Asthma medications administered through lung inhalers include:
- Corticosteroids through inhalers act locally against asthma reactions such as nasal inflammation, nasal stuffiness, itchy-runny nose, and sneezing
- Bronchodilators are available only on prescription. When inhaled, they relax the tightened airways in lungs. They can be:
- Mast Cell Stabilizers treat mild to moderate inflammation in the airways in the lungs. They are particularly useful against asthma attacks during exercise. If taken before exposure to allergy causing substances, they prevent an asthma reaction
short acting that provide relief quickly in case of an asthma attacklong acting that provide relief for up to 12 hours after administration and are useful to prevent night-time asthma attacks
Do not use these medications without professional advice as they can produce serious side effects such as diabetes, cataract, high blood pressure, weight gain, bone thinning and the like. To avoid side effects during use of lung inhalers for allergy treatment in Silver Spring, Maryland, visit www.bestallergyclinic.com.