Get Asthma Medication
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Asthma medications are used to provide short-acting relief and long-term management of asthma. Through PocketPills, on your asthma medication prescription get the asthma inhaler or pills that you need delivered to you online at no extra costs.

Get Asthma Medication
Online

Asthma medications are used to provide short-acting relief and long-term management of asthma. Through PocketPills, on your asthma medication prescription get the asthma inhaler or pills that you need delivered to you online at no extra costs.

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Asthma Prescription
Medication Options

Asthma medications can be divided into several categories. Some asthma medications are available in an inhaler form and provide relief during acute asthma exacerbations such as Proventil and Ventolin. Other medications used in the treatment of asthma include prednisone, anticholinergic agents such as ipratropium and Spiriva, leukotriene modifier medications such as montelukast, and combination medications such as Symbicort.

Asthma Prescription
Medication Options

Asthma medications can be divided into several categories. Some asthma medications are available in an inhaler form and provide relief during acute asthma exacerbations such as Proventil and Ventolin. Other medications used in the treatment of asthma include prednisone, anticholinergic agents such as ipratropium and Spiriva, leukotriene modifier medications such as montelukast, and combination medications such as Symbicort.

Easy Steps to Ordering
Online Asthma Meds

1. Sign up online
Via Website or App

2. We transfer your refills
From your current pharmacy

3. Your Pharmacist on Call
Via phone, txt, or live chat

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Easy Steps to Ordering
Online Asthma Meds

1. Sign up online
Via Website or App

2. We transfer your refills
From your current pharmacy

3. Your Pharmacist on Call
Via phone, txt, or live chat

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Asthma Medication Effectiveness & Side Effects

Asthma medications and inhalers provide relief for many people with asthma symptoms and especially during an asthma exacerbation. But they do not work for every person. Side effects that can occur when one is being treated for asthma include a rapid heart rate, nervousness, high blood pressure, and stomach pain.

Asthma Medication Effectiveness & Side Effects

Asthma medications and inhalers provide relief for many people with asthma symptoms and especially during an asthma exacerbation. But they do not work for every person. Side effects that can occur when one is being treated for asthma include a rapid heart rate, nervousness, high blood pressure, and stomach pain.

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No more waiting in lines at the pharmacy. Get free delivery at your doorstep.

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Here for You Anytime

Questions about medications? Our pharmacists are just a text message away.

Online Doctor

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Can’t see your doctor? We can arrange a telemedicine visit for free.

AutoRefills

Automatic Refills

We monitor and manage your refills, so you always have the medications you need.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Asthma is a chronic (long-term) inflammation of the lining of the airways of the lungs, which makes these airways contract easily. As a result, a person with asthma can experience difficulty breathing and often requires long-term treatment to control this inflammation.

No, not yet. However, it can be controlled, by using controller medication and by avoiding your allergic and non-allergic asthma triggers.

It seems there are more cases of asthma today because it is more correctly diagnosed than it was in the past. That said, the overall incidence of asthma has been increasing. While researchers do not know exactly why, here you can read some important facts about asthma..
One theory suggests that more people develop asthma today because we spend more time indoors than people used to. Indoor air can contain a number of asthma triggers, such as smoke, dust mites and pet allergens.

There are several factors that may contribute to you experiencing more asthma symptoms or more severe symptoms at night: The circadian rhythm causes certain natural hormones (similar to those in certain asthma medications) to be at lower levels at night. These lower hormone levels reduce the diameter of the airways slightly and may make it more likely that you experience asthma symptoms at night. You could be inhaling dust mite allergens from your pillows, blankets and mattress while you sleep. When you lie down, the distribution of gravity on your chest can put extra pressure on your lungs.

All asthma is characterized by long-term inflammation, an increase in mucous, and “twitchy” airways. However, asthma has been called by different names according to when and how it develops. These names include:

  • Bronchial asthma
  • Childhood asthma
  • Adult-onset asthma
  • Occupational asthma
  • Allergic asthma
  • Non-allergic asthma
  • Mild asthma
  • Moderate asthma
  • Severe Asthma
  • Intermittent asthma
  • Persistent asthma
  • Silent Asthma
  • Fragile asthma
  • Coughing asthma
  • Viral-induced asthma

First 3 steps to help control your Asthma attack is:

 

  • Sit up straight or in any comfortable position.
  • Immediately take your medication.
  • Take small sips of room temperature water.

An asthma attack can be life-threatening – call an ambulance during an emergency. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Asthma is a chronic (long-term) inflammation of the lining of the airways of the lungs, which makes these airways contract easily. As a result, a person with asthma can experience difficulty breathing and often requires long-term treatment to control this inflammation.

No, not yet. However, it can be controlled, by using controller medication and by avoiding your allergic and non-allergic asthma triggers.

It seems there are more cases of asthma today because it is more correctly diagnosed than it was in the past. That said, the overall incidence of asthma has been increasing. While researchers do not know exactly why, here you can read some important facts about asthma..
One theory suggests that more people develop asthma today because we spend more time indoors than people used to. Indoor air can contain a number of asthma triggers, such as smoke, dust mites and pet allergens.

There are several factors that may contribute to you experiencing more asthma symptoms or more severe symptoms at night: The circadian rhythm causes certain natural hormones (similar to those in certain asthma medications) to be at lower levels at night. These lower hormone levels reduce the diameter of the airways slightly and may make it more likely that you experience asthma symptoms at night. You could be inhaling dust mite allergens from your pillows, blankets and mattress while you sleep. When you lie down, the distribution of gravity on your chest can put extra pressure on your lungs.

All asthma is characterized by long-term inflammation, an increase in mucous, and “twitchy” airways. However, asthma has been called by different names according to when and how it develops. These names include:

 

  • Bronchial asthma
  • Childhood asthma
  • Adult-onset asthma
  • Occupational asthma
  • Allergic asthma
  • Non-allergic asthma
  • Mild asthma
  • Moderate asthma
  • Severe Asthma
  • Intermittent asthma
  • Persistent asthma
  • Silent Asthma
  • Fragile asthma
  • Coughing asthma
  • Viral-induced asthma

First 3 steps to help control your Asthma attack is:

 

  • Sit up straight or in any comfortable position.
  • Immediately take your medication.
  • Take small sips of room temperature water.

An asthma attack can be life-threatening – call an ambulance during an emergency. 

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