Asthma presents challenges to daily living for asthma sufferers. Over 25 million people in the United States have asthma, and half had an attack last year according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). You can help control asthma attacks by working with your doctor, avoiding asthma triggers, and taking your asthma medications properly. Learn more about asthma management by visiting the CDC’s Asthma Treatment and Management page.
Jay Harold has seen the problems Asthma causes for its sufferers. The difficulty in using and maintaining nebulizers can be a trying experience. The lack of understanding of what Asthma sufferers are going through is a major problem. Asthma sufferers should learn more about the CDC’s National Asthma Control Program.
CDC’s National Asthma Control Program helps Americans with asthma achieve better health and improved quality of life. The program funds state entities, school programs, and non-government organizations to help them improve surveillance of asthma, train health professionals, educate individuals with asthma and their families, and explain asthma to the public.