Back feeling confident

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

Brittle Asthma is brittle for a reason.

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.

Trying new things- rock climbing!

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!

A big thank you from myself and Karen

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

Breathing tests every two weeks- every patients nightmare

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