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Coping with childhood asthma

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Published by Sheldon in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asthma in children,
  • Asthmatics,
  • Popular works,
  • Treatment,
  • Care

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementJill Eckersley
    SeriesOvercoming common problems series
    The Physical Object
    Pagination88 p. ;
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24956578M
    ISBN 100859699072
    ISBN 109780859699075
    OCLC/WorldCa52919022


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Coping with childhood asthma by Jill Eckersley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Everyone’s asthma is different, and you are the expert on your own asthma. This fact makes you and your health care provider partners. Each of you has important information to share in order to come up with the best plan for treating your asthma.

Coping with childhood asthma. [Jill Eckersley] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jill Eckersley. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Jill Eckersley is a freelance writer with many years' experience of writing on health topics.

She is a regular contributor to women's and general-interest magazines and is the author of Coping with Snoring, Coping with Childhood Asthma and Coping with Dyspraxia, all for : Jill Eckersley. This article discusses family issues related to childhood asthma and presents data from a pilot study of primary caretakers of African American and Hispanic school-age children with chronic asthma.

Two factors examined by the study were the impact of the illness on the family as reported by the caretakers and the coping strategies used by them. Coping With Childhood Allergies (Overcoming Common Problems) [Jill Eckersley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Allergies in childhood have been increasing over the last twenty years - 21% of all children under 15 now suffer from asthma. Help me, Mummy, I can't breathe: coping with childhood asthma. [Susan Sutherland] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Book: All Authors / Contributors: Susan Sutherland.

Find more information about: ISBN: X. Coping With Childhood Asthma. By staff staff Septem / PM / CBS As the school year gets underway, parents of. Some of the people we interviewed had had asthma since childhood and were used to living with it now, but some described how they had found it difficult as children, particularly back in the 60’s and 70’s when treatments weren’t so well developed and asthma wasn’t as well recognised as it is today.

Children living in high-stress homes may be more at risk for asthma associated with environmental triggers like traffic-related air pollution and exposure to Author: Salynn Boyles.

Books for Children with Chronic Illness Good resources for school-aged children coping with chronic illnesses and conditions such as diabetes, asthma, AIDS, sickle-cell anemia, epilepsy, autism, ADHD, Crohn's disease, cystic fibrosis, cancer, celiac disease, renal disease, etc.

The stress of living with a chronic disease reveals itself in many ways among the various family members. Someone with asthma, for example, may be frustrated with their illness and all the work that comes with it.

They may be more likely to get involved in fights, be less cooperative, or be stubborn, depressed, anxious or withdrawn, which can, in turn, affect the family dynamics at home. The kids in these videos have asthma. Watch them demonstrate the techniques they use to take their medicine.

This helps them control their asthma. Childhood Asthma. Source: Developed by the DC Department of Coping with childhood asthma book. © This video discusses how you can manage asthma to help prevent attacks or decrease the overall health effects of this disease.

Coping strategies. Coping strategies were assessed in adolescents with asthma, using the Asthma-Specific Coping Scale [], a modification of the trait form of the Asthma Coping Scale [].The psychometric characteristics of Coping with childhood asthma book questionnaire have been tested in a validation study among a large general asthma sample of 3, adults and in two smaller intervention samples of adults [].Cited by: asthma (ăz´mə, ăs´–), chronic inflammatory respiratory disease characterized by periodic attacks of wheezing, shortness of breath, and a tight feeling in the chest.A cough producing sticky mucus is symptomatic.

The symptoms often appear to be caused by the body's reaction to a trigger such as an allergen (commonly pollen, house dust, animal dander: see allergy), certain drugs, an. Coping skills training and educational interventions aimed at improving coping strategies can increase a subjective sense of competence and self-efficacy in dealing with a wide range of daily demands and health issues, with benefits not only to asthma symptoms but also to psychological functioning, sense of well-being, and anxiety.

The long-term effects of abusive childhood relationships include depression. Women with a history of abuse reported more physical problems and higher rates of obesity.

Adult survivors of abusive childhood relationships did not report higher incidences of heart disease, asthma, or diabetes. 5 Ways to Cope with Past Child Abuse. Brook U, Tepper I. Self image, coping and familial interaction among asthmatic children and adolescents in Israel. Patient Educ Couns.

Feb; 30 (2)– Wasilewski Y, Clark N, Evans D, Feldman CH, Kaplan D, Rips J, Mellins RB. The effect of paternal social support on maternal disruption caused by childhood asthma.

J Community Health. People with asthma or parents of children with asthma need to know how to recognize an asthma attack in its earliest stages. Taking steps to relieve the symptoms early on can help prevent more serious outcomes such as a need for emergency care or even death.

coping strategies when conf ronted with these stressors, (3) coping with asthma in daily life, and (4) quantity an d qu ality o f perceived social support. Demographic variables, such as age. Childhood Asthma Tan Huynh Delaware Technical Community College Outline I.

Topic Thesis: People will know more information about asthma, cause of it and treatments for your Body A. What is asthma?1. Define asthma is an issue in the US 3. Limited activities 4. Symptoms of asthma B. Cause of asthma heredity, allergy, viruses, and environment 1.

Product Information. Support for parents of children with a range of allergies. Allergies in childhood have been increasing over the last twenty years - 21 per cent of all children under 15 now suffer from asthma, and 24 per cent from eczema, posing extremely worrying situations for parents.

