Some Basic Drugs
Fluticasone- is a corticosteroid used to decrease inflammation in our nasal passageway. Advair- is a combination of asthma inhaler which has a bronchodilator, fluticasone and salmeterol to manage asthma for many years. Zafirlukast- it manages the asthma symptoms and lessens the asthma attacks among children who are five years old or even older. It also minimizes the infection in our airways so it helps in our breathing. If you make use of it regularly your asthma can be controlled and it can boost your ability to perform physical activities. You will not need your rescue inhaler often if you take this medication. Flunisole- is used in preventing asthma symptoms like wheezing and shortness of breath. The drug also belongs to a class of drugs referred to as corticosreroids. It is effective for relaxed breathing because it minimizes the airway infection. It is also good against phlegm and other asthma symptoms.
These medications however can cause side effects that are serious unlike natural remedies. Be cautious when using these medications and reading instructions thoroughly or consult a medical authority.
Alupent inhalers, Metaproterenol, Mometasone and Triamcinolone all can help in opening our airway passages to make our breathing easier. Shortness of breath, wheezing, phlegm and swelling in the lungs are asthma symptoms that these inhalers can get rid of. When using these medications you have to take into consideration its side effects that could be serious. Other treatments can be used together with these inhalers. These will relax our lungs and widen airways for breathing. For optimal results, inhalers enable the drugs to reach the deepest portions of the lungs.
If you are afraid of possible side effects, then natural remedies could really be ideal for you. Actually there are a lot of natural remedies that you can use like herbal remedies, also avoiding possible triggers and adopting breathing exercises may help you for sure.
If you want to know which treatment is best for you, it is advisable to consult a doctor. Check out our store for Inhaler and spacer devices and further information.
Asthma Treatment by KEITH CARASCO