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I was diagnosed with asthma when I was 23. Now I am 35 years old and over these years, I have had every kind of test and been put on every medication known for asthma. My most effective companion so far has been albuterol which I use a lot; sometimes more than the prescribed dosage. Albuterol has been the most effective so far but the only concern is that I use it far too much. I am also aware about the blunder I am committing but according to me, it’s better than frequenting ER which I still do every three months. Well, if there is any medicine that might worked better or as good as albuterol please let me know.
According to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Albuterol is not recommended for repetitive use. If you use your albuterol inhaler two or more days a week to relieve asthma symptoms or if you have to use it repeatedly to control symptoms, your asthma is not well-controlled. You should talk with your doctor about changing your long-term asthma treatment medication. The right medications for you depend on a number of things, including your age, your symptoms, your asthma triggers and what seems to work best to keep your asthma under control. Preventive, long-term control medications reduce the inflammation in your airways that leads to symptoms. Do you have a long-term asthma control medication? These medications, which you generally take daily, are the cornerstone of asthma treatment. They keep asthma under control on a daily basis and make lessens chance of you have an asthma attack. Long-term control medications include inhaled corticosteroids, leukotriene modifiers, long-acting beta agonists, combination inhalers, and theophylline, a daily pill that helps keep the airways open by relaxing the muscles around the airways. Find out what works best for you.