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Asthma is one of the UK's most common lung conditions. It affects your lungs' airways and causes breathlessness, coughing, and wheezing.
Approximately 5 million people in the UK have Asthma. About one in every 12 adults and one in every 11 children suffer from this lung condition.
Asthma symptoms can vary at times. But unfortunately, there are plenty of cases in which symptoms remain hidden without decreasing the quality of life for weeks or even months at a time.
Asthma can be fatal. It kills around three people in the UK every day. The best way to decrease the risk is to continue taking your asthma medication, even when you feel well.
You can always use an inhaler including the active ingredient Salbutamol to relieve asthma symptoms quickly.
Yes, it is safe for children to use an inhaler if a doctor approves it.
Asthma is one of those persistent disorders that need treatment every day. Even if you feel fine and seem to have no symptoms, you must still take your prescribed medicine.
When using an inhaler, you will instantaneously notice relief from symptoms. However, the treatment effects may last up to 5 hours after administration.
Continue to take regular treatment, and you will notice a substantial improvement in your quality of life. It is very effective across all gender or age groups.
Yes, it is safe for both adults and children to use asthma treatment. However, taking it with a certain regularity is preferred.
You can take a dose for Asthma every 4-6 hours. However, avoid exceeding your asthma inhaler doses of more than 6 a day.
Yes, you can fill out a questionnaire and have the inhalers delivered to your doorstep.
Salbutamol is quite safe to use and rarely shows any symptoms. However, you can experience a dry mouth, dizziness, shaking, coughing, or dry lips in some cases.
Unfortunately, any cure for Asthma is yet to be discovered in medical sciences. However, people mostly have a quality life as long as they take their medication.
Unfortunately, in most cases, Asthma is a lifelong condition and doesn't go away. However, if you continue to take your medication correctly and follow a healthy lifestyle, you can live a primarily symptom-free life.
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