AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter Giveaway

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If you or one of your loved ones suffers from asthma, you may know that May is Asthma Awareness Month.  I am happy to share a brand new product with you that just hit the market.  It’s AsthmaMD’s Peak Flow Meter and Tracking App.

AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter with Tracking App

Kids often have a hard time communicating their asthma symptoms.  This easy to use tool helps parents understand their asthma condition better.  If your child gets a fever, you check their temperature with a thermometer.  The AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter is like a thermometer for the lungs.

The Peak Flow Meter is the only inexpensive device on the market that gives an objective number that corresponds to lung function.  It will help you know exactly when it is time for medication so you don’t take the chance of delaying asthma treatment.

AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter - Get Asthma Under Control

The AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter monitors lung performance with accuracy rated three times the industry standard.  Make more informed choices for your child’s health and keep asthma under control.

Two of my kids have exercised-induced asthma, so it was great to be able to toss the peak flow meter in the bag and take it to the soccer game.  It gave me peace of mind knowing how easy it is to check their condition if they felt short of breath.

AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter for Asthma Symptoms

The physician-developed mobile app organizes data, tracks symptoms and triggers, and can be easily shared via secure link with your doctor.


Winner of the Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) Award, check out what parents are saying:  The AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter was also recently featured on The Morning Show.  Check out the video clip here:

Learn more about the innovative design and benefits on AsthmaMD’s site here.  It was also featured in Tech Crunch here.

The AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter is available nationwide at Walgreens or CVS pharmacies, or on Amazon here.

Would you like to try it?  I’m happy to tell you that we are giving away 5 AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meters this weekend!

Entering is easy!  Simply leave a comment below telling me what you like about this brand new product, and that’s it!  You’ll be entered.

The Fine Print:

  • Five winners will be chosen randomly using to receive an AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter valued at $30.
  • No purchase necessary.
  • Entrants must be 18 years or older.
  • Giveaway begins Friday, May 9, 2014 at 12:00 a.m. EST and ends Sunday, May 11, 2014 at 9:30 p.m. EST.
  • Winners will be e-mailed and announced here on Monday, May 12, 2014.
  • Winners have 7 days to respond to e-mail.

96 Responses to “AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter Giveaway”

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  1. Penny Zelnik says:

    Love your site-I recently started working full time and have been helped by all of your wonderful tips!

    My 13 year old has asthma-so scary at times…

  2. Diane Morgan says:

    My daughter has asthma this would be great! Once I get over this cold I am being tested for asthma too

  3. Nicole says:

    I’ve used the flow meters forever, but who remembers to track numbers? I love that this is attached to app so I can give my pulmonologist my results during my yearly visits.

  4. Dina Corbett says:

    Perfect for keeping track of lung function! Saves trips to the ER.

  5. I need this.. Love to win it. TY

  6. Jennifer Austin says:

    I have a young son who has asthma and goes to sports, sometimes he is short of breath but insists he’s ok. With a peak flow I could check on the spot and get info from his doctor at the same time! I would have piece of my mind because my son doesn’t know when to stop! ;)

  7. Quang says:

    I love how this will be able to identify the early signs and track your levels! It’s such a perfect tool for someone who doesn’t know how to identify

  8. Melody says:

    My son has asthma as well. This would be a great way to monitor his breathing. I hope I win one!!!

  9. Kristine Tanase says:

    I love this product, since both of my children have exercise-induced asthma. Doctors can’t see their struggle, unless they come to their meets, etc. I would love to be able to check their lung function in the middle of exercising.

  10. Rhonda says:

    This would be awesome to have so I could track attacks and their severity!!

  11. Kelly says:

    My son’s asthma is super difficult to control! He is on 7 asthma meds and 5 supplements and we are still in the hospital! 2nd time in 6 weeks! This app could maybe help us figure out what we are missing!

  12. Nichole says:

    What a great giveaway for asthma sufferers! I know it would help me feel like I had a better understanding of my asthma.

  13. Myriam LaBauve says:

    I would love to be able to keep track of my son’s asthma like this. Seasonal allergies make it worse and playing sports just contribute. I would love the ability to have a piece of mind with this product..

  14. Kim says:

    My son and I both have asthma….would love to have this for him.

  15. deb says:

    I take several different meds for asthma it would be super to be able to monitor it on a daily basis. What a super idea!

