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Asthma Attack eGuide

Take Control in 36 Easy Steps

Do you have a plan in place for the next time you or your child has an asthma attack?

The Expert Panel Report 3 (EPR-3) of the National Asthma Education & Prevention Program (NAEPP) recommends that all asthmatics have a written asthma action plan in place and that the lack of a plan is considered one of the risk factors for death from asthma. This guide will give you the information & tools necessary to establish an effective plan with your healthcare provider to take control.

Asthma Attack eGuide is an easy-to-read guide for the anxious parents of an asthmatic or asthma sufferers themselves. It lays the foundation for a written action plan by providing the necessary education one must have to self-assess symptoms and take the necessary steps to safely treat symptoms before they get out of hand. Then it gives you a basic action plan to further develop with your doctor. For safety, any treatment for asthma should always be approved by your doctor or healthcare provider.

Countless scientific studies demonstrate that by having the proper education, and by following the recommended guidelines provided within this eguide under the supervision of your doctor, you will:

1. Decrease and possibly eliminate frightening ER visits.
2. Decrease the frequency & severity of attacks.
3. Save money: Your medication will be more effective so you may use less and buy less. Moreover, your doctor and ER visits associated with asthma attacks should drop, thereby possibly lowering your medical bills.

You owe it to yourself or your child to have the proper education and tools necessary to self-manage an attack in the safest manner possible.

Please get this very important information today.

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