If you recently had to bring your son or daughter to an urgent care center because of an asthma attack, then you may be wondering what you can do to help manage your child’s condition. Watch this video to learn how these real parents deal with asthma in their kids.
To help control dust, dust mites, and other asthma triggers for her daughter, Mary-Louise removed the carpeting and blinds from her home and replaced them with hardwood floors and shades. Frequently washing sheets and using dust mite covers on pillows are other strategies for managing asthma triggers. Finally, consistency with medication is important for controlling asthma.