Asthma is a respiratory condition in which your airways narrow and swell and it becomes hard to breathe. Genetics is a major cause of asthma, but it can also be caused by smoking, allergens in the air, or another underlying respiratory illness.
Some of the most common signs and symptoms of asthma include:
- Asthma attacks
- Shortness of breath
There are treatments for asthma that can help minimize the symptoms you’re experiencing and keep them better managed. Treatments like a portable nebulizer machine can provide symptom relief so that you can get on with your day. TruNeb™ offers an especially convenient option for nebulizers that you can take anywhere and use anytime.
Treating Asthma can be challenging but there are a few asthma treatment options available to you.
Nebulizers are a way to get your asthma medication into your lungs to relieve your symptoms. The way a nebulizer machine works is that it turns your medication from liquid into a mist so that you can inhale it. Then you will inhale your medication through a mouthpiece or mask. With nebulizer treatment, you’ll get a continuous mist of your meds which you’ll breathe in for about 5 to 7 minutes, sometimes longer, depending on your doctor’s instructions.
Our TruNeb™ nebulizer treatment is a portable mesh nebulizer, that you can take on the go. This makes it so much easier to get relief from your asthma symptoms when you really need them most. Find out why so many people have called TruNeb™ the best nebulizer for asthma.
Inhalers are a common treatment for asthma patients. With an inhaler, your doctor will prescribe you a medication that can be used with your inhaler. Sometimes asthma patients will need a combination of medications in their inhaler.
If your asthma is a result of another illness – like allergies or COPD – you might benefit from pills or another form of medication. For example, allergy medications can assist in clearing up your airways. This will help to relieve symptoms of your asthma such as wheezing and shortness of breath.
Inhaler vs. Nebulizer for Asthma
People often wonder what the difference is between nebulizers and inhalers for asthma. Both options turn medicine from a liquid form into a mist.
As we mentioned earlier, a nebulizer treatment machine gives off a continuous mist for 5-7 (or more) minutes while you breathe it in. On the other hand, an inhaler provides brief bursts of mist that you breathe in. Most doctors prescribe between 1 and 3 puffs a few times a day for asthma, or as needed for your particular situation.
Why is TruNeb™ the Best Nebulizer for Asthma?
Our advanced nebulizer is designed for hassle-free use and maximum convenience for all ages. It’s the simplest nebulizer for everyone and anyone to use. Nebulizers can help people who suffer from asthma by reducing the number and severity of attacks, and allowing you to manage your breathing better. Learn why people are calling TruNeb™ the best nebulizer for asthma.
Try our TruNeb™ nebulizer risk-free today. If you’re not 100% satisfied with your purchase, we’ll refund you or send a replacement within 30 days.