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Airomir contains a bronchodilator that opens up the airways and allows for easier breathing. It can make you feel more relaxed, less breathless, and less wheezy.
Before you start taking this medication, your doctor or nurse will show you how to use the inhaler properly. Start by holding the inhaler at the bottom with the mouthpiece on the top. Then, remove the cover. The inhaler should be shaken vigorously. Next, breathe in slowly but not completely. Finally, place the mouthpiece in your mouth by closing your lips. Start to inhale slowly and deeply through your mouth. Next, press down on the inhaler's canister. You will be able to inhale a puff. Hold this for 10 seconds. After using the mouthpiece, slowly exhale and replace it with a cover.
If you can't hear or feel the liquid inside the inhaler, you will know when it needs to be replaced. To avoid medication leaking, make sure to clean your inhaler at least once per week.
One or two puffs is the recommended dosage. You should wait four hours after taking two puffs. Also, you should not take more than 8 puffs within 24 hours. If your symptoms do not improve after you have taken the maximum dose, you should consult your physician.
You should not take Airomir more than you need. Contact your doctor immediately. Overdose can cause your heart to beat faster, make you dizzy, weaker, or give you headaches.
If you are allergic to any of the other ingredients of this medicine or to any other medicine;
If you have thyroid problems;
If you have diabetes;
If you have severe heart disease;
If you suffer from an irregular heartbeat or high blood pressure;
If you have acute severe asthma;
If you lack oxygen in the body;
If you have a history of heart disease or angina;
If you are taking any prescription, non-prescription or herbal medicine; or
If you are pregnant, trying to be pregnant or breastfeeding.
Airomir may cause the following side effects:
Shaking of the hands
If any of these or other side effects persist or worsen, such as worsening of breathing ability, or swelling of the face or skin reactions, then consult your doctor immediately.
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