Asthma & Anaphylaxis Emergency Articles:
If you, a family member or a friend have asthma or anaphylaxis, it is important that both you and your home are prepared. Be prepared with these three steps. Learn more.
Some food allergies can cause severe and life threatening reactions known as anaphylaxis. Learn about how to deal with an anaphylactic emergency. Learn more.
Anaphylactic shock is the most severe allergic reaction that can rapidly become life threatening if it isn’t treated immediately. Learn more.
Anaphylaxis can quickly become life threatening and as such it is important to know your triggers so you can effectively avoid them. Learn more.
Asthma is a chronic condition of the airways that affects 235 million people worldwide. To learn more about Asthma and it’s symptoms. Learn more.
When a person has asthma, certain “triggers” will cause their symptoms to become worse or even turn into an emergency. Create an action plan. Learn more.
In contrast to childhood asthma, adult onset asthma is more likely to be persistent and permanent rather than intermittent. Learn more.
Being able to recognise the signs and symptoms of an asthma attack onset is crucial to preventing an asthma emergency. Learn more.
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