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Asthma Health

Asthma is a long-term condition and most asthmatics will have had an assessment with a health professional to work out the best course of treatment for them. This may include using a preventer inhaler on a regular basis to stop or lessen symptoms and help to prevent asthma attacks, as well as having a reliever inhaler for when instant relief is needed. Because asthma is on-going, it can be hard to find the time to visit your GP to get your next prescription. If you're looking to buy asthma inhalers online both safely and securely, then take a look at our asthma inhaler prices below. You can order your reliever inhalers through us and we'll deliver them to you the very next day.*

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Ventolin Evohaler

Pack Size: 1 / 2

Strength: 100mcg

Starting From £17.99
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Salbutamol Inhaler

Pack Size: 1 / 2

Strength: 100mcg

Starting From £12.99
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Key Facts about Asthma Inhalers

Before you buy asthma inhalers online, it’s important to understand that inhalers may not be suitable for everyone.

Treatment may not be suitable for:

•    Pregnant females or those breastfeeding
•    People using beta blockers including propranolol

If for the above reasons you are not able to buy asthma inhalers online, you should visit your doctor for further advice.

Treatment for asthma is normally in the form of salbutamol (blue) inhaler, ventolin inhalers or use of asthma sprays. These inhalers are referred to as reliever inhalers as they relieve the symptoms of asthma. The inhalers work to expand the airways so that sufferers can breathe more easily. Most asthma sufferers make sure that they have their inhalers with them at all times in case they have an asthma attack, for peace of mind and a convenient treatment method.

About Asthma

Many people suffer from asthma which narrows the airways making it difficult to breathe. The main symptoms of asthma are wheezing, coughing, a tight chest and quickened breath. To relieve these symptoms quickly and effectively salbutamol inhalers can be used. If your inhaler or other asthma treatment is not working or symptoms get worse seek advice from your doctor as soon as possible.

If you have to use your blue inhaler or asthma sprays regularly this may be a sign that your asthma is not in control. If your asthma is not kept under control it can kill you, so make sure you regularly seek help and advice from your doctor. If you use more than sixteen reliever inhalers within one year you are at risk of sudden death due to asthma. It is important to maintain regular use of your preventer inhaler and to seek regular check-ups with your doctor.

Treatment and action plans

Each asthma sufferer should have their own unique treatment plan made by their doctor. The plan will tell you about your inhalers, what they are and how to use them. Most asthma sufferers have their very own action plan to avoid the symptoms of asthma which their GP has planned, so that they can change the dosage of their inhalers to suit the symptoms.

Studies have shown that patients with a treatment plan for asthma find management of their symptoms much easier. We advise that you should see your local doctor or nurse at least once every 12 months to review your treatment plan and any adjustments that may be needed.


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