Inhaler for bronchiectasis

March 5, 2022
Bronchitis causes airway inflammation, and many suffer from asthma-like symptoms (such as cough and wheeze). As a result, inhaled corticosteroids (ICS), which are routinely used to treat asthma, may help persons with bronchiectasis improve their symptoms, prevent flare-ups, and/or slow the progression of lung disease.
Bronchodilators, such as beta-agonists and anticholinergics, may aid some bronchiectasis patients by reversing bronchospasm caused by airway hyper reactivity and enhancing mucociliary clearance.Take good care of yourself with Salt Therapy for bronchiectasis at Saltworld.