Introducing The BREAK Room

Living with urticaria can be frustrating. You never know when it will strike, and when it does, it can disrupt your life in so many ways – all of which can be a challenge.

But it doesn’t have to be. 

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Taking the Next Step

Our BREAK ROOM isn’t the only way to stick it to urticaria. Discover how to get your condition under control with our online resources: you can download our Doc Talk Sheet and Patient Brochure to help you break free from your urticaria.

Download the Doc Talk Sheet

Download the BREAK FREE Patient Information Brochure 

It’s Your Turn to Break Free

We want to help you break free from the constraints of urticaria — by actually breaking things in real life. Why? Because sometimes you need to break things down in order to build them back up.

Our BREAK ROOM is a real-life space, with life-sized emojis that represent the challenges urticaria can bring. 

  • Itch, hives, or swelling got you down? Smash it. 
  • Feeling frustration or sadness? Take aim and destroy these emotions. 

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CSU Tracker App Can Help You

We’ve also created a chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) tracking app that allows you to quickly and simply record your daily symptoms, as well as the impact CSU has on your day-to-day life. All this useful information is then automatically plotted on a simple graph to show your progress over time. Get a clearer insight into your CSU for you and your doctor by downloading the CSU Tracker app.

Key features include:

  • Score how severe your itch and hives are
  • Record any experiences of swelling (angioedema)
  • Take and store photos of your symptoms
  • Measure the impact CSU is having on your day-to-day life
  • Save a summary report of your symptoms
  • Email your results to your doctor

Download the CSU Tracker App

Go on, take your BREAK FREE Shot

The only thing you have to do to get in on the action is go to www.BREAKFREEFromUrticaria.com, where you can take control of the BREAK FREE launcher anytime, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Take as many turns as you want, powering up the launcher and smashing all of the objects that remind you of your urticaria. Talk about releasing some pent up frustrations. 

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