How To Reduce Asthma Triggers When You’re At Home

An asthma trigger is anything that brings on breathing troubles, coughing, breathlessness, wheezing or other similar symptoms for a person diagnosed with asthma. With asthma triggers around, there is also an increased risk of an asthma attack so it is important to reduce these triggers in your environment as much as possible. This is a precaution that can be taken in addition to following your asthma treatment plan that includes taking the asthma medication prescribed by your doctor. 

Read More

Your Asthma Checklist When You Leave Home

Read on to know the best precautionary measures for asthma when leaving home

Read More

Lifestyle Choices That Impact Asthma

5 lifestyle changes that can help keep your asthma under control

Read More

What Are The Differences In Asthma For Adults And Children

Asthma varies considerably across the life course. There are similarities in symptoms and triggers for adult and childhood asthma, however, their diagnosis and treatments are not the same.

Read More

FB Live Interview with Dr. Jagdish Chinnappa, Dr. Raja Dhar, Priyadarshini Chatterjee and Hetal Kamdar

After achieving our goal of creating awareness about asthma with the first phase of our campaign, we at Cipla recently launched the second phase of our #BerokZindagi campaign with the core message being "Asthma ke liye, #InhalerHainSahi".

Read More

Tips To Control Asthma During Winter

The winter season comes with its own set of problems for asthmatics. Learn how you could prevent a winter asthma attack and live a normal life.

Read More