Using Asthma Medications

  1. Asthma Controller Medicines - Leukotriene Modifiers

    The newest drugs to join the asthma controller lineup are called leukotriene modifiers.

  2. Asthma Medications and Emotional Side Effects

    Although medications can successfully treat asthma symptoms, they may also have side effects that leave you feeling jittery.

  3. Asthma: HFA Inhalers

    Your new inhaler is better for the environment and just as good for your asthma as your old inhaler.

  4. Common Questions About Corticosteroids

    Here's where to find out more about these important asthma medications.

  5. Inhalers and Nebulizers

    Inhalers deliver medication directly to the lungs with less side effects than medication taken by mouth or injection.

  6. Is My Asthma Medicine Working?

    To make sure that you are getting the most benefit from your asthma medicines, here are questions to ask yourself.

  7. Questions About Asthma Medication

    It's good to learn as much as you can about your asthma medications.

  8. Treatment for Allergy

    The three most effective ways to treat allergies are avoidance, immunotherapy, and medication.

  9. Treatment for Asthma

    Two types of medication are used to treat asthma: long-term control medication and short-term, quick-relief medication.

  10. What Is Immunotherapy?

    Immunotherapy is a treatment to reduce a person’s allergic reaction to allergens such as pet dander, bee stings or pollen.

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