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Treatment Options- Learn About Different Treatments For Your Asthma

The treatment options for asthma are varied and target the many different aspects of your asthma. From the standard quick relief and controller medications to breathing techniques and allergy shots, this is your resource for the different asthma treatments currently available.

Nebulizers & Asthma: Which Nebulizer is Right For Me?
Nebulizers are just one of the delivery methods for your inhaled asthma medications. Learn about the different types of nebulizers, advantages and disadvantages of different nebulizers, and other important information about nebulizers before you make a decision.

Remembering Your Rescue Inhaler- All About Remembering Your R…
Getting caught without your rescue inhaler can be dangerous. How do you remember to always have your rescue inhaler around.

Are Primatene Mist And Generic Epinephrine Inhalers Safe?
Primatene mist and other generic epinephrine inhalers are the only over-the-counter asthma medications available. Learn what you need to know to use these products safely.

Everything You Need To Know About Xolair (Omalizumab)
Xolair (omalizumab) is a medication used to treat allergic asthma when your doctor is having problems controlling your symptoms with other medication. Learn what you need to know about Xolair (omalizumab) including indications, how it works and important side effects.

Buying Asthma Medication Online- What Has Your Experience Been
Buying medication online can be daunting. Every time you enter a drug in a search engine, hundreds of sites come up trying to make a sale to you. While it is very convenient and affords privacy, is it safe? What has your experience been? Is it cheaper? Has it created problems with your insurance?

Everything You Need To Know About Xolair (Omalizumab)
Xolair (omalizumab) is a medication used to treat allergic asthma when your doctor is having problems controlling your symptoms with other medication. Learn what you need to know about Xolair (omalizumab) including indications, how it works and important side effects.

What Is a Xolair Injection Site Reaction?
An injection site reaction is one of the most common side effects you may experience after a Xolair injection. Learn about what it is and what you need to do about it.

Cromolyn Sodium And Nedocromil: What You Need to Know
If your asthma is poorly controlled or you cannot tolerate some standard treatments, your doctor may prescribe cromolyn sodium or nedocromil. Learn what you need to know about these medications so you can improve your asthma.

Xolair And Cancer: Does Xolair Increase Cancer Risk?
Are you worried about the risk of Xolair and cancer? Learn more about the risk.

Cromolyn Sodium And Nedocromil: What You Need to Know
If your asthma is poorly controlled or you cannot tolerate some standard treatments, your doctor may prescribe cromolyn sodium or nedocromil. Learn what you need to know about these medications so you can improve your asthma.

Cromolyn Sodium And Nedocromil: What You Need to Know
If your asthma is poorly controlled or you cannot tolerate some standard treatments, your doctor may prescribe cromolyn sodium or nedocromil. Learn what you need to know about these medications so you can improve your asthma.

What Is the Role of Singulair (Monteleukast) in Asthma?
Singulair is in a class of medications called leukotriene modifiers. This class of drugs is one of the potential add on drugs for your asthma regimen. Learn what it does, how it works, if you might benefit and potential side effects.

What Is the Role of Singulair (Monteleukast) in Asthma?
Singulair is in a class of medications called leukotriene modifiers. This class of drugs is one of the potential add on drugs for your asthma regimen. Learn what it does, how it works, if you might benefit and potential side effects.

What Is the Role of Singulair (Monteleukast) in Asthma?
Singulair is in a class of medications called leukotriene modifiers. This class of drugs is one of the potential add on drugs for your asthma regimen. Learn what it does, how it works, if you might benefit and potential side effects.

What Xolair Side Effects Should I Be Concerned With?
Do you know the Xolair side effects that might effect you? Read about the risks and what you need to watch out for.

Flovent and Asthma- What You Need To Know About Flovent
Flovent is an inhaled steroid used in the treatment of asthma. What you need to know about indications, formulations, safety information and how to get the most out of your Flovent.

Flovent and Asthma- What You Need To Know About Flovent
Flovent is an inhaled steroid used in the treatment of asthma. What you need to know about indications, formulations, safety information and how to get the most out of your Flovent.

Flovent and Asthma- What You Need To Know About Flovent
Flovent is an inhaled steroid used in the treatment of asthma. What you need to know about indications, formulations, safety information and how to get the most out of your Flovent.

What Is Xolair Anaphylaxis?
Do you know your risk for Xolair anaphylaxis or what to do if you experience Xolair anaphylaxis? Learn more about your risk and what to do if you think you are experiencing xolair anaphylaxis.

What Are Common Inhaled Corticosteroids Side Effects?
Do you know what inhaled corticosteroids side effects you need to watch out for? Learn what you need to know.

