Asthma Action Plan

The importance of Asthma Action Plan

The asthma action plan is most certainly some of the lost sights of tools in bronchial asthma management and control. No matter how critical your bronchial asthma is, it’s really helpful to have a written plan to guide you. Here you can find a few very good examples of Asthma Action Plans:

Print out some of those sample plans and take it to the doctor on your next visit. Then ask the doctor to assist you to fill out the plan correctly. But it’s not enough to formulate the plan after which just threw it away. It must be shared with any person concerned in your care or the care of your child. It is recommended to carry the Asthma Action Plan to every doctor visit for updating, as needed.

Asthma Symptoms

Symptoms of Asthma

  • Frequent cough, mainly at night
  • Losing your breath easily or shortness of breath
  • Wheezing or coughing after work out
  • Decreases or changes in a peak expiratory flow
  • Feeling very tired or weak when working out
  • Feeling tired, easily upset, bad-tempered, or moody
  • Signs of a cold, upper respiratory infection, or allergies 
  • Trouble sleeping


  • Red Zone: Red zone means you really need urgent health care
  • Yellow (Caution) Zone: This isn’t where you have to be
  • Green Zone: Where you need be on a regular basis