Social Media Tools to Spread Asthma and Allergy Awareness
During the month of May, share our facts about asthma and allergies with your friends on social media. You can change your cover and profile pictures to support asthma and allergy awareness. We also have easy-to-share messages and infographics for you to share. For food allergy awareness week activities and shareables, visit Kids With Food Allergies.
How to share images:
Click on an image. Save it to your computer or mobile device. (For desktop computers, right-click and "save as".) Then share the image with your friends and family via social media.
Share Our Awareness Images and Videos
All month long, we will be posting Shareable Awareness Images on our Asthma Support Community. Use our social sharing buttons to share these images. You can also download, save and then upload to your social networks. Be sure to follow us for Asthma and Allergy Awareness on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube!
Save and Share These Awareness Ribbons and Profile Pictures:
Find more awareness ribbon options for food allergies
Change Your Social Media Covers:
Quick Tweets to Spread Asthma and Allergy Awareness
There is no cure for #asthma. The best way to manage asthma is to avoid triggers, take medicine to prevent symptoms and prepare to treat attacks. Learn how with AAFA's ASTHMA Care online course: https://ctt.ec/V46La+ via @AAFANational Tweet This
In honor of Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, I'm making a pact to A.C.T. for Asthma and Allergy. By working together, we can reduce severe asthma attacks and allergic reactions: aafa.org/act #act4asthma #act4allergy via @AAFANational Tweet This
People with #asthma have concerns beyond their physical health. They may be burdened by financial impacts such as missed work days and the cost of medicine. https://ctt.ec/c4edo+ via @AAFANational Tweet This
Common #asthma symptoms are coughing, shortness of breath, wheezing and chest tightness. https://ctt.ec/f_35V+ via @AAFANational Tweet This
An #asthma episode, also called an asthma flare-up or asthma attack can happen any time. Mild symptoms may only last a few minutes while more severe asthma symptoms can last hours or days. Learn more about asthma symptoms: https://ctt.ec/NG5bd+ via @AAFANational Tweet This
Up to 60% of adults and 80% of kids with asthma also have allergies that trigger their asthma – also known as allergic asthma. https://ctt.ec/Q8j7H+ via @AAFANational Tweet This
Kids with #asthma have concerns beyond their physical health. Kids miss more than 13.8 million school days. Tools to help manage asthma at school: https://ctt.ec/dlfTu+ via @AAFANational Tweet This