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Your doctor and asthma educator can do a lot to help you control your asthma symptoms. But there's also a lot you can do on your own.

By following your doctor and asthma educator's advice, and by avoiding your personal triggers, you can take control of your asthma and its symptoms. Much of asthma management is a matter of simple lifestyle modification.

In this area, you'll find useful tips to help you manage asthma in your daily life. Soon, you'll be feeling better - and feeling healthier too!

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Do You Know Your Triggers?

Learn what things can cause asthma symptoms - and how you can avoid them. Plus, find out why, despite what you might think, you could be more affected by indoor triggers than outdoor triggers. For more information, read the Asthma Basics Booklet #2: Triggers

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