ABERDEEN, United Kingdom (PRWEB) September 16, 2013
Years ago, asthma was a debilitating condition which, in many cases, seriously limited what a person could do. As a result of greater knowledge about asthma and its treatment options, the ability to manage this disease has vastly improved over the years.
"What Do You Know about Asthma" written by author Martina Chukwuma-Ezike is a practical guide that will help people understand asthma, what you can do as a sufferer or what support you as parent, family, friend or carer can give to someone living with asthma to enable them to learn how to manage their symptoms so they could live healthy, active and symptom-free lives.
This book emphasizes the importance of self-management since the responsibility for the day-to-day care rests entirely on people living with asthma and their families. It also focuses on the importance of patient education in the management of asthma because the more informed a patient is, the better they would be at managing their symptoms and keeping it under control.
"What Do You Know about Asthma" is unique because it is personal, practical and simple for anyone to read and understand. Throughout this book, asthma sufferers will learn how to keep their asthma well-controlled in order to continue to lead healthy and fulfilling lives.
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About the Author
Martina Chukwuma-Ezike is an MBA graduate of the University of Aberdeen, UK and Chief Executive of Asthma and Allergy Foundation. Having lived with very severe asthma since childhood, Martina understands the many challenges asthmatics face and has devoted her life to support asthma sufferers. She resides in Aberdeen, Scotland with her husband, Uchenna, a Chattered Scientist who work in the oil & gas sector, and their adorable daughter.
What Do You Know About Asthma? * by Martina Chukwuma-Ezike
Publication Date: June 26, 2013
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 52 pages; 978-1-4836-5774-5
Trade Hardback; £19.99;52 pages; 978-1-4836-5775-2
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4836-5776-9
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