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Asthmatic
The first asthma weather forecast

It's proven that the weather has a big impact on asthma patients. Asthmatic is an app made by and for asthma patients that predicts up to 5 days in advance how the weather will affect your lungs and tells you which precautions to take.

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Asthmatic
The app

Factors such as temperatures, humidity levels, pollution, ozone levels, indoor climate, mold, viruses, dust mites, etc., can all trigger symptoms or asthma attacks. Asthmatic calculates the quality of your environment based on all these factors and gives every day a rating from poor to excellent.

The app will give you a detailed report of each day, up to 5 days in advance.

Each day has a description that clarifies that day's rating. It tells you which conditions are remarkably good or bad and gives you customized advise.

Details about the weather forecast are available for each day.

Details about all the different weather factors are displayed for each day, both to make monitoring easier and give you a weather forecast.

The app will give you a detailed report of each day, up to 5 days in advance.

Get the forecast for any location in the world. You can add as many locations as you like, so that you can manage your health even while traveling.

Read the research

Asthmatic
The science

It's proven that the weather has a big impact on asthma patients. Certain factors directly trigger asthma attacks, other weather conditions influence you asthma symptoms by helping mold, dust mites or viruses to thrive in your environment. Every formula used in this app is based on scientific research.

Asthma and weather: A Mathematical model, Asthma.org: Asthma triggers, Kids health, weather and asthma, Ambient air quality and health, Four cold weather asthma triggers, Changes in weather and the effects on pediatric asthma exacerbations, National Asthma: Weather fluctuations worsen asthma in children,

What causes or triggers asthma, Indoor humidity and your family's health, Relative humidity in the home, Mold allergy and asthma, Dust mites and asthma, Dust mite allergy, Asthma triggers, Why hot, humid air trigger symptoms in patients with mild asthma, Why does asthma get worse in hot, humid weather, Asthma, cold air and exercise, Indoor air quality.

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