welcome to wehale.life. This website provides information and editorials about asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) for patients.
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We take a look at what’s happening in your body during asthma attack, what triggers it and the immediate actions you should take.
Studies show that exercise can help people with COPD. The key is to go slow and steady.
Work through this checklist to see if it’s time you visited your healthcare provider.
A thorough clean can eliminate allergens. Read on to learn how to make cleaning safe and asthma-free.
Read these tips on the correct use of your device and the best way to clean, store and look after it.
Spring can be a difficult time for people living with asthma and COPD. Read these 5 tips on improving your well-being during Spring.
If you feel a flare-up in your asthma symptoms, it's important to stay calm and positive.
There are a few features to look for while working with your medical provider to find the right type of inhaler.
Read these four practical steps which help you deal with night-time symptoms.
While it has been unclear which comes first – if obesity leads to asthma or if asthma leads to weight gain – recent studies have shown that both are possible.
The right medication manages your symptoms and helps you to get back to doing the things you enjoy.
Smoke, perfumes, pollen, emotions – many things may trigger an asthma attack in sensitive lungs.
A peak expiratory flow tells gives an overview of the wellbeing of your lungs. Read more and download a PEF diary template.