  16. Lisa says:

    I recently began my career as a respiratory therapist and would love to show my patients this!

  17. Pam B says:

    Thanks for the chance to win & would greatly appreciate it , if I won. :-)

  18. Risa Kaufman says:

    I would love to monitor my sons asthma triggers, we sometimes can figure out what is triggering some of his attacks.

  19. Lacey Romines says:

    Love this! As a respiratory therapist, this is very similar to the technology we use in the hospital! I would love one for my kiddos at home with asthma! :)

  20. Jenna m says:

    I didn’t start suffering from asthma until my early 20s when my school (where I taught) had mold which caused my asthm diagnosis. My attacks seem sporadic, so it would be great to track them! I didn’t know this existed! I know quite a few of my students that would benefit from this!

  21. Janice says:

    My son has allergy-induced asthma. It would be such a blessing to win one of these to help with monitoring his asthma!! I love the idea of an app to keep track of everything. Thank you for the chance.

  22. Tracy Adcocck says:

    This looks like a pretty amazing device. My younger sister has allergies and asthma so badly and this would be great in helping with her.

  23. Bobbie says:

    My Daughter has asthma and is sometimes gets worried that she will have an attack. This would help her worry less. Thanks you for the great giveaway

  24. Melanie Dunn says:

    This would help me in transitioning off of prescribed inhailers to an aroma inhailer using essential oils!

  25. Sue says:

    This would be great for my son and I! Thank you for this opportunity.

  26. Lisa Parker says:

    Thanks for all your awesome tips! Love your site!!!! Me, my daughter and both my grandsons have asthma. This would be wonderful tool to have!!

  27. Judy says:

    what a fabulous product. It would make life at sporting events and during weather changes so much easier for my 2 kiddos.

  28. Romy says:

    I would love to have a way to track the readings on an app for my daughter! No more wondering what I did with my notes :)

  29. Joy says:

    I like that is helps parents understand their child’s symptoms better so they can PREVENT an attack. A friend’s child has asthma and I would definitely give this to her so she can have some peace of mind.

  30. Stephanie Wagner says:

    Thank you for this opportunity. I am the foster mother of a soon-to-be 3 year old that doesn’t speak very well and suffers from asthma. Communicating with him has been difficult and I think the AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter would help me make sure he is getting medicine as soon as he needs it without the fear that I am waiting to late or giving it to him too often.

  31. C williamson says:

    Always aware that the next asthma attack could be around the corner. Thank you for the opportunity to have one of the meter’s.

  32. Courtney Kleinebreil says:

    I have struggled with asthma for a long time – even once being in a coma. Drs tell me there is nothing more they can do to help me. But I continue to look for things on my own. This peak flow meter gives me some hope. Would live to try it.

  33. Janice says:

    This would be awesome! Our whole family recently found out we all have different forms of asthma. It was shocking and we’re all still struggling to find all our triggers. When you’ve always had coughing fits (we assumed it was allergies) it’s crazy to think it’s asthma and you need to grab the inhaler. It’d be really nice to be able to track everybody and finally figure this whole thing out!

  34. jan rondy says:

    I would love to use this to understand my daughter’s asthma – she also suffers from allergies, but is dying to play soccer and I worry it’s going to be bad news! :(

  35. Carla Randall says:

    I would love to try this new peak flow meter for my daughter. It would sure make keeping track of her peak flows SOOO much easier. It would especially be helpful during high allergy seasons! Thank you for your awesome website!

  36. Julee Phelps says:

    What peace of mind this could offer to parents! This would be so helpful with my 4 y/o daughter with asthma. GREAT PRODUCT!!!

  37. Megan duffney says:

    Thank You for the chance to win one. This would be perfect for my 4 yr old son who has a tough time telling me how he is feeling and hates breathing treatments and his inhaler.

  38. Lindsey says:

    Love the idea of being able to track my daughters triggers, ups and downs, etc. I feel the more information we have the better and is love to see this device on action!


    I am so glad to see this. I just used this similar gadget in the E.R. this week….would so like one for home as is a ways from any hospital.
    still trying to get my breathing under control :)

  40. Christie Burke says:

    This is a fantastic way to log symptoms and help get the asthma under control.

  41. Marty Larson says:

    Both my son and I suffer from asthma. I love the idea of the app to. Go with the peak flow meter.

