Allergic Asthma Awareness Wall

You’ve got company.

About 6 out of 10 asthma sufferers have allergic asthma. If this fact is new to you, the feeling that you’re not alone might be new to you too. See how other asthma sufferers express themselves on the Allergic Asthma awareness wall. You can browse the tiles they’ve posted below about allergic asthma symptoms, triggers, and management tips. “Like” your favorites by clicking “”. You can also select and post your own personalized version. Then share it with friends and family on social media.

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@ TrgrzRAthreat745
@ AsthmaGuy385
@ TriggrdAgain598
@ GladImNotAlone170
@ DanderWheezer887
@ PetDnderAttax557
@ KeepDustAway523
@ DustHater27
@ DustWinsAgain627
@ StillWheezin283
@ Need2Talk2Dr957
@ PlsNoPetDndr14
@ DustHater104
@ StillCoughin400
@ BeTriggerFree326
@ NoTriggersPls74
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@ NoTriggersPls74

Browse & Select Your Tile

Ready to add your voice to this growing community of allergic asthma “storytellers”? The first step is to find and select a tile that best describes your own experience with allergic asthma. Next step: Personalize it.

Personalize & Post Your Tile

Now that you’ve selected a tile, you can personalize it. A few simple options help bring a little more “you” into the picture. When you’re ready, click “post my tile.” Next step: Share it.


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Choose your username: Why a username ? Your username can help you find your tile on the Wall.

  • NoCatsAllowed860
  • DustAsthmaGrl522
  • NoDogsAllowed851
  • StayAwayTrgrz771
Your username is [UserName] for this tile.

post my title

Congratulations! Your tile has posted!

It’s great that you’ve shared your experience with the community. But why stop there? Let friends and family get to know about allergic asthma, too.

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