Account Settings


The account settings page allows you to select and change your user options. Such as changing your email address or password.



This web site provides it services free of charge because the cost are paid for by the adverts.

Body Information


By entering further details about your body, such as height and weight. The peak flow system will be able to start providing you with more detailed health advice.

Change Password


To change your account password. Click the Account link in the top navigation menu. Then scroll to the "Change Password" section. Enter the old account password. Then enter the new password two times and click the "Change Password" button.

Data Table


The data table shows you historic peak flow readings for the selected period. Use the start and end dates to select the required period.

Disable Email Reminders


To disable the email reminders. Click the Account link in the top navigation menu. Then scroll to the "Email Reminder" section. Click enable tick box. Then click the "Email Reminder" button, to save the change.

Forgot Password


If you have forgot your password. Go to, enter your email address and click the forgot button.

Log Out


To log out click the "LogOut" link from the top navigation menu.

Peak Expiratory Flow Rates


This section displays your personal best Peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR), percentage change in PEFR and the current threshold values for the different zones.

Recording Life Factors


Many of our every day activities can affect your peak flow reading. For example going to the gym, doing DIY or walking the dog on a cold day. We call these life factors, use this section to record any life factors that you fell will affect your peak flow reading.

Recording Measurements


To store your peak flow reading enter the time and date of the measurement into the three boxes below and then click record button.

Recording Medication


Changes to your medications can affect your peak flow readings. Use this section to record these changes. For example ventolin inhaler, two puffs, twice a day.

Registration Fee


Registration is free and there are not ongoing costs. All the costs of running the website are covered by profit from adverts.

Software Bugs and Feature Requests


Please report any software bugs or problems to the support team. If you have any feature request them please email



Based on the selected data period the following statistics have been calculated.

Using The Graph


It is important to keep a record of your peak flow readings. We suggest that you measure your peak flow twice a day, first thing in the morning and just before bed. By using this online diary you will clearly see how your peak flow varies from day to day.

Use the start and end dates above the chart to select the period of time you wish to view.

To navigate the chart use the grey arrow buttons in the top right hand corner. Use the 'zoom in' or 'zoom out' buttons to change the zoom amount. You can also use the mouse wheel to zoom the graph.

This Web site is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Materials available through this Web site are for informational purposes only. You should contact your physician if you have any questions about your medical condition, or if you need medical help. If you need emergency medical help, you should immediately call 999 or your physician.