Many people do not use their inhalers correctly, for example:
– By breathing in before you push the inhaler button, it’s harder for the medicine to get into the lungs and do its work. – By breathing in after pressing the button, a lot of the medicine may stick to your mouth and throat instead of going into your lungs. – If you or young children have trouble pressing the inhaler and taking a breath at the same time.
If you experience the above, it might be time to add a spacer to your routine. It holds a dose in the chamber so you can breathe it in when you’re ready. The spacer helps more medicine get to your lungs where it is needed and maximise the benefit. Check out some of our top benefits above
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