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Asthma

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How has your diagnosis changed your outlook on life? Please select one answer that is most appropriate to you.

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It has made me more determined and focused to live life to the full.
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It has made me more fearful of the future.
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I have accepted it is part of me and my makeup and won’t let it hinder me in anyway.
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It has stopped me from achieving or doing the things I wanted to do.
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It has impacted my family more and I worry about the pressures on them in the future.
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I am more anxious than I was and worry about what is to come.
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Made me realise that I need to look after myself and make proactive decisions about my health.
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It hasn’t had any impact on my outlook.
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  • 1
    Allergy UK

    Allergy UK is the leading national charity dedicated to supporting the estimated 21 million allergy sufferers in the UK.  They provide a dedicated helpline, support network and online forum for those with allergy and intolerance.

  • 2
    Asthma UK

    Asthma UK is a charity working to stop asthma attacks and, ultimately, cure asthma by funding world leading research. The site includes a forum and knowledge bank of resources, helpline and action plans for self management.

  • 3
    Breathease

    The UK's first asthma and allergy friendly cleaners, blog with developments and asthma related news

  • 4
    Patient.co.uk

    Patient.co.uk includes forums for asthma patients, lists patient support groups and disease information plus a blog on asthma by Dr Sarah Jarvis

  • 5
    Breathin Stephen

    Badassmatic, Breathing Advocate, Lab Rat & Marathon Walker

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