For people living with asthma, tracking peak flow readings and asthma flare-ups can help with management of asthma and the reduction of the number and severity of asthma attacks. With MedHelp's free Peak Flow Chart, you can Chart daily peak flow readings to alert you to changes in your lung function, usage of inhalers and other treatments, symptoms associated with asthma and triggers of asthma or wheezing attacks. With this asthma chart, you can also keep a journal detailing the asthma flare-ups and share all this information with your doctors so they can understand how you are responding to treatment at home.
Asthma Chart Benefits
Track and keep a historical chart of your peak flow readings.
Chart how many puffs of an inhaler are taken daily.
Track symptoms and side effects associated with asthma, including wheezing, cough, rapid pulse and sweating.
Track asthma related medications and treatments, including short- and long-term bronchodilators, inhaled steroids, corticosteroids, and leukotriene inhibitors.
Keep a diary or journal of daily events and triggers of asthma flare-ups.
Join an asthma support community and find other members like you.
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