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Is Proair HFA used to treat exercise-induced breathing problems?

Yes, Proair HFA can be prescribed to help prevent breathing problems brought on by exercise. Your doctor may prescribe a certain number of puffs of Proair HFA to be taken 15 to 30 minutes before you exercise. These doses help to prevent the muscles in your airways from tightening and restricting the flow of air to your lungs during and after exercise.

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