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Asthma Inhaler Asthma Inhaler

Order online asthma inhalers.

Fill in a questionnaire and one of our doctors will review your order and prescribe a treatment.

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Complete your order in 3 simple steps

Complete your order in 3 simple steps
Select your treatment
1. Select your treatment

Select the medical condition that is right for you

Medical questionnaire
2. Medical questionnaire

Answer a 2-minutes questionnaire about your health, our doctor will then recommend a treatment and issue a prescription

Next day discreet delivery
3. Next day discreet delivery

Choose the dosage & quantity to complete your order, and the medicine will be dispensed by our pharmacy

16 January
Great companyy
I will definitely order againn!!
Jennifer Morrow
15 January
Got my life back
Got my life back and this without embarrassing conversations.
Lexie Halliday
14 January
I was worried about using this service…
I was worried about using this service and had my doubts about ordering from the internet, BUT what a great service. Will be using it again and again.
Louise Robson
20 December
Quick an discreet
Ordered in the evening got it delivered the next morning. I am not sure there is a quicker way. Also medication came in perfect condition.
Roxanne Henderson
19 December
Great company.
Fast, next day delivery
Mollie Stevenson

    What is Asthma?

    Bronchial Asthma or asthma, in short, is a widespread, serious respiratory disease. This condition is a chronic, long-lasting disease that can occur at any age. It affects five percent of adults and ten percent of children worldwide. In contrast to children, where asthma symptoms are usually allergic and not permanent, 30 to 50 percent of adults endure bronchial asthma as a chronic, inflammatory disease of the respiratory tract and not as an allergy. In both cases, asthma patients suffer from unpleasant, dangerous shortness of breath.

    This respiratory tract disease cannot be cured. However, the symptoms of asthma can be alleviated and controlled through medication. There are two different types of asthma, namely allergic and chronic. At Apomeds, you can order an online follow-up prescription for the most effective products that combat the symptoms of asthma!


    Allergic Asthma

    In the case of allergic asthma, the immune system reacts excessively and fiercely to external stimuli. Also, you may experience strong reactions to allergy-inducing substances in the environment, the so-called allergens, like pollen, house dust mites, and animal hair or mold spores. The immune systems of healthy people who do not suffer from asthma do not respond to these harmless substances. However, the body of a person with allergic asthma reacts with extreme resistance to these allergens, the respiratory muscles cramp and breathing is severely impeded. An allergy to pollen is also referred to as a seasonal allergy, since symptoms usually only occur in certain seasons, mainly during spring and summer.


    Chronic Asthma

    Unfortunately, bronchial asthma is not seasonal and there is no cure for this disease. In people with chronic asthma, the bronchial system is permanently inflamed, over-excited, sensitive, and in constant readiness to defend itself from various external factors. Just like in the case of allergic asthma, the bronchi and bronchioles of an asthmatic are hypersensitive to harmless external stimuli and influences (allergens, smoke, or dust) and react with an extreme defense response of the respiratory tract. During an asthma attack, your lower respiratory tract narrows, the mucous membranes in the bronchial walls swell and a lot of persistent mucus develops, which you can only cough up with difficulty.


    Asthma Symptoms – Asthma Attack

    As a result of an acute narrowing of the lower respiratory tract, the main symptoms of bronchial asthma include

    • Sudden shortness of breath, which often occurs at night or early in the morning.
    • Exhalation is particularly difficult and is accompanied by whistling breath sounds, the so-called gumming.
    • Coughing and coughing-fits
    • Strong wheezing when breathing,
    • Difficulties speaking
    • Tightness in the chest
    Other signs of bronchial asthma include pain behind the breastbone, difficulty breathing out and a dry cough. Such characteristic asthma symptoms often occur even after physical exertion. However, an asthma attack that leads to acute respiratory obstruction and shortness of breath can occur at any time. In most cases, the shortness of breath and difficulty breathing quickly leads to anxiety, nausea and panic attacks. Still, the intensity and frequency of the seizures vary from person to person.

    The symptoms of bronchitis, bronchial carcinoma, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are similar to those of asthma, but asthma persists throughout life.


    Asthma Inhaler

    There are three types of asthma sprays that use different mechanisms to release the drug. These are:

    • Dosage inhalers (MDIs)
    • MDIs with a spacer that gives more time to inhale the drug
    • Dry powder inhalers

    The most widely used asthma products are the brown inhaler (prevention) and the blue spray (for asthma attacks and/or prevention).


    Asthma Sprays at Apomeds

    Apomed has the following asthma sprays in its assortment:

    If you already use an asthma spray, you can order an online follow-up prescription at Apomeds. We will have the product delivered directly to your home, along with the prescription, within 48 hours!


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