Background: Bronchial Asthma is most common of the greatest public main chronic illnesses and for many, has a considerable influence on the quality of life. There are a great environmental difference in asthma severity, and mortality. The main goals of this study were included, assess prevalence rate of asthmatic disease, determents of risk factors of asthma and to identify to specific asthma symptoms among the children and adults having bronchial asthma in Tabuk city in Saudi Arabia. Methods: This study was quantitative, questionnaire based on online survey. A total of 400 asthmatic participants (aged 12-50 years) in Tabuk city in Saudi Arabia, completed the survey (have Social Media during two months (period of data collection) and diagnosis with Bronchial Asthma more than
24 months. The researcher used online survey based-questionnaire has a standardized script of close-ended questions. Descriptive statistics were performed for categorical and continuous variables by used SPSS program version 22. Results: Four hundred participants participated in this study. 58.3% from participants were male (294/400). More than half of the participants 55% have prevalence of asthma and 45% don’t have asthma. 70.5% from participants cooking with liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and 14% cooking with solid fuel have asthma but 45.6% no self-cooking and 19.4% cooking with solid fuel from participants don’t have asthma. Also, there are significant differences raise in pets in home with asthma, 76.4% from participants have asthma that found pets in home and 46.7% from participants don’t have asthma that found pets in home. There are significant differences according to car exhaust smoke cause to breathe, 50% from participants have asthma that show car exhaust smoke cause to breathe. Conclusion: More than half of the participants have of asthma. The main determent of asthma in this study was cooking with liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). Also, smoking was the main risk factor of asthma and found pets in home.