The Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler is a medicine that belongs to a group of medicines called bronchodilators,
These work by relaxing the muscles in your lungs, to help relieve and prevent asthma symptoms brought on by different triggers such as, exercise, dust, pollen, dogs, cats, cold temperatures and cigarette smoke.
When you use your Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler, remember to first breath as slowly as possible and follow the below steps from the patient user manual
Remove the dustcap, shake the inhaler 3 to 5 times whilst keeping the inhaler in the upright position, (if you accidentally click the inhaler prior to shaking it, remove the powder from the mouthpiece)
Keep holding the inhaler upright, press down on the top part until you hear a click, this will indicate that a dose has been released. (Only click down once, if you click more than one time, empty the powder from the mouthpiece)
Whilst still holding the inhaler upright, exhale normally, place the mouthpiece into your mouth between your teeth and close your lips tightly around the mouthpiece to create a seal, take a strong deep breath in, hold your breath for at least 5 seconds and then exhale normally.
If you require another inhalation, please repeat steps listed above,
If you require further instructions on use, please consult the patient information leaflet.
The effects of the Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler are between 4-6 hours, this will vary between individual.
The Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler is classified as a “reliever” inhaler, meaning you should take it as soon as you start to experience symptoms of asthma such as breathlessness, wheezing, and coughing.
Always follow the dosage advised by your GP or prescriber,
If you ever in doubt about dosage, please refer to the patient information leaflet.
As with all medication, there is a list of side effects that could effect you.
Some more common side effects of the Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler are:
Side effects that are uncommon are:
The more rare side effects you may experience are as follows:
As with all medication, this list is not comprehensive, please see the patient information leaflet for a more complete list,
If you believe you are experiencing severe symptoms, please consult a medical professional.
If you take more than the recommended dose, it is suggested that you contact your doctor immediately,
Some symptoms you may experience are a faster heart beat than usual and you may feel shaky.
Typically these symptoms pass within a few hours.
There have been no studies that show that the Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler has any negative effects with alcohol or food.
The Easyhaler salbutamol inhaler has interactions with certain drugs such as,
If you have any concerns as to whether any medication you are taking will effect your Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler, you should consult your GP.
If you are pregnant or trying to get pregnant speak to your GP before starting this course of treatment.
Consult your doctor before using the inhaler if you have any heart problems, you can also speak to your pharmacist or nurse if you have any questions about your asthma.
Yes, you can legally buy inhalers online from registered prescribers such as e-Surgery. Always make sure you check for the green GPhC logo anytime you buy Salbutamol inhalers online or other medicines. You can use the GPhC website to check if a pharmacy is registered. This ensures that when you buy Salbutamol inhalers online they are genuine.
If you have questions regarding your Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler, please refer to the patient information leaflet,
If the question you have is not answered, please do not hesitate to use our completely free Ask-A-Pharmacist service, we are always happy to help.
If you choose to buy your Salbutamol inhaler online with e-Surgery prices start from £12.95 This includes the cost of a private prescription.
e-Surgery uses Royal Mail delivery with choices starting from Royal Mail 48 tracked delivery, Royal Mail tracked 24 and Royal Mail 1pm special delivery (discover more about e-Surgery delivery). When you buy inhalers online they will arrive in discreet, recyclable packaging at a delivery address of your choice. Find out to recycle packaging from e-Surgery.
The e-Surgery health hub has advice, guidance, and updates on all areas of health, wellness, and pharmacy. You might find these resources useful:
Your Easyhaler Salbutamol inhaler should be stored in a cool dry place, and ensure it is not exposed to temperatures exceeding 25°C
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