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  • Asthma can be triggered by allergies or other situations that are not due to allergies.
  • Reducing exposure to substances that trigger allergies and asthma symptoms can help you to control asthma.
  • Non-allergic triggers act directly on your airways to lead to asthma symptoms.
  • Ask your doctor about how you can avoid or reduce exposure to triggers of your asthma symptoms.
  • Aim for a smoke-free environment, both for yourself and your children.
  • Ask your doctor to update your asthma action plan each year.

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Reviewed on: 13-09-2017