Best inhalers for treating COPD and asthma

Symbicort inhaler and Spiriva inhaler are approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) for treatment of airflow obstruction, caused due to conditions like asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or even emphysema.

Symbicort inhaler comes in two variants with the Symbicort 160/4.5 for patients who are suffering from COPD and Symbicort 80/4.5 or 160/4.5 for patients who have asthma. Most common COPD related adverse reactions include nasopharyngitis, upper respiratory tract infection, sinusitis, bronchitis, oral candidiasis for which the inhaler 160/4.5 is recommended by medical professionals. Dosage recommendations for COPD include two inhalations, administered in the morning and evening.

Symbicort happens to be the most commonly used inhaler for people who are suffering from asthma. It has a lower respiratory flow requirement when compared to your dry powder inhaler and can also be used without a spacer. Spacers help the medication pump into the lungs for maximum effect. However, there is no need for one when using the Symbicort inhaler. The recommended dosage for patients who are 12 years and older include two inhalations, one administered in the morning and the other in the evening.

Excessive use of any inhaler medication will lead to the accumulation of formoterol which can lead to complications if accumulation is above the dosage determined safe. This is why follow dosage and usage directions as instructed by your physician to ensure proper administration of the medication.

Spiriva inhaler is available in three variants mainly for people who are suffering from COPD and asthma. Symbicort inhaler or Spiriva both are handy when it comes to tackling associated respiratory disorders which is why there is an ongoing debate when it comes to the Symbicort inhaler or Spiriva inhaler and handihaler.

Spiriva Respimat is not a rescue medication, which means it should not be used for sudden breathing problems. Any inhaler for that matter is it Symbicort inhaler or Spiriva inhaler should be used in the recommended dosage for COPD or asthma-related problems and their associated symptoms.

Spiriva inhaler for patients who are suffering from COPD help keep the airways open due to the slow moving mist medication as opposed to using dry powder inhaler. There are a few noticeable side effects of using a Symbicort inhaler or Spiriva inhaler, but these are mild discomforts which will go away in a couple of hours after the medication takes effect. However, if symptoms do persist, visit your local physician to determine the exact cause of the same.

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