In some cases, worsening asthma symptoms may require some lifestyle changes. In many cases these changes will involve avoiding asthma triggers.
It can be difficult to identify exactly what triggers your asthma but sometimes the link is quite clear. For example, if your symptoms start within minutes of coming into contact with a cat or pollen etc. However in many cases, people have a delayed reaction to an asthma trigger.
By avoiding triggers that make your asthma symptoms worse, alongside taking your medicine correctly, you can reduce your symptoms and continue to enjoy your usual lifestyle.