My Asthma Story: From First Attack to Getting My Life On Track


Asthma attack stories are all the same, and they’re all different.  You never forget the first time you struggle to breathe, no matter how old you are when it happens. We all have different triggers and different stories, but we all share that same fear. And we all share the frustration of having medicine that … Read more

Best Rowing Machines Guide: 2019 Reviews

woman using a rowing machine

Did you know that poor respiratory and cardiovascular health is closely linked to the symptoms of asthma? It’s true, which makes improving your respiratory and cardiovascular health a top priority for people like me. Did also you know that indoor rowing is one of the most effective exercises to improve cardiovascular and respiratory health? It … Read more

Side Effects of Albuterol: How To Avoid Them

If you’re like me, you know the side effects of albuterol (also called ventolin) all too well. That’s because if you’re like me, you’ve probably gone through long periods of time using your asthma rescue inhaler incorrectly. In fact, some research shows that anywhere from 60-70% of all asthmatics do not take their rescue inhalers … Read more

Breathe Better: 7 Tips To Drink More Water


It might sound too good to be true, but one of the easiest things you can do to help manage your asthma symptoms is to drink more water. For asthmatics, staying properly hydrated can be the difference between phlegmy congestion and clear, effortless breathing. In fact, drinking more water was one of the first things … Read more

Asthma Attacks: What To Do


All of us asthmatics have been there, with an impending asthma attack and wondering what to do. Everything is normal and then suddenly you feel a slight constriction in your throat or perhaps a dry phlegm that’s hard to pass. It’s the tell tale sign of an impending asthma attack. When this happens, some asthmatics … Read more

Can Asthma Be Cured?

If you have asthma like I do, you’ve probably asked yourself, ‘can asthma be cured?’ No one wants to be dependent on expensive preventative asthma inhalers like flovent or advair, etc. Or even worse—dependent on nasty rescue inhalers like ventolin or albuterol. The good news though is that you can absolutely get rid of 99% … Read more