Adaptation to Chronic Childhood Illness is a comprehensive text dealing with a growing issue in the field of Disability Studies By dividing the book into four distinct sections, Thompson and Gustafson effectively deal with the impact of chronic childhood illness, the developmental changes that accompany illness, the enhancement of adaptation, and goals for public policy This text is a Pages: Kristin Johnson's childhood reminiscences of her grandparents in Michigan, the Great Lakes State, was one of semifinalists out of 3, entries in the Cup of Comfort: Grandparents competition.

It's also a personal memoir of coping with childhood asthma. Childhood asthma; Childhood asthma Supplementary Material. WB Childhood Asthma Supplement. Italian version. Related Chapters. Genetic susceptibility. Chapter 3.

read more (Genetic susceptibility) Early-life events. Chapter 4. read. Domestic Experiments: Familial Regimes of Coping with Childhood Asthma in New Zealand. Childhood asthma care practices are thus not only vested in kinship networks, but often arise out of Author: Susanna Trnka.

If you view asthma and associated problems as a challenge with a solution, and not an unsolvable problem, you will be more likely to get your asthma under control.

While asthma and anxiety are linked, there are steps you can take to get both under control. Educating yourself and taking action are key steps to coping with your anxiety and asthma. Coping with Allergies and Asthma.

The editors of Coping with Allergies & Asthma magazine work closely with America's leading authorities on allergies, asthma.

An asthma attack can occur when you are exposed to things in the environment such as house dust mites and tobacco smoke. These are called asthma triggers. Some of the most important triggers are listed to the right with additional guidelines in the section titled “Important Asthma Triggers.” 4.

9/5/06 AM Page A written asthma action plan helps Jenny Negus manage her severe asthma. "I had eczema and various allergies as a child and had my first asthma attack when I was I have a diagnosis of severe asthma and lots of triggers - hormones, grass pollen, colds and viruses, especially viral ear infections; cats; certain chemicals and perfumes; feather.

Provides up-to-date, authoritative, practical answers to questions about childhood asthma such as treatment options, healthy lifestyle choices and coping strategies. FAM RJ A8 P62 Asthma active: learning about asthma.

Toronto, ON: The Lung Association, An activity book for children 7 - 12 years of age. FAM RJ A8 A Children's Perspectives on Coping Strategies Used for Asthma by Terri A Dymeck Dr. Susan Michael, Examination Committee Chair Professor of Nursing University of Nevada, Las Vegas Asthma is the most common chronic pulmonary disease among American children.

There is limited research describing how children cope with asthma, and evidence suggestsAuthor: Terri A Dymeck. Books shelved as asthma: Peace Like a River by Leif Enger, Head Over Heels by Jill Shalvis, Cut by Patricia McCormick, Just Ask!: Be Different, Be Brave.

The 11 categories were identified as coping mechanisms that these children used to deal with their early childhood food allergies.

The coping process in children with food allergies involved transition from a stage of viewing their allergy with fear to a stage of considering the allergy as manageable and thus tackling allergens in their own way Author: Misa Suzuki, Yuko Tomari.

Dusty the Goldfish Asthma Activity Book Why Is Coco Orange-learn about air quality Funny thing, when the internet really took off I thought it was amazing, then the pendulum swung the other way and I thought it was a time sucking device created.

- Explore associationclp's board "Diagnosis Specific - Conditions", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Child life specialist, Child life and Asthma cure pins. Asthma is a leading cause of chronic illness among children and adolescents in the United States.

Nationwide, asthma was the third leading cause of hospitalization among children 15 years and younger.1 In Los Angeles County, childhood asthma accounted for nearly 5, hospitalizations in Although asthmaFile Size: KB. Diagnosis and treatment of asthma in childhood: a PRACTALL consensus report Asthma is the leading chronic disease among children in most industrialized countries.

However, the evidence base on specific aspects of pediatric asthma, including therapeutic strategies, is. Asthma is usually easy to diagnose in a child who is wheezing and having trouble breathing, but it becomes more difficult if the child only has a cough or cough-variant asthma.

You should suspect that your child may have asthma if he/she has a chronic cough that is worse at night or when they are running and playing, even without wheezing. Continued Finding Support With Asthma. Getting support when you have asthma is important. The people around you -- family members, friends, co-workers -- can all help.

Buy Coping with Asthma in Adults by Greener, Mark (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Abstract. Objective The primary purpose of our study was to examine the relationship between parental coping and children with asthma's psychological well-being and asthma-related quality of life (ArQL).

Methods Eighty-nine mother–child dyads with a child with asthma ranging in age from 8 to years old baseline and 6 month follow-up visits, children completed Cited by: Respiratory Medicine () 87 (Supplement B), Coping with asthma TH.

A. M. DEENEN* AND E. C. KLIPt *Netherlands Asthma Centre, Davos, Switzerland and ~ Medical Psychology, University Hospital Groningen, The Netherlands Coping is a dynamic process playing a major role in a person's behaviour to respond in the best possible way to his by: Best Asthma and Allergy Books Reviews of my recommendations for best books for childhood asthma and/or allergies.

Asthma Allergies Children: A Parent's Guide By Dr Paul Ehrlich, Dr Larry Chiaramonte, and Henry Ehrlich Pediatric allergists review the complex issues of allergies and asthma. Treatment, diagnosis and care are all covered in this book.