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In early March, 2014, award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth announced publicly that she’s been suffering from asthma for more than 10 years, but wasn’t correctly diagnosed until a few years ago. In light of her diagnosis, Chenoweth has partnered with the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) to raise awareness about the seriousness of asthma.
With spring right around the corner, Chenoweth’s announcement is an important reminder that asthma sufferers need to arm themselves with strategies to reduce their exposure to seasonal triggers that can make their allergies and asthma symptoms worse.
The following tips were developed by Robin Wilson, an ambassador for AAFA, to help asthma sufferers learn how to prevent an asthma attack (or reduce the severity):
Currently, actress Kristin Chenoweth is spokesperson for Know Your Count, a national awareness campaign that aims to raise awareness about the seriousness of asthma and educate patients about the importance of keeping track of the remaining doses in their asthma inhalers. For more information about asthma or to learn more about Kristen’s story, visit the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
Author: Deborah Leader RN, BSN, PHN