Just wondering how folks who are new to managing their asthma keep up with what triggers their asthma.
Do you write it down? Do you keep it in your head?
My DD has a bleeding disorder, and I started keeping a log of her bleeds, and what she was doing in the time before the bleed started. That's one way we found a pattern to her bleeds.
I know my asthma is a lot like that. You think you'll remember that thing that makes you feel like your lungs got snatched out of you and stomped on, but I always have to stop and think when my doctor asks me what makes my asthma worse.