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<h2>What is Salamol Inhaler</h2> <p>Asthma is a disease which narrows the airways and makes breathing difficult. Prescribed inhalers help to ease the symptoms salwhich can range from mild to fatal and include a wide a variety of issues including, but not limited to:</p> <ul> <li>shortness of breath which stops you from walking or going upstairs for example</li> <li>coughing</li> <li>tightness on the chest</li> <li>wheezing</li> </ul> <p>Asthma symptoms and attacks can be managed and by working with your doctor, you can find different ways to recognise and deal with your triggers effectively at times when inflammation strikes. Reliever inhalers such as Salamol are the first line in defence against an asthma attack as they quickly and effectively open up the airways and ease the coughing, wheezing and tightness on the chest before it can develop into a full blown attack.</p> <h3>How effective is Salamol?</h3> <p>Salamol works as soon as you take a puff as the medication is designed to get to work right away to relieve your dangerous symptoms such as shortness of breath and wheezing. It can then last for up to 5 hours.</p> <p>The relaxation of the muscles in the walls of the airways leading down to the lungs also helps to relieve the cough which can occur with an asthma attack.</p> <h3>What is contained in Salamol?</h3> <p>Each puff of Salamol contains the active ingredient Salbutamol.</p> <p>The inactive ingredient is the CFC-free propellant Norflurane and Ethanol.</p> <h3>Why choose Salamol?</h3> <p>Salamol can be used by children as young as 4 making it a good option for anyone whose child struggles with asthma. It prevents asthmatic symptoms or attacks being brought on by substances which cause allergic reactions such as pet fur and dust, as well as cigarette smoke or pollution. It is also highly effective when used prior to exercise to stop exercise related attacks.</p> <h3>How does Salamol work?</h3> <p>Salamol works quickly to open the airways thus aiding an asthma sufferer in being able to breathe. The active ingredient in Salamol, salbutamol, acts on the receptors within the lungs known as beta 2 receptors which, when stimulated, relax and allow the airways to reopen and air to flow back down into the lungs with each breath.</p> <h3>Does a Salamol inhaler contain steroids?</h3> <p class="Normal1"><span lang="">The Salamol inhaler does not contain steroids or any ingredients containing steroids. The active ingredient in Salamol is known as salbutamol. The primary objective of this active ingredient is to help open up your airways. </span></p>

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Salamol Inhaler

Medication features:

  • Quickly and effectively opens up the airways
  • Eases coughing, wheezing and tightness on the chest
  • Designed to give instant relief

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What is Salamol Inhaler

Asthma is a disease which narrows the airways and makes breathing difficult. Prescribed inhalers help to ease the symptoms salwhich can range from mild to fatal and include a wide a variety of issues including, but not limited to:

  • shortness of breath which stops you from walking or going upstairs for example
  • coughing
  • tightness on the chest
  • wheezing

Asthma symptoms and attacks can be managed and by working with your doctor, you can find different ways to recognise and deal with your triggers effectively at times when inflammation strikes. Reliever inhalers such as Salamol are the first line in defence against an asthma attack as they quickly and effectively open up the airways and ease the coughing, wheezing and tightness on the chest before it can develop into a full blown attack.

How effective is Salamol?

Salamol works as soon as you take a puff as the medication is designed to get to work right away to relieve your dangerous symptoms such as shortness of breath and wheezing. It can then last for up to 5 hours.

The relaxation of the muscles in the walls of the airways leading down to the lungs also helps to relieve the cough which can occur with an asthma attack.

What is contained in Salamol?

Each puff of Salamol contains the active ingredient Salbutamol.

The inactive ingredient is the CFC-free propellant Norflurane and Ethanol.

Why choose Salamol?

Salamol can be used by children as young as 4 making it a good option for anyone whose child struggles with asthma. It prevents asthmatic symptoms or attacks being brought on by substances which cause allergic reactions such as pet fur and dust, as well as cigarette smoke or pollution. It is also highly effective when used prior to exercise to stop exercise related attacks.

How does Salamol work?

Salamol works quickly to open the airways thus aiding an asthma sufferer in being able to breathe. The active ingredient in Salamol, salbutamol, acts on the receptors within the lungs known as beta 2 receptors which, when stimulated, relax and allow the airways to reopen and air to flow back down into the lungs with each breath.

Does a Salamol inhaler contain steroids?

The Salamol inhaler does not contain steroids or any ingredients containing steroids. The active ingredient in Salamol is known as salbutamol. The primary objective of this active ingredient is to help open up your airways.

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How should I take Salamol?

The canister should be primed twice prior to first use by shaking it and spraying it into the air away from the face. You should also repeat this if it is not used for 5 days or more.

  • Remove the cover of the mouthpiece and make sure the metal pressurised canister which contains your medication is fully inserted into the actuator.
  • Breath out as far as possible and place the mouthpiece into your mouth, place your tongue below it and create a seal with your lips.
  • Begin slowly breathing in and press down on the metal canister to release your dose of medication.
  • Once you have finished breathing in, hold your breath for 5 to 10 seconds.
  • Remove the inhaler from your mouth and begin to breathe normally.
  • Hold the inhaler upright and replace the cap right away. Wash out your mouth and brush your teeth.

Using your inhaler correctly and as directed can not only decrease your asthma attacks but even prevent them.

Are there any side effects to consider

Although very rare, the use of Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe is could cause any one of a number of different side effects. Side effects are often mild and disappear over time as your body learns to adapt to the inhaler and its ingredients. Common side effects include the following:

  • Feeling dizzy
  • Feeling tired
  • Shaking
  • Tension in the body
  • Nausea

If any of these side effects worsen, you should stop using Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe immediately and seek medical advice, from a professional, as soon as possible.

Other warnings to consider

Some inhalers may cause an increase in your wheezing after using them which is known as paradoxical bronchospasm. If this occurs, Salamol should stop being used and you must let your doctor know so they can find you an alternative option.

If you suffer from heart disease, hypertension, irregular heart disease, an overactive thyroid gland, diabetes or low levels of potassium then you may require a lower dose of Salamol.

Can children use Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe?

Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe is suitable for use by adults and children over the age of 4 years old.

How long after using Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe does it take to notice improvements in symptoms?

You should begin to notice improvements after the initial use of Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe. Relief from symptoms last for up to 5 hours after the initial use.

How much time should I leave between doses of Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe?

You must leave at least 4 hours between each dose of Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe. You must not take another dose within 4 hours of having taken the previous dose.

What is the maximum amount of doses of Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe I can take?

You must not take any more than 8 doses of Salamol Inhaler Easi-Breathe in one 24 hour period. These doses must be taken at regular intervals of at least 4 hours.

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