Asthma Treatment

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Asthma is a common respiratory condition that causes inflammation of the airways, usually due to a trigger (such as cold air, exercise, pollen, pet dander etc.), making breathing difficult. Symptoms include shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing and tightness in the chest. Asthma attacks can be serious if they are not appropriately managed, therefore, prescription asthma medication is highly important to ensure effective symptom relief and prevention.

Ventolin Evohaler is an effective inhaled bronchodilator medication used to treat the symptoms of asthma. Ventolin works to open up the airways and relax the respiratory muscles to make breathing significantly easier.

Ventolin inhalers act quickly to treat asthma symptoms

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Designed to make taking your asthma medication through an inhaler a quick and hassle-free experience

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COVID-19 can impair respiratory tract function (nose, throat and lungs), increasing the risk of asthma attacks, pneumonia and acute respiratory disease.
A common trigger for asthma is exercising and can become worse if you exercise in cold temperatures and dry air.
The warmer temperatures will increase the moisture in the air and create an environment where moulds and pollutants will thrive which can trigger your asthma symptoms.
Walking 30 minutes a day has a plethora of benefits as it requires nothing but a good pair of shoes.

With asthma on the rise in the UK, here are a few tips for improving respiratory health

Managing your asthma should be considered an art. Every new environment and situation demands adaptability and care. These tips can help you further your effort and make each day enjoyably asthma-free or at least asthma-reduced.

Read the full article: How to Manage Asthma

The secret to controlling your asthma is knowing what triggers the symptoms. From pollen to aspirin, identifying them is the first step.

Read the full article: Asthma Triggers Explained

Are you getting the best out of your inhaler?

Read the full article: Mastering your Inhaler Technique

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