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5mg (112 doses)

INTAL CFC-FREE INHALER (SODIUM CROMOGLICATE)

Intal CFC-Free Inhaler Description

If you are dealing with asthma, there is a high probability you also have allergies. Whether it is seasonal or year-round allergies, when a reaction is triggered there is an inflammatory response in your airways and your asthma symptoms can kick-in and breathing becomes difficult. Talk to your doctor about Intal CFC-Free Inhaler to prevent asthma attacks and allow you relief from knowing you will not have to endure the uncomfortable wheezing and breathlessness. Intal CFC-Free Inhaler is not a rescue or reliever inhaler, so be sure you always carry one with you or discuss this with your doctor.

Breathe Easier with Intal CFC-Free Inhaler

When using Intal CFC-Free Inhaler as directed, the active ingredient called Sodium Cromoglicate is propelled directly into your lungs where it’s needed the most and goes to work by stabilizing mast cells which become activated when you are exposed to an allergen. This action prevents the mast cells from releasing cytokines and other proteins, peptides, or glycoproteins that play a role in the inflammatory response. Your airways remain open to provide easy breathing so you are able to carry on with your daily tasks.

CFC stands for chlorofluorocarbon, a class of compounds used in refrigerants and aerosol propellants, including inhalers, but were found to be harmful to the earth’s ozone layer. CFCs were gradually phased out and HFA (hydrofluoroalkane) is now in its place as a safer alternative due to the relatively quicker decomposition.

About Asthma and Allergies

The exact cause of asthma is still under discussion, but there do seem to be some factors as to who may be at a higher risk for having it. Asthma seems to run in families, it is much more prevalent in those with allergies, and pollution may be a cause or, at the very least, exacerbate it.

Allergies are a result of your immune system being over-active so when you are exposed to, or have come into contact with something benign, including pet dander, pollen, dust, certain metals or chemicals, your immune response is to attack and get rid of the intruder or threat. Inflammation is one of the first responders and the healing process begins. Blood vessels dilate, chemicals are dispatched, and you sneeze, itch, and swell in affected areas. Intal CFC-Free Inhaler is not a cure for asthma or allergies, but you can find comfort and relief from their symptoms.

Before Intal CFC-Free Inhaler is Prescribed

Ask your doctor if Intal CFC-Free Inhaler is safe to use while you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or are breast feeding. Discuss other medical conditions or allergies you have and list all current OTC and Rx drugs you use or take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements. This information can help your doctor determine if this is the best treatment for you.

Intal CFC-Free Inhaler Precautions

If this is the first time using Intal CFC-Free Inhaler, it may take several weeks before you experience the full effects so be patient. Intal CFC-Free Inhaler will not relieve a sudden asthma attack so always carry a rescue inhaler with you. Do not share this, or any of your medication with others. Keep Intal CFC-Free Inhaler out of children’s reach.

Possible Side Effects of Intal CFC-Free Inhaler

  • Cough
  • Headache
  • Sore throat

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