Everything seems to be a bit negative just now and I really don't like it but I do find writing down things that bother me cathartic and really help get them out my head and mulling over them. It is often things I won't speak to anyone about as I think people would be bored… Continue reading Venting frustrations…..again
2015 has been a rollercoaster of a year with lots of highs and lows. Im going to get the lows out the way and then can focus on all the old things that 2015 has brought. Normally my asthma is the biggest shadow which casts over me making my year a bit more tricky which… Continue reading Reflecting on 2015 the highs and lows.
As a kid I always wanted to make my inhaler look "cooler". I remember each time I was at the GP or in for asthma review I would ask if I could have a different inhaler which was in my eyes more socially acceptable than what I had. I remember the one I always wanted… Continue reading Inhaler decals for SPEAK Asthma
Last year the law changed which allowed schools to keep inhalers for emergencies in school much like an epicene etc. Until then an asthmatic child had to have their own individual named and prescribed inhaler which was carried on their person or kept under lock and key- something which is not useful in an emergency… Continue reading Inhalers in Schools
I smile to myself as I write this post for a number of reasons. It seems apt to write this while I can't sleep because of my asthma and am sitting on the couch hunched over with a neb making it easier to breathe- I wish I could just relax back it would be so… Continue reading “Just relax and concentrate on your breathing”
I read an article recently which challenged my thoughts on modern medicine and how I have become totally reliant on pharmaceutical products. I am so thankful for all the developments in medicine and where medication is now. Everyday I take a concoction of medication and far too many for someone in their late twenties almost… Continue reading Pharmaceutically Enhanced!