Asthma is a respiratory illness, which can be described by contraction and swelling of one’s breathing tracts, as well as formation of excess. Such contractions complicate breathing, cause coughing and inability to breathe in, and make wheezing sounds while breathing. Additionally, for the individual, asthma is connected to a range of common mental disorders and addictions. Subsequently, asthma is intertwined in a bidirectional relationship with low socioeconomic status (SES) and income. These individual and societal burdens of asthma underline the desperate need for methods to decrease the prevalence of asthma, namely by increasing treatment adherence.