If your persistent asthma is under control, you are not experiencing flares or attacks on a daily or even weekly basis. However, don't wait until your next asthma attack to think about gaining control. Because inflammation plays such an important role in asthma, treatment for most people with asthma includes taking medicine every day to reduce and control it. If inflammation is not treated consistently, each time your airways are exposed to asthma triggers, inflammation increases and you may have symptoms. That is why it's important to manage persistent asthma on a daily basis.
Check out these smart asthma tips and asthma tools to help manage asthma symptoms in everyday situations.