Is asthma affecting your sleep and keeping you awake at night?
04
March

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , /


We hear from a lot of people on our helpline and on social media that asthma does interrupt their sleep on a regular basis. As a healthcare professional, I know that unfortunately this means that your asthma is not quite as well-controlled as it can be. It’s worth making an appointment with your GP or your practice nurse to see what we can do to help relieve those symptoms and actually improve your quality of sleep.


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