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About Asthma
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Taking Control
Preventing the September Asthma Peak
Prévenir le Pic d'Asthme de Septembre
Infants and Children
How Do You Feel Today?
How To Monitor Your Asthma
Asthma Action Plan
Lifestyle
Resources & Support
Taking Control

How Do You Feel Today?

This quick and easy quiz will show you how well you're managing your asthma. Take it whenever you need an update, and print out your results and take them to your next appointment with your family doctor or asthma educator.

First, Tell Us About Yourself
How long have you had asthma? (Select one)
I have just been diagnosed
I was diagnosed within the last five years
I was diagnosed five or more years ago
Is this your first visit to the ASC site? Yes No

Next, Tell Us About Your Asthma
Do you experience asthma symptoms (i.e., coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, etc.) more than four days a week? Yes No
Do you wake up because of asthma symptoms (i.e., coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, etc.) one or more nights a week? Yes No
Does your asthma prevent you from exercising or performing other physical activities? Yes No
Have you ever had to miss work or school because of asthma? Yes No
Do you take your reliever bronchodilator more than four times a week? Yes No
Are your peak flow readings or breathing test results outside normal levels as specified by your doctor? Yes No
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Now, Tell Us About How Your Asthma Varies
In the last year, have you gone to the emergency room or made an unscheduled visit to your doctor because of an asthma episode? Yes No
Does your asthma get worse when you have a respiratory tract infection (that is, a cold or the flu)? Yes No
Does your asthma get worse at certain times of the year (spring, summer, fall or winter)? Yes No






Do You Have an Action Plan?

Creating one is easy. Just print out this step-by-step guide and take it to your next appointment with your doctor or asthma educator.

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For specific information treatment and management your asthma and/or potential side effects of medications and
treatment, please consult your physician.