3 Myths About Inhalers That Just Aren't True

Did you know that inhalers aren't addictive? Yes, you heard that right! Asthma is a condition that all of us are familiar with. 

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What Is A Nebulizer And How Does It Work?

A nebulizer is a type of medical equipment that is used to administer the medication directly and quickly to the lungs of a person with severe respiratory conditions like asthma.

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What Is Acute Asthma And How One Can Manage It Easily?

Acute asthma refers to the exacerbation of the asthma symptoms experienced by the individual. There are different things that one can do in order to manage the symptoms of his or her acute asthma.

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Causes and Risk Factors of COPD

COPD is caused by a number of reasons - smoking, pollution, exposure to chemical fumes and toxic substances being the most common. Read on to know more about the risk factors of COPD.

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How Can Asthmatics Control An Anxiety Attack During These Times

Anxiety is one of the most common health conditions affecting the well being of an asthmatic. Anxiety is a feeling of unease. Both adults and children suffering from asthma are at risk of suffering from anxiety.

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Advantages & Limitations of Dry Powder Inhalers

Dry powder inhalers (DPIs) are one of the newer types of inhalers, which became available commercially in the 1970s and become significantly more popular since then.

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