Asthma attacks do not usually happen without warning. Most children have early warning signs.
- You might see these a day or two before the asthma flares up.
- You should start treating your child’s asthma as soon as you see the following warning signs.
- Most parents of children with asthma can spot their warning signs easily and can take action quickly to stop a flare up from becoming too bad.
- If your child has a cough or cold, using Salbutamol can help to prevent this getting worse.
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