Information About Asthalin Respules
Asthalin Respules belong to a class of drugs known as fast-acting bronchodilators or “relievers.” It is used to treat asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath.
Asthalin Respules are called “reliever” inhalers because they give you quick relief from breathing problems when you need it. In most cases, you will be given another inhaler to prevent your symptoms (a “preventer”) and you should use this regularly every day. Asthalin Respules work quickly and the effects can last several hours. You can use it at any time of day, but only use it when you notice symptoms, such as coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, tightness in the chest or you know that you are going to do an activity that can cause breathlessness. When an asthma attack happens, you should take the number of puffs your doctor recommends.There are several sorts of inhaler devices, so make sure you understand how to use yours appropriately; otherwise, it may not work. Do not stop taking this medication unless instructed to do so by your doctor. Your respiratory issues may worsen if you stop.
Asthalin Respules is typically safe and effective, but it can induce tremors, headaches, palpitations, viral respiratory tract infections, and cough. These side effects are rarely harmful and should eventually improve as your body adjusts to this medication. There are also rare adverse effects, and you should contact your doctor right away if you get chest pain, a severe headache, or severe dizziness.
To ensure that Asthalin Respules is safe for you, notify your doctor if you have high blood pressure, an overactive thyroid gland, a history of heart issues, diabetes, or low potassium levels in your blood. Also, before taking this medication, inform your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Because this medication may cause dizziness or shakiness, avoid driving, using tools, or operating machinery until you feel better. Avoid smoking since it damages your lungs and worsens your illness.
Asthalin Respules Uses
- Treatment of Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Treatment and prevention of Asthma
Asthalin Respules Benefits
In Treatment of Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
Bronchodilators, such as Asthalin Respules, keep your lungs’ airways open. They act by relaxing the airway muscles. This facilitates the passage of air in and out. It will help you carry out your regular activities more easily by relieving symptoms such as chest tightness, shortness of breath, wheezing, and coughing. This medication is both safe and effective. It normally takes a few minutes to start working, and the effects might linger for several hours. Do not stop using it until your doctor tells you to.
In Treatment and prevention of Asthma
When taken before exercise or exposure to certain “triggers,” Asthalin Respules can help avoid the development of an asthma attack. House dust, pollen, pets, and cigarette smoke are examples of these. This medication will allow you to exercise more freely without fear of experiencing symptoms like wheezing, coughing, or shortness of breath. It enables you to live your life more freely without being concerned about things that trigger your symptoms.
Asthalin Respules Side Effects
Most side effects do not require any medical attention and disappear as your body adjusts to the medicine. Consult your doctor if they persist or if you’re worried about them
Common side effects of Asthalin
- Increased heart rate
- Muscle cramp
- Respiratory tract inflammation
- Respiratory tract infection
How to Use Asthalin Respules
Use this medication in the dosage and period recommended by your doctor. Before using, read the label carefully. Squeeze all of the liquid into the nebulizer by twisting off the top of the respule/transpule. It should be used as soon as it is opened.
Q1. Can I smoke if I am taking Asthalin Respules?
No, smoking is not permitted when using Asthalin Respules. Cigarette smoking affects the lungs. The medication may make breathing more difficult, especially in asthmatic people. If you are having difficulty quitting smoking, seek guidance from your doctor.
Q2. When should I start taking Asthalin Respules?
Asthalin Respules should be used as needed. Asthalin Respules reduces asthma symptoms such as coughing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness. You can also use it to prevent asthma attacks in situations where you know they are likely to occur (for example, after hard exercise or unavoidable allergen exposure).
Q3. I’ve recently begun taking Asthalin Respules and am suffering headaches and shakiness. Is this due to Asthalin Respules, and will it go away?
Yes, Asthalin Respules could be to blame. Shaky feeling is a common side effect of Asthalin Respules that goes away after a while. Drink plenty of water, get plenty of rest, and avoid alcohol if you have a headache. Headaches usually go gone after a week. If they persist for an extended period of time, consult your doctor.