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quick fix for asthma,?

i am getting married on saturday and my asthma has flared up and i am constantly coughing, i am taking prednisolone, brycanyl, beclomethasone and serevent but nothing is helping. advice will be greatfully recieved
stepping up my nebulizer treatment


I would try using a steam inhalation before taking your inhaled medications. That way your lungs are opened further and it allows the medication to get deeper into your lungs where it is needed. If you get chesty during the day, I would do this as


Go see your doctor!


I have used steriods, cough syrup, and vapor rub just to temporarily open up airways. It doesn't work for long but it helps. IF you think you have an infection on top of asthma i would ask for an antibiotic. Hope that helps. Good luck and congrat

Temporary fix for a few days without an inhaler?

I've got an appointment at my asthma clinic on the 5th July, that was the earlier available date. The date now is 29th June, both my inhalers have run out and I am finding that I wake up at night wheezing, but then have nothing to treat it with. Apart


here are some natural remedies....but mostly tells u what to do do u do not get an attack or minimize it

http://www.asthmaexplained.net/natural_r emedies_for_asthma/

i humidifier might help u at night with breathing....


here are some natural remedies....but mostly tells u what to do do u do not get an attack or minimize it

http://www.asthmaexplained.net/natural_r emedies_for_asthma/

i humidifier might help u at night with breathing....


Can you not see a regular GP in the meantime to get new prescriptions for your inhalers? I know this is obvious, but asthma is a life threatening condition and if you can't go without your inhalers for even a few days, then you need to make absolutely