What Is a Black Box Warning?
A black box warning helps ensure that drug labeling is clear, consistent and provides essential information asthma providers need to know when prescribing a medication for you.

What Are Inhaled Corticosteroids?
What are inhaled corticosteroids? How do they work? What are the side effects? Learn what you need to know and do to get better control of your asthma.

What Are Inhaled Corticosteroids?
What are inhaled corticosteroids? How do they work? What are the side effects? Learn what you need to know and do to get better control of your asthma.

What Are Inhaled Corticosteroids?
What are inhaled corticosteroids? How do they work? What are the side effects? Learn what you need to know and do to get better control of your asthma.

Asthma & Pregnancy- My Asthma Treatment During Pregnancy
What happens to my asthma when I become pregnant? It is the rule of thirds-a third of women's asthma symptoms will worsen, a third will improve, and a third will remain the same. While there is very little risk to babies in well controlled asthma, a number of complications are possible with poorly controlled asthma. Visit this page from the American College of Allergy, Asthma

Asthma Inhaler Overuse - How Do You Keep from Overusing Your …
Using your quick-relief asthma inhaler is a sign of poor control of your asthma. Are there things that help you prevent overuse of your asthma inhaler?

What Are Common Inhaled Corticosteroids Side Effects?
Do you know what inhaled corticosteroids side effects you need to watch out for? Learn what you need to know.

What Are Common Inhaled Corticosteroids Side Effects?
Do you know what inhaled corticosteroids side effects you need to watch out for? Learn what you need to know.

Asthma Medications- Understanding Your Medications
Many different types of medications can be used to treat your asthma. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology provides this overview of the different types of medications, when they might be used, and possible side effects. Better understanding your medications may help you get better control of your asthma.

HFA Inhaler- What Do You Think About Your HFA Inhaler?
HFA inhalers are here to stay, but many of you are unhappy about it. What do you think about the HFA inhalers?

What Types of Asthma Medication Are Used to Treat Asthma?
Your doctor has an arsenal of potential medications to treat your asthma. You need to understand which medications you should be on, how and when to take your asthma medication, and the potential side effects.

Pulmicort and Asthma
Pulmicort is a controller medication for asthma. Learn about the indications, side effects, and other important aspects of this asthma medication.

Can Treating Allergy Symptoms Improve My Asthma?
Will treating my allergy symptoms improve my asthma? It just might. The About.com allergy site provides information regarding the link between common allergic conditions like allergic rhinitis and asthma.

Qvar & Asthma
Qvar is an inhaled steroid used to treat asthma. Learn about how Qvar works, when it is indicated, and potential side effects of Qvar.

What Types of Asthma Medication Are Used to Treat Asthma?
Your doctor has an arsenal of potential medications to treat your asthma. You need to understand which medications you should be on, how and when to take your asthma medication, and the potential side effects.

What Types of Asthma Medication Are Used to Treat Asthma?
Your doctor has an arsenal of potential medications to treat your asthma. You need to understand which medications you should be on, how and when to take your asthma medication, and the potential side effects.

Pulmicort and Asthma
Pulmicort is a controller medication for asthma. Learn about the indications, side effects, and other important aspects of this asthma medication.

GERD and Asthma- Home Strategies To Keep GERD From Worsening Your Asthma
GERD can make your asthma worse, but many patients do not want yet another medication. Share your strategies for keeping GERD from worsening your asthma.

Oral Steroids For Your Asthma
Oral steroids or systemic corticosteroids are just on of the many possible treatments for your asthma. Learn about why you may need oral steroids and potential side effects.

Qvar & Asthma
Qvar is an inhaled steroid used to treat asthma. Learn about how Qvar works, when it is indicated, and potential side effects of Qvar.

What Is Advair Diskus?
Learn about about Advair Diskus and its role in your asthma.

Is Over the Counter Asthma Medication Available in the U.S.?
Are there over the counter asthma medication option in lieu of more expensive prescription medication. Learn about the risks and benefits of over the counter asthma medication.

Common Asthma Medicines
Learn about common asthma medicines with these asthma drug profiles. Learn what you need to know about your asthma medicine.

Oral Steroids For Your Asthma
Oral steroids or systemic corticosteroids are just on of the many possible treatments for your asthma. Learn about why you may need oral steroids and potential side effects.

Antihistamines and Your Asthma
Antihistamines prevent and control your allergy symptoms and may help you get better control of your asthma. Learn about the indications and potential side effects.

How to Avoid Steroids For Asthma
If you are needing frequent steroids for your asthma, you may need these 5 tips to help get your asthma under better control.

What Is Advair Diskus?
Learn about about Advair Diskus and its role in your asthma.

Theophylline
Theophylline is an important asthma medication, even if a little old. Learn what you need to know and watch for if you are on theophylline.

