After a good few days feeling totally down in the dumps, sorry for myself and thinking the light that was at the end of the tunnel had totally gone out I am feeling more confident and the light is coming back and I don't think all the hard work I have put in get better… Continue reading Back feeling confident
I done a lot of blogging recently but it is because I feel things that have been happening are important to understand what it is really like living with difficult to control (brittle) asthma. Last week I have had such a good week and been on a high with the amount I can do and… Continue reading Brittle Asthma is brittle for a reason.
Last night I tried indoor rock climbing for the first time. Well rock climbing of any sort. I have never tried anything like it but it was great fun. I was a bit nervous about it and worried it would be something that yet again I would do a bit of and then have to… Continue reading Trying new things- rock climbing!
Myself and Karen (Captain at Craigmillar Park Golf Club) want to thank all those who participated, volunteered, donated prizes, and helped make the day such a great success. A huge amount of money was raised and it was way above our target but the money everyone donated and help raise will go towards ground breaking… Continue reading A big thank you from myself and Karen
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For the last year or so I have had this dark shadow cast over me that is weighted down and I have not been able to shake it off. However tomorrow is a day that it will finally be off my shoulders and I can relax again. Part of that was lifted on Friday but… Continue reading A massive weight off my shoulders!
I spoke too soon. I wonder if I tempted fate by getting excited about the recent success of my oral steroid reduction. I felt not too bad after the first few days after I reduced but I then started to feel not great. I can't put my finger on what it was exactly but I… Continue reading Spoke too soon!
For any asthmatic or any person who needs to be seen in a clinic or Drs surgery they will more often than not be requested to do some kind of breathing test. In a GP setting this tends to be peak flow measuring your peak expiratory flow rate in litres per minute. Pretty much every… Continue reading Breathing tests every two weeks- every patients nightmare