  42. Christine says:

    I love the app part! What a great idea to be able to track the readings and maybe get a better handle on the exercise induced asthma in one kid and the allergy induced asthma in the other.

  43. Karin says:

    I love that it will track your numbers

  44. Patrice Fritsch says:

    Would be a great tool for my sweet granddaughter who suffers with asthma. The app tool is well thought out.

  45. Jennifer says:

    My oldest has asthma and last winter was a slew of ER visits. We would love one of these at home!

  46. Michele Thompson says:

    This would be something I would love to have. Both my daughter (who is 13) and I have asthma. I have had it since I was a child. My doctor actually talked about giving me a peak flow meter. I have several auto-immune diseases and one of them is a kidney disease, so I cannot take any prescription medication for my asthma except inhalers. This would really be helpful to me to know where I am at. Thanks for the chance to win!

  47. Alicia Motyka says:

    I would love to be able to check my daughter’s airflow when her asthma at the worst. It would make this mama feel at ease when giving my daughter more nebulizer treatments.

  48. Sherry Oakes says:

    Like that it has a app to track and that you can give doctor the your results!!!

  49. NANCI MATTER says:

    I have had asthma my whole life never knowing exactly what my triggers are. I find as I get older it seems to get worse and sometimes I am unable to track it. The peak flow with a tracking app sure would help my doctor and me in getting my current asthma issues under control and hopefully off some of the meds I am currently taking. Thank you for listening

  50. Faith B says:

    That it would allow me to monitor my daughter ‘s asthma at home and with her doctor.

  51. Janet Snow says:

    Both my daughter and I have asthma. She doesn’t always notice the onset of problems since she’s on the go so much. This would help us both keep track of when she needs medication and when she doesn’t. I really like the fact that it’s attached to an app! That would make keeping track of things so much easier.

  52. Marcia Hines says:

    This would really keep my son safe with his asthma. Would love to have this for him to use.

  53. Joann says:

    How convenient this meter would be!

  54. Kelly Lampert says:

    It would be great to know the triggers for my sons asthma. This is a new diagnosis for him and we are still learning.

  55. Mary Stanhope says:

    My daughter struggles with asthma and this would be a great tool for us!

  56. Kristi Madrigal says:

    I love that I can moniter my child and how his asthma is affecting him before an emergency occurs

  57. Jennifer Lynch says:

    I am enjoying your site.
    My oldest son 12yr. has asthma and he still struggles with when he should take his inhaler. My oldest daughter 3yr has a weird situation where she needs a nebulizer treatment every month or two. Lastly I just found out our 7mo with severe allergies has about an 80% chance he will be an asthmatic as he has been showing symptoms. So this device would be exceptionally helpful

  58. Candice says:

    My daughter has chronic lung disease. She takes her peak flow twice daily. This app record would be a huge blessing to her!

  59. Veronica Elwick says:

    I’m sure my daughter Zoe would love to use and carry this fantastic inhaler around with her and be able to explain and show her friends how it works.

  60. Bethany says:

    This would be so helpful! I hope I win one. TY!

  61. Lara Bush says:

    This would be awesome…both of my girls have asthma. It can be hard trying to determine what their triggers are! There is an app too…of course there is! BRILLIANT!

  62. Jennifer Mischler says:

    This would be great to help me track my numbers.

  63. Mandy says:

    My 4 yr old has asthma and it is very hard to get him to communicate what’s going on. We have a hard time knowing if it’s breathing or a stomach ache. I think this would really help us.

  64. Erin M. says:

    I have exercise induced asthma but I am also starting to feel the same feelings when around people with too much perfume, yet I have employers who don’t seem concerned about it. I would like a monitor to have a way to prove to them that I’m not just being difficult when I ask to not have to work with specific heavy perfume wearing people.

  65. Kelli Sherry says:

    I think this device is neat! I love that it tracks progress!! My son has asthma and it seems this device would help to see how he is really doing!!!

  66. Janet P says:

    Would be a great to be able to track this, 50% of my family could use it! One is a newbie, she’s just 5, and my husband has had asthma for over 30 years, since he was 4!

  67. Joiss carvalho says:

    I just love the idea of keeping records of my daughters asthma development . This is a great device. Would be very helpful for our family!

