiredness can also be due to asthma. Asthma symptoms can range from moderate to severe. Remember, that some children have symptoms often (persistent asthma) while others have symptoms once in a while (intermittent asthma).

Click on image for a handout of more detailed Asthma Symptoms

Asthma Triggers & Tips to Reducing them:

Each child’s asthma triggers are different. Pay attention to what makes your child’s asthma worse. Check off on this form as you identify the triggers that make your child’s symptoms worse. Use the Reducing Asthma Triggers guide to help prevent Asthma.

Click on image for a Asthma Triggers Checklist and a handout of tips to Reducing Asthma Triggers

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Useful Links

www.glendaleadventist.com

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www.verdugohillshospital.org

(Verdugo Urgent Care) vhma.com

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