Control Your Asthma
Even when you don't have symptoms, medication matters
When people with asthma don’t have symptoms, their airways may still be inflamed. Fortunately, there are long-term control medications like QVAR® that can treat this inflammation and help control asthma.1 When asthma is well controlled, fewer asthma attacks occur, lung function is improved and symptoms may be less severe or even not apparent.1
Control airway inflammation, control asthma symptoms
A poor night’s sleep can be a sign of poorly controlled asthma. Treating and controlling inflammation in the lungs may help you spend fewer nights awake with asthma symptoms—and may lessen the risk of an emergency room visit due to an asthma attack.1
Use the asthma symptoms checklist to check your symptoms.