  68. Jessica Rainey says:

    What a great idea! Both my boys have asthma :( the older one is really only effected in the spring when everything is blooming, but the little one is allergic to dust and gets really bad really fast. We have to keep prednisone (sp?) on hand just in case. Poor babies. I would love this! Thanks for the opportunity!

  69. mindy glittenberg says:

    I like that it’s a better way for kids to communicate how their asthma is affecting them. My 9 year old can’t explain it to her doctor very easily

  70. Staci says:

    I like how you can take this with you wherever you go. My son gets his worst asthma symptoms while playing sports, so it would be nice to have this at games and practices! Thanks!

  71. amy says:

    I have asthma and out of my 5 kids 3 do so far. I love that i could keep up with it myself instead of depending on the doctor. Doctors arent always avialable when you need them or cant always get an appointment. With the kids and my asthma and sports and such this would be great esp since weve wanted one but with disabled husband and me not being able to work…cant afford it.

  72. Angela Broughton says:

    My niece has moved in with us this year and has suffered terribly with asthma. When she wheezes it is very simple to hear it is asthma, but she has this cough and having no experience with asthma I often wonder what really is going on for her. This sounds line a great tool to use in monitoring her symptoms and learn about what is and what isn’t asthma related.

  73. Kathleen says:

    I love the tracking. I never know when the right time is to begin treatments for my 5 year old. He doesn’t like them so he’ll always say he doesn’t need one.

  74. Lauren C says:

    I have 2 daughters with asthma and would love to try a peak flow with them. It’s only recently that I’ve heard of this as they are young and newly diagnosed.

  75. Michelle Shannon says:

    My son has bad asthma, this would be great to be able to check his numbers when we are out at sports! I would love to win one!

  76. Katrina Reynolds says:

    I didn’t know they had this! I have 2 daughters 7 & 9 with asthma. I would LOVE this to track how they are doing at home. Fabulous idea! Would love to be one of the lucky 5 to win this. Thank you!

  77. Vanette says:

    Like the app. idea.

  78. Angela says:

    I would love to win this product for my 9 year old son. It sounds like it would be just what we need to maximize his health!

  79. Nancy Wagner says:

    This would be great for my grandchildren who suffer from asthma. It would give their mom peace of mind.

  80. Lisa Lectka says:

    My 11 year-old daughter suffers from exercise induced asthma. This peak flow meter would be great to have for sports & activities where she becomes wheezy but we are not sure of her lung function. Thanks for a great post & introduction to a very handy product!

  81. Candace says:

    I would love this for my 4 year old daughter. She has asthma as well as multiple food allergies. Winning this product would be awesome. Her asthma seems to be induced by sickness, outdoor allergies, dander, and food allergies. Thank you for your amazing website and all that you do.

  82. Nicole Todd says:

    This would be such a peace of mind for myself and my daughter. She is very active and loves to swim, but we have to watch the chlorine it is a trigger to her asthma, this will be a great monitor to make sure she is doing okay.

  83. yolanda says:

    My father had asthma and this would be a fabulous tool for him. Thank you.

  84. kathyann says:

    I’ve always wanted something like this!

  85. Stacey G. says:

    This product is just what I’ve been looking for! I’ve had asthma for over 20 years and it would be great to be able to track all of the information so easily.

  86. Jeanne Charlson says:

    This is the best idea ever! I have asthma and acute allergies, which really trigger my asthma. With the use of your device, it could really help my doctors come up with a better solution for my problems. Great give away!

  87. Patsy says:

    Two of my boys have asthma and this would help a lot.

  88. Deanne H says:

    My 9yr old son has asthma and this would be wonderful,

  89. Deanne Hamlette says:

    This would help me keep my 2 year old son healthy as he struggles with asthma.

  90. Wendi Coombs says:

    This would be amazing! I have two kids and a husband with asthma. Being able to accurately monitor the kids breathing would be a God send!

  91. Courtney says:

    My little sister has asthma and something like this would be awesome for her to track her symptoms, help to keep her healthy, etc. I hope to win one for her!

  92. Tricia Clark says:

    This would be great for checking my daughter’s levels. And tracking so no guessing our trying to remember her numbers later.

  93. Julie says:

    This tool seems to be an incredibly helpful one that will give a little peace of mind not only to me but to my 13 yo daughter as well when she is feeling that tight feeling in her chest! She takes Meds daily to help control her asthma, so to have one more tool to aid us in the constant struggle to maintain health would be an incredible blessing!

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