What are Asthma Inhalers?

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Asthma Inhalers are used for Asthma, Allergic Asthma and COPD. They bring relief when a person’s airways become inflamed and narrow. The inflammations produces swelling and extra mucus. This then makes it difficult for you to breathe.

There are several types of Inhalers. These include; Metered Dose Inhalers, Dry Powder Inhalers and Soft Mist Inhalers. Asthma Inhalers are now available online at USA Services Online Pharmacy.

Asthma be controlled with rescue inhalers to treat symptoms and controller inhalers that prevent symptoms. Severe cases may require longer-acting inhalers that keep the airways open and/or oral steroids.

Let’s take a look at what is Asthma?

What is Asthma?

Asthma is a breathing problem cause by inflammation or swelling of the passageways of the lungs. While there is no cure, Asthma can be controlled and prevented. When someone has Asthma the lung passageways are very sensitive. As a result, many things can trigger an episode. These are also referred to as Asthma triggers. Every person can have different triggers. Common triggers are pet hair, pollen and common dust.

Common Asthma signs or complaints:

Wheezing – this is the sound, often high-pitched that comes from the lungs of someone suffering from Asthma. It is caused by air trying to move thru the narrowed passageways of someone with Asthma.

Feeling of tightness in Chest – often caused by shortness of breath and frequent coughing when Asthma is no controlled.

What is an Asthma Attack?

An Asthma attack is when there are greatly increased asthma symptoms. The can can come quickly and be mild or quite severe. During an Asthma attack the lining of the lung passageways swell making airflow difficult. Your muscle then tighten and this makes breathing even more difficult.  This can be controlled and prevented with an Asthalin Inhaler.

Asthma is a very serious disease that affects about 25 million Americans every year. It also causes over 1.5 million emergency room visits per year. See, What is Asthma.

What is an Asthma Inhaler?

They are portable, hand-held devices that bring medication directly to your lungs.

What is the best Inhaler for you?

Finding the best inhaler for you requires balancing the correct inhaler and the medication to suit your needs. This is combined with your ability to correctly use the inhaler.

Additionally, the proper training in the use of your inhaler insures that the medicine is delivered to your lungs.

Metered Dose Inhaler

Metered Dose Inhalers consist of a canister pressurized with medication in a L shaped cannister. It contains metered doses of the medication that is released when the cannister is depressed into the L shaped container. The medication is then propelled into your lungs.


Asthalin Inhaler

Dry Powder Inhaler

In a Dry Powder Inhalers the medicine is delivered to your lungs when you take a deep, fast breath.

Soft Mist Inhaler

Soft Mist Inhalers are non-propellant and instead deliver the medicine thru a low velocity aerosol mist. These can also be used with a face mask by children.

USA Services Online ships the highest quality Asthma Inhalers over the counter online made by Cipla Pharmaceuticals. A world leader in medicines to treat respiratory, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, diabetes, weight control and depression.

Cipla Limited is an Indian Multinational pharmaceutical company. It entered the US market in 1984. Cipla was the first Indian company to receive US FDA approval.

Also, Cipla is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol CIPLA. Cipla was founded in 1935. Cipla’s portfolio includes over 1500 products with 50 dosage forms across wide range of therapeutic categories. Cipla USA Inc., the US subsidiary of Cipla Limited, is based in Warren, NJ


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