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!
This past week has been really tough. Asthma is one of those conditions that is on a spectrum. Going from those with the mildest of asthma to those with the most severe and life threatening asthma you get everyone across the board and you can not pick out the one person with mild and the… Continue reading It’s ok to not be ok.
In this blog I openly talk about my asthma and how it effects me. The highs and lows and everything in between. One thing I am not so good at though is actually talking in real life about my asthma. I can do the factual stuff...what my meds are, what my pf is, my symptoms… Continue reading Your Boss, you, occupational health and asthma!
So I went back on placement today. I was so glad to be going back but at the same time I was really nervous about how I would cope. I have found since being discharged I am unusually tired and getting much more shortness of breath. I knew I had to go back and did… Continue reading Back to the grind.