People who have asthma or other lung diseases that make it hard to breathe may use an inhaler to get the medicine they need into their lungs. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about inhalers, what they are used for, how to use them, and much more.
How to Use a Metered Dose Inhaler with an Inspirease Spacer
WebMD provides tips for using a metered dose inhaler with an InspirEase spacer.
Stress and Asthma
Discover the connection between stress and asthma. Also learn how controlling stress may help reduce asthma symptoms.
Learn more from WebMD about asthma and the medications used to treat it.
The Diagnosis and Treatment of Wheezing
Learn more from WebMD about the diagnosis and treatment of wheezing, a breathing problem linked to asthma, allergies, and other respiratory ailments.
Treating Asthma: Doctor and Patient Partnership
Want to get your asthma symptoms under control? Start by working closely with your doctor. Here's how.
Targeting Asthma Treatments
A lot of people think that treating asthma is simple: when you start wheezing, just take a puff from a rescue inhaler. But it's not so straightforward for most people.
Asthma: The Rescue Inhaler -- Now a Cornerstone of Asthma Treatment
WebMD consulted the experts to learn more about rescue inhalers and the important role they play in asthma treatment.
Tracking Asthma Symptoms: Key to Control
Research has shown that tracking and rating your asthma symptoms are key to successfully managing asthma.