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xeniar - how long have you been using your peak flow meter? When I first started recording mine, they were all over the place. Mine peak flows are always lower at night by almost 50L/min. This isn't something you can really improve on your own, except to follow the plan your doctor gave you. Does your doctor know you are constantly in the yellow area?
I assume so, since he/she is asking you to track it.
How long have you had asthma? You should always check with your doctor if you have any questions.
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I have not been good at using my breath flow meter as my physician has asked me to. So I have started tracking it here in that same place you put your weight in.
My breath flow was 300 L/min and now it is 258. I know that is just down a little bit, but it is going down. I want to improve this as I am constantly in the "yellow" area on the meter.
I also am coming to see how my readings on that reflect my energy level.
I do not exercise like I know I should often due to low energy, but I know that exercise is just about the only thing other then my meds that would improve my lung capacity.
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