Immunomodulator and Your Asthma
Do you know if an immunomodulator will improve your asthma? What do you know about the indications and side effects of an immunomodulator? Read more to determine if an immunomodulator is right for you.

Asthma Control Drugs
Your asthma control drug is essential to your asthma control plan. Learn about the different asthma control drugs available to you.

4 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Using OTC Asthma Medication
OTC asthma medications create questions for many patients. Consider asking yourself these 4 questions before using an OTC asthma medication.

Common Asthma Medicines
Learn about common asthma medicines with these asthma drug profiles. Learn what you need to know about your asthma medicine.

Asthmanefrin: OTC Asthma Inhaler
OTC asthma inhalers are available again after the Primatene Mist ban became effective. Learn what you need to know about the new otc asthma inhaler.

LABA Bronchodilator: Long Acting Beta Agonist (LABA) Provides…
LABA bronchodilators can be an important part of your asthma care plan, but there are some safety concerns you need to be aware of. Learn what you need to know about LABAs.

LABA Bronchodilator: Long Acting Beta Agonist (LABA) Provides…
LABA bronchodilators can be an important part of your asthma care plan, but there are some safety concerns you need to be aware of. Learn what you need to know about LABAs.

Black Box Warnings- What Happens When If your Medications Have Black Box...
How do you feel when your medication has a black box warning?

Prednisone Side Effects
Prednisone has many potential side effects- What do you need to know?

Symbicort
Symbicort is an important part of your asthma plan. Learn about the indications, side effects, and other important asthma information.

Albuterol Inhaler: Medication Guide For Albuterol Inhaler
A medication guide for the albuterol inhaler. Learn about uses of albuterol, how your doctor may prescribe albuterol, and what the possible side effects and drug interactions might be.

Imunotherapy: What You Need To Know
Immunotherapy is one of the may potential treatments for your asthma. Like other medications, immunotherapy has both risks and benefits. Learn about the benefits of immunotherapy, what you need to consider before embarking on this treatment, and if you might be a candidate.

Antihistamines and Your Asthma
Antihistamines prevent and control your allergy symptoms and may help you get better control of your asthma. Learn about the indications and potential side effects.

Theophylline
Theophylline is an important asthma medication, even if a little old. Learn what you need to know and watch for if you are on theophylline.

Immunomodulator and Your Asthma
Do you know if an immunomodulator will improve your asthma? What do you know about the indications and side effects of an immunomodulator? Read more to determine if an immunomodulator is right for you.

Asthma Control Drugs
Your asthma control drug is essential to your asthma control plan. Learn about the different asthma control drugs available to you.

Symbicort
Symbicort is an important part of your asthma plan. Learn about the indications, side effects, and other important asthma information.

Rescue Medications
Rescue medications are an important part of your asthma care plan with different medications utilized in different clinical settings. Learn how these medications work, when they might be used, and important side effects to look for.

Advair and Symbicort: Combination Asthma Inhalers
Combination inhaler combine 2 different asthma medications into one inhaler. It is important to consider both the benefits as well as the potential side effects of such treatment.

Asthma Treatment
Your asthma treatment is based on close monitoring of symptoms, avoiding asthma triggers, and medications. Learn about methods for monitoring your asthma, the importance of developing an asthma care plan with your health care provider, and the medications used to treat asthma.

Albuterol Inhaler: Medication Guide For Albuterol Inhaler
A medication guide for the albuterol inhaler. Learn about uses of albuterol, how your doctor may prescribe albuterol, and what the possible side effects and drug interactions might be.

LABA Bronchodilator: Long Acting Beta Agonist (LABA) Provides…
LABA bronchodilators can be an important part of your asthma care plan, but there are some safety concerns you need to be aware of. Learn what you need to know about LABAs.

Albuterol Inhaler: Medication Guide For Albuterol Inhaler
A medication guide for the albuterol inhaler. Learn about uses of albuterol, how your doctor may prescribe albuterol, and what the possible side effects and drug interactions might be.

Albuterol and SABAs: How They Treat Acute Asthma Symptoms
Albuterol and other short acting beta agonists (SABA) provide quick relief for asthma symptoms. Learn what albuterol and other SABAs do, how they work, and what side effects you need to look for.

Allergist and Asthma: What Is an Allergist?
What is an allergist? What disease does an allergist treat? What are the advantages of using an allergist to treat your asthma?

HFA Inhaler and Asthma: Is Your New HFA Inhaler Different Than Your O…
There have been many complaints regarding the new HFA inhalers ranging from not effective to they taste bad. Learn more about your HFA inhaler.

Asthma Specialist Versus Primary Care: Do I Need to See an As…
How do I know if I need an asthma specialist? Why should i be referred to an asthma specialist? Is the care from an asthma specialist better?

What Are the Common Albuterol Side Effects Seen With Quick Re…
Understanding side effects of all your asthma medications is nearly as important as understanding how to take your medications. You need to know the symptoms and what to do about albuterol side effects.

Advair and Symbicort: Combination Asthma Inhalers
Combination inhaler combine 2 different asthma medications into one inhaler. It is important to consider both the benefits as well as the potential side effects of such treatment.

Advair and Symbicort: Combination Asthma Inhalers
Combination inhaler combine 2 different asthma medications into one inhaler. It is important to consider both the benefits as well as the potential side effects of such treatment.

Asthma Medications- Understanding Your Medications
Many different types of medications can be used to treat your asthma. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology provides this overview of the different types of medications, when they might be used, and possible side effects. Better understanding your medications may help you get better control of your asthma.

Pulmicort and Asthma
Pulmicort is a controller medication for asthma. Learn about the indications, side effects, and other important aspects of this asthma medication.

Asthma & Pregnancy- My Asthma Treatment During Pregnancy
What happens to my asthma when I become pregnant? It is the rule of thirds-a third of women's asthma symptoms will worsen, a third will improve, and a third will remain the same. While there is very little risk to babies in well controlled asthma, a number of complications are possible with poorly controlled asthma. Visit this page from the American College of Allergy, Asthma

Albuterol and SABAs: How They Treat Acute Asthma Symptoms
Albuterol and other short acting beta agonists (SABA) provide quick relief for asthma symptoms. Learn what albuterol and other SABAs do, how they work, and what side effects you need to look for.

Qvar & Asthma
Qvar is an inhaled steroid used to treat asthma. Learn about how Qvar works, when it is indicated, and potential side effects of Qvar.

Albuterol and SABAs: How They Treat Acute Asthma Symptoms
Albuterol and other short acting beta agonists (SABA) provide quick relief for asthma symptoms. Learn what albuterol and other SABAs do, how they work, and what side effects you need to look for.

Everything You Need To Know About Xolair (Omalizumab)
Xolair (omalizumab) is a medication used to treat allergic asthma when your doctor is having problems controlling your symptoms with other medication. Learn what you need to know about Xolair (omalizumab) including indications, how it works and important side effects.

Oral Steroids For Your Asthma
Oral steroids or systemic corticosteroids are just on of the many possible treatments for your asthma. Learn about why you may need oral steroids and potential side effects.

What Is Advair Diskus?
Learn about about Advair Diskus and its role in your asthma.

Symbicort
Symbicort is an important part of your asthma plan. Learn about the indications, side effects, and other important asthma information.

Common Asthma Medicines
Learn about common asthma medicines with these asthma drug profiles. Learn what you need to know about your asthma medicine.

Theophylline
Theophylline is an important asthma medication, even if a little old. Learn what you need to know and watch for if you are on theophylline.

Immunomodulator and Your Asthma
Do you know if an immunomodulator will improve your asthma? What do you know about the indications and side effects of an immunomodulator? Read more to determine if an immunomodulator is right for you.

Asthma Control Drugs
Your asthma control drug is essential to your asthma control plan. Learn about the different asthma control drugs available to you.

Antihistamines and Your Asthma
Antihistamines prevent and control your allergy symptoms and may help you get better control of your asthma. Learn about the indications and potential side effects.

Asthmanefrin Safety Concerns
Asthmanefrin is an otc asthma product for the treatment of mild asthma symptoms.

What Is Asthma Medication Adherence?
Taking your medication is an essential part of your asthma care. There are a number of factors related to your medication that may increase or decrease the likelihood that you will take your medication correcly.

What You Need To Do To Control Asthma
To control asthma you will need a great partner. Not only will your doctor guide and educate, but you will need to put in effort as well.

8 Signs And Symptoms Of Asthma Indicating You Need Emergency Care
Because asthma deaths are on the rise, it is essential you know when to seek emergency care. Learn what you need to know about identifying your asthma emergency.

Do I Need Use A Spacer For My Asthma?
An asthma spacer is essential in making sure you deliver the right amount of medication to you lungs. Don't let all of your medication end up in the back of your throat. Learn why you will have difficulty in getting good control without one.

Smoking Is A Habit
For some patients smoking has become a powerful, difficult habit to break. These tips will not only help you break your smoking habit, but also develop more positive ways to deal with your issues..

Tips To Quit Smoking When You Have Asthma
Quitting smoking is hard! Quitting smoking when you have asthma is not necessarily any easier. You may even have more guilt due to your lung condition. This article provide actionable strategies to get you through the rough spots.

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