I must admit, Im getting rather frustrated with my asthma this year like every by the seems of it...
BUT these new baby docs are really annoying and im now starting to think whether it is true or not. once I am admitted and having all the ""quick response"" a and e pile her with drugs treatment, the ward docs seem to think that it is a lot to do with panicing and they are thinking that anxiety is a huge part with my asthma...
I just wanted to know if there are more people out their who -
1. panic during an attack/(im sure it is) but is it normal as docs seem to get really frustrated that i panic
2.i know anxiety isnt a trigger for astha but i know it has a huge effect on asthma especially suring an attack, and wondered whether there are more people out there with the same situation.
3.find that knowing to much information about asthma/triggers/medication etc does more damage than good.
4.get frustrated that your doctors are running out of ideas of the best way to treat you as the medication just doesnt seem to be working!