How Is a Corticosteriod Inhaler Used to Treat Asthma?

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Inhaled corticosteroids are safe and have changed the way we practice asthma in the United States and throughout the world. They're wonderful medication that reduce inflammation in the lungs that you don't see that's there to produce mucus and other things that affect asthma. So inhaled corticosteroid sprays are safe and effective and can be used for any age.

Including the use during child bearing age as well. So it's a revolutionary drug over the last three or four decades have changed the management of asthma, and it's very important to understand that inhaled medication are so much safer than oral medications such as oral steroids which people are sometimes afraid of.

Long term use it's got great safety data looking at some of the physical compounds in over 30 years and pediatrics data in terms of growth and other Thanks. It's important to have a dialogue with your physician about any medication you choose but, inhaled Corticosteroids are here to stay there are safe medications and they are extremely effective in children and adults.