Asthma control often begins with knowing asthma triggers. The most common type of asthma, according to WebMD, is “allergic asthma,” which is when an allergen
causes the immune system to overreact and affect the lungs and airways. ScienceDaily reports that asthma is the
most common chronic illness in children worldwide; the number of people who suffer from the disease has doubled within the last 10 years.
Many parents of asthmatic children practice asthma control by knowing the allergy triggers that lead to distressed breathing and reducing exposure to them.
One more tool that may help reduce allergy/asthma symptoms in ...
The American Lung Association reports that asthma is the top reason for missed school days. In 2008, an estimated 14.4 million children in the United
States experienced a school absence because of their asthma symptoms, according to the Centers for Disease Control. One of the best ways teachers, parents and
caregivers can help children control their allergy/asthma symptom is to become familiar with asthma education resources and put the tips into practice.
Teachers and School Personnel
School personnel can help address asthma management by providing asthma
resources and education; tailoring school health services to incorporate the needs of ...