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Peak Flow Meters

Peak Flow Meters

Allergy Be Gone is your main information source for allergy and asthma. We offer a wealth of products as well as tips to help you manage your symptoms including choosing and using the right peak flow meter. When you have asthma, it's important to manage your symptoms with a peak flow meter. However, it's also vital to use a peak flow meter correctly.

We often forget the doctor's directions once we leave the office, which is what makes the peak flow information offered at Allergy Be Gone so helpful. You can check it any time your need a refresher. If you have a child with asthma and using a peak flow meter is completely new, don't fret. Let Allergy Be Gone assist you with managing your asthma.

With a peak flow meter, asthma sufferers can monitor their condition daily from the comfort of their homes. The "peak flow rate" refers to the maximum speed at which air can be exhaled from the lungs. When you can report these results to your doctor, you become actively involved in your asthma management, which can lead to a quicker response to your individual needs. See the illustration on the right which demonstrates the proper use of a peak flow meter. Click on the image for information about peak flow meters and managing your asthma using the "zones" system, or visit our Peak Flow Meters Information Page.

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