How To Treat An Asthma Attack | What To Do During An Asthma Attack | Inhaler Treatment At Home

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Every ten seconds someone has a
potentially life threatening asthma attack so how to treat an asthma attack in both children and adults please like and share as you could save a life asthma attacks can be frightening, one of my close friends used to get them quite often during the winter so here’s what to do with them first sit down try and take slow steady breaths and remain calm panicking will
only make things worse next take 1 puff of your reliever inhaler
it’s usually the blue salbutamol one every 30 to 60 seconds for a maximum of
10 puffs try and use a spacer device if you have one so here’s a top pharmacist tip remember to shake the inhaler before every puff so the
medicine mixes with the propellant if you don’t you’re gonna get more propellant
coming out than medicine so it wont work as well think of it like when using deodorant or spray paint similar concept remember never be frightened to call for
help in an emergency even if it’s for advice call 999 for an ambulance if you
don’t have an inhaler or you feel worse or no better despite inhaling 10 puffs of your reliever inhaler if the ambulance
doesn’t arrive in 15 minutes of making the call repeat the inhaler process again so
that’s one puff of the blue salbutamol inhaler every 30 to 60 seconds for a maximum of
10 puffs and don’t forget to shake the inhaler before every puff so one in six
people treated in hospital for an asthma attack need hospital care again within
two weeks so it’s super important to see your GP or asthma nurse within 48 hours of
discharge or within 24 hours because your symptoms improved and you didn’t
need to go to hospital as they may need to adjust your treatment
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28 thoughts on “How To Treat An Asthma Attack | What To Do During An Asthma Attack | Inhaler Treatment At Home

  1. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else trying to find out natural asthma treatment try Stiklind Amazing Asthma Fixer (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my friend got great success with it.

  2. What happens if you don’t have an inhaler and one of your parents won’t take you to the hospital but your other parent works at the hospital and she told the other parents that if the child can’t breathe take her to the emergency room?Plus your other parent that works at the hospital has your inhaler?

  3. Thank you . use herbs as well i wwas asthmatic for the past 20 years now if free .The right herbs can cure Asthma forever .

  4. Asthma is a serious
    condition one should take care of. As an Ayurveda doctor, I believe natural
    herbs are more effective as compared to synthetic or chemicals. So I prescribe
    asthma care pack of Planet Ayurveda. It shows great results.

  5. Hi, my name is Jennifer Bray and I am 18 years old about to be 19. I am the Team Manager for the boy's soccer team at Griffin High school and I have asthma. I have had a couple of asthma attacks on away games, but I do not know who to talk to in case I get worse. Can the paramedics give me some fresh oxygen from the ambulance without me going to the hospital?

  6. I had one last night I wasn’t panicking but my chest hurt really bad and I could barely breath, then I told my mom

  7. My friend had mild asthma
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  8. Hi I suffered an asthma attack once and fainted luckily the ambulance were around the corner. I just wanted to know if it did ever get to that stage again where I've fainted what does my partner do in between then and the ambulance arriving. Thank you

  9. interesting points ,if anyone else needs to find out about asthma guidelines try Stiklind Amazing Asthma Fixer (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my brother in law got great results with it.

  10. अगर किसी व्यक्ति को दमा, अस्थमा यानि श्वांस सम्बन्धी परेशानी है, चाहे कितना भी पुराना रोग हो, पम्प (in-Heller) लेता हो या ऑक्सीजन सिलिंडर साथ रहता हो,
    ऐसे रोगी मुझसे सम्पर्क करें ।
    इलाज 100% आयुर्वेदिक एवं गारंटी के साथ किया जायेगा।

    डॉ. राहुल सागर
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  11. Oh my God the audio sounds way too tingy And his slight accent doesn’t help that much either oh my god how hard is it to get a audio specialist to work on this LOL

  12. I just sit down and take two puffs of my inhaler but guess what? It’s in my schools office so I have to walk to get it during the school year

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