Experiencing the evolution of an asthma charity in the UK

Last month saw the rebranding of the Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation Partnership. It has been rebranded and is now Asthma + Lung UK. Evolution is sometimes scary and can be uncertain but there is often so many positive things that come from it, my perspective is that this has continually happened in the… Continue reading Experiencing the evolution of an asthma charity in the UK

Discussing smart technology for asthma self-management at the Lung Health Cross Party Group at the Scottish Parliament

The following blog post was shared on the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research website. I was so privileged to speak at the Lung Health Cross Party Group meeting at the Scottish Parliament. I spoke about digital health and how I have integrated smart technology in my life. "Following her presentation to the Scottish Parliament… Continue reading Discussing smart technology for asthma self-management at the Lung Health Cross Party Group at the Scottish Parliament

Getting over the stigma of wearing a mask in public!

It has been a busy few weeks with a number of trips down to London. Last year when I had a few trips to London there was a clear deterioration in my asthma when I was there. My peak flow dropped substantially and I was constantly feeling tight, wheezy and just couldn't get my breath… Continue reading Getting over the stigma of wearing a mask in public!

Cleaning products and lung health

Reading the BBC news online I came across an article about cleaning products and lung health. A study carried out in Norway found that using a micro fibre cloth and water was suitable for most purposes rather than the products full of chemicals which advertise themselves as killing 99.9% of all bacteria etc. Cleaning particularly house… Continue reading Cleaning products and lung health