Asthma is a condition that makes it hard to breathe. Asthma makes people's airwaysthose large and small tubes that bring air into your lungstighten and become narrow. People who have asthma may:1
That's why you need to talk with your healthcare provider if you have any of the symptoms above. Your healthcare provider can diagnose you and prescribe treatment to help you control asthma.
ProAir® HFA is a quick-relief inhaler, recommended for the treatment of asthma.2 In fact, ProAir® HFA is the # 1 prescribed quick-relief inhaler in the U.S.3 And it comes with a convenient dose counter that tells you:2
Click to find out more about what makes the ProAir® HFA inhaler different.
People with asthma have airways that are irritated and are sensitive to asthma triggers that can lead to an asthma attack. During an asthma attack your airways can become narrow or get closed off.1 An asthma attack is also called an exacerbation.1
Some common asthma triggers are:1
The ProAir® HFA quick-relief inhaler works by delivering medicine that helps relax the muscles around the airways.1 But not all inhalers are the same.
The ProAir® HFA inhaler delivers a warmer, less forceful, longer-duration spray to give you more time to inhale your medicine.4 Find out here how the ProAir® HFA inhaler is designed with you in mind.
ProAir® HFA (albuterol sulfate) Inhalation Aerosol is indicated in patients 4 years of age and older for the treatment or prevention of bronchospasm with reversible obstructive airway disease and for the prevention of exercise-induced bronchospasm.
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