Home > Medical > Asthma > Manage your asthma Manage your asthma All sections in Asthma » Asthma Basics » Asthma News » Asthma Overview » Asthma and Children » Asthma and Exercise » Asthma Treatment » FAQs » Health Tips » Manage Your Asthma » How Severe is your Asthma » Living with Asthma » My Asthma Story Learn how to manage your asthma this International Asthma Day World Asthma Day celebrated today (5 May) sheds light on treatment and implementing it, as many patients don't always have access to potential life-saving care. Is that mould in your home toxic? ‘Toxic mould’ has, on a number of occasions, been the subject of chain mails and internet hoaxes. Plus, it’s been blamed for a couple of deaths. But how dangerous is mould really? Vitamin D supplements may improve asthma symptoms Vitamin D supplements, in addition to regular inhalers, may help asthma sufferers breathe a little easier. Test Is your asthma under control? » Like Health24 on Facebook » Celebrities with asthma World's Most Famous TB Patients Asthma control reaches a new level of affordability Pharma Dynamics, South Africa’s leading supplier of cardiovascular medicine is pleased to announce the launch of SINTAIR tablets, effective therapy for asthma in children aged 2 years and older. Practical advice for asthma sufferers (and their parents) We share 11 practical tips on how to manage asthma better. Asmalyers vertel Asma neem oral ter wêreld toe, in voorkoms en in dodelikheid. Maar selfs al ly jou kind ernstig aan asma, verhinder niks julle om gewoonweg met jul lewe aan te gaan nie– mits julle die regte behandeling kry. Asthma graphics This interactive guide will help you understand more about asthma, what happens if you have an attack, and how to treat it. Pleasant and unpleasant asthma triggers What brings on an asthma attack and what makes it worse? Certain triggers are nice, while others are not-so-nice. Your 10-point action plan to manage asthma With careful management you can keep your asthma under control. The key is to identify what triggers your attacks and, where possible, to remove them from your life. Asthma triggers House-dust mites, cockroaches, pollens and outdoor moulds, tobacco smoke and indoor pollens are common asthma triggers. What action can you take to avoid these triggers? load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Is your baby dehydrated? How to tell. Taking charge of your health Man, take care of your health!