Asthma is a chronic problem categorised by repeated attacks of breathlessness and wheezing. Asthma currently affects over 235 millions people according to the World Health Organisation. Although asthma cannot bed cured, it can be managed easily with asthma inhalers to live a normal life.
Buy Asthma inhalers online from a registered UK doctor and pharmacy service. We offer a range of reliever inhalers and steroid inhalers. Simply fill in our online asthma questionnaire and have your asthma inhalers delivered to you.
Important! Please select the correct dose of asthma inhaler that you have been prescribed by your regular GP. Clenil and Qvar inhalers are not interchangeable due to a difference in particle size of beclometasone, despite them containing the same medicine.
Due to shipping restrictions on aerosols, we are unable to send inhalers outside of the UK. Please do not order these treatments if your shipping address is outside the UK.
Complete a short consultation