NEVER run Out of Asthma Inhaler Medicine!
* Finding your inhaler empty when the tightness starts IS NOT A GOOD FEELING!
..You need your rescue inhaler
..When you need it!
..Without it, it is probably a trip to the ER and
..a few days of having messed up breathing.
* Asthmaniac offers $50 doctor visits for inhaler refills and
*sends all orders for prescription medication to the pharmacy of your choice.
Asthma is one disease that cannot be controlled without medication.
When your wheezing kicks in, you need a rescue inhaler NOW!
And to keep your wheezing suppressed, you need a controller medication.
Since these medications are so important to keeping you breathing well, I have designed a online ‘clinic’ that makes it possible for you to never run out!
Running out is usually from:
… The discouraging cost of the medicine
… The discouraging inconvenience of finding a doctor appointment to get the medicine ordered
… The discouraging cost of the doctor appointment.
Well, I have good news!
- Albuterol (your usual rescue inhaler) is now generic, and priced as low as $20/inhaler in some pharmacies!
- You have already ‘found’ the doctor that will take care of you (that’s me!).
- You can ‘see’ me online (on your phone) to get your refill ordered for $50!
I send your prescriptions electronically to your preferred pharmacy.
That doesn’t matter where you are or where I am.
No paper prescription to lose,
Even better: now that Amazon is in the pharmacy game, there’s a pretty good chance you can get more affordable inhalers delivered right to your door!
Ok, to be sure, getting your asthma under control is not ONLY about getting your inhalers.
But making sure you have your rescue medicine is my First priority.
A CORE philosophy of Asthmaniac!
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* Asthmaniac.com is my online asthma clinic
* Asthmaniac is designed to be affordable, convenient, and reliable.
* Asthmaniac follows national quality standards developed at NIH
* Asthmaniac uses your phone to make your care convenient and engaging
Triggers for wheezing (bronchoconstriction) include:
* Dust Mites
* Pet dander
* Tobacco Smoke
To prevent wheezing, you need to avoid these triggers.
If avoiding them isn’t possible, I can prescribe medicine suppresses the effect of triggers.