Over Reliance

The recently updated global recommendations overturn decades of asthma care, highlighting the need to re-examine asthma treatment. The guidelines show that poor asthma control and over reliance on reliever inhalers are linked to an increased risk of asthma attacks.

Over Reliance Test

Using a SABA inhaler 3 or more times a week is an indicator of increased risk of asthma attacks.

Experts co-developed a 5-item questionnaire to assess reliance.

Click below to view the Reliever Reliance test.

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