Health Tip: Does Asthma Affect Your Sleep?
(HealthDay News) -- Asthma can affect your sleep, as symptoms often worsen at night.
The National Sleep Foundation offers this advice to help control asthma and enjoy a better night's sleep:
Take all medications as prescribed, at the same time each day.
Use a peak flow meter regularly to monitor changes in lung function.
Learn what your asthma triggers are, and take steps to avoid those triggers.
Get plenty of sleep each night.
Ask your doctor about the potential benefits of an anti-inflammatory medication.
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