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The Enerzair Breezhaler is a prescription asthma maintenance inhaler used for long-term asthma control and prevention. It primarily serves as a long-acting bronchodilator but also has a pair of other active ingredients, and all work contribute differently to make asthma attacks occur less frequently and be less severe when one does occur. Glycopyrronium is an antimuscarinic bronchodilator that promotes the airways being more open, and Indacaterol relaxes the muscles around the airway so that they provide less constriction and allow the airways to be naturally wider. The 3rd ingredient, Mometasone, reduces swelling in the airways.
You can buy Enerzair Breezhaler with a prescription, and your best Enerzair Breezhaler price will be when you order medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
The standard dosage for this asthma maintenance inhaler is to inhale a single dose each day.
Separate one of the blisters from the blister card. Peel open the blister and remove the capsule.
Pull off cap / pierce capsule once by firmly pressing both side buttons at the same time.
The capsule should make a noise as it is pierced.
Insert capsule into inhaler and close inhaler lid.
Hold the inhaler upright.
Breathe out fully and being sure not to blow into the inhaler.
Breathe in quickly and deeply as you can.
During inhalation you will hear a whirring noise.
Hold your breath for 5 seconds before exhaling.
Confirm that capsule is empty.
Open the inhaler to see if any powder is left in the capsule. If there is powder left in the capsule, then you should repeat these steps.
After each inhalation you should rinse your mouth with water.
The active ingredients in the Enerzair Breezhaler are Glycopyrronium, Indacaterol, and Mometasone.
Tell your doctor of any history of irregular or fast heartbeat (arrhythmia), heart palpitations, myocardial ischemia, angina, QT prolongation, low or high blood pressure, thyroid or adrenal gland concerns, fungal infection in mouth or throat (thrush), pulmonary tuberculosis, herpes simplex infection of the eye, low blood potassium, liver or kidney disease, narrow-angle glaucoma, urinary difficulties, or lactose / milk protein allergies before starting to use the Enerzair Breezhaler.
Long-term use of medication may increase the risk of brittle bones (osteoporosis) and risk of bone fractures as a result of this.
Users are advised to avoid exposure to people who have infectious diseases that are easily transmitted while using this medication (e.g. measles / chickenpox).
Monitoring their blood potassium levels will be advisable for some patients while using this medication, and this is something that your doctor will cover in discussions if it applies to you.
Negative drug interaction risks are a possibility between the Enerzair Breezhaler and other Rx or OTC medications, including aclidinium / aldesleukin / amiodarone / disopyramide / dronedarone / procainamide / quinidine / bilastine / cetirizine / doxylamine / diphenhydramine / hydroxyzine / loratadine / rupatadine / chlorpromazine / clozapine / haloperidol / olanzapine / quetiapine / risperidone / amantadine / atomoxetine / atropine / azelastine / itraconazole / ketoconazole / benztropine / betahistine / clidinium / cobicistat / cyclobenzaprine / darifenacin / desmopressin / dexmethylphenidate / domperidone / donepezil / eluxadoline / epinephrine / fesoterodine / flavoxate galantamine / glucagon / methylphenidate / metoclopramide / oxybutynin / ritonavir / rivastigmine / tiotropium / umeclidinium.
Tell your doctor of all medications you are currently taking before receiving a prescription and proceeding to buy Enerzair Breezhaler online.
Enerzair Breezhaler side effects are a possibility, and some users may have abdominal cramps, cough, diarrhea, dry mouth, headache, itchy skin, or mouth / throat pain or irritation. If Enerzair Breezhaler side effects are seen you may want to discontinue medication use and talk to your doctor again regarding asthma maintenance inhaler alternatives.