Now You Can Breathe Easy
Do you have asthma or COPD? Do you wake up every morning ready to face the war with your lungs? These issues can bring havoc to anyone’s life. They can put a damper on your exercise, work, or athletic activities. You have enough to battle in your life, so why battle with your medication on top of it? The Seratide Inhaler will come to your defense.
Where Do You Need the Cavalry to Come to Your Aid?
Think of the Seretide Inhaler as your own personal Cavalry. It works fast to attack those diseases that work hard to block your airway like COPD and Asthma. Seretide can be used by children to seniors in order to treat Asthma. It contains the anti-inflammatory, Fluticasone and Salmeterolxinafoate, known to block bronchospasms so your lungs can function like they are supposed to.
Inflammation can cause your airways to get congested with mucus. Your airways then tighten and hinder healthy oxygen from getting down to your lungs. Inflammation can be caused by something as simple as common irritants in the air. When these irritants get in, the passageways can also begin to swell. When you inhale Seretide, the active ingredients work hard to get you back to normal and you start to feel relief from your symptoms. Seretide provide up to 12 hours of relief from coughing, wheezing, tightness, and shortness of breath. You can finally get a good night sleep and make it through your day. Varying doses are available in the inhaler.
Working as a Team
The Seretide Inhaler is a long term treatment. As a result, you will be able to see results in a matter of weeks. It is usually used in the morning and in the evening to provide complete coverage. It can be stored out of direct sunlight and below 30 degrees Celsius. Although the Seretide Inhaler is very effective, some doctors and health care providers may suggest a team effort to battle your symptoms. They commonly choose to add a bronchodilator to this long term treatment to aid in the opening of your airways. These work great in the short term but should only be used under the direction of your medical provider. The use of the Seretide inhaler should also be monitored by your doctor. As with all medication, communication with your doctor is key to its success.