AsthmaSense Smartphone App (Review and Giveaway)

Studies indicate approximately seven million children are affected by asthma*, a chronic respiratory condition marked by inflamed, narrow air passages and difficulty breathing. All parents worry about what happens when their children go out to play, but parents of children with asthma have the added worry of whether their children will be able to play and breathe.

AsthmaSense is an app designed to help parents worry less and control asthma flareups.

asthma sense

More about AsthmaSense from their website:

Confidently Manage Asthma – Wherever You Are

The AsthmaSense app helps you to take better control of asthma. Used with your iPhone or Android mobile device, it’s a single, accessible resource to help you track peak flow measurements, medication use, asthma triggers and adherence to asthma action plans. AsthmaSense will actively remind you to take action steps like checking your breathing or taking medication. It also enables you to easily share collected information with your doctor or loved ones.

With AsthmaSense, each aspect of your asthma action plan is tracked and measured to help you live your life fully.

Screenshots AsthmaSense App

This app is not only for children, of course! You can use it for yourself or significant other to keep up with medications and receive helpful reminders. You can set up multiple users on one account, and easily share the information with doctors and other family members. Another feature it has that I love? You can call 911 from within the app itself if assistance is needed.


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  1. says

    Both my 5yo son and I suffer from asthma. Both are mild cases, and I think we have them pretty much under control with medication and knowing what we are allergic to.

  2. Courtney Mayorga says

    My 5 year old son has asthma. We use a daily controller medicine (qvar) and he has a rescue inhaler and nebulizer for albuterol if needed. He usually only has flare ups when he’s got a cold.

  3. says

    I have asthma and I use Advair twice a day to control it. I also get allergy shots but I don’t think those are working yet. And if I go running, I’ll take Allegra.

  4. Sarina says

    There is another great resource for kids with asthma called Nick’s Big Day. It’s an animated interactive storybook and can be found at allthings-asthma on the web. It doesn’t cost anything and it speaks directly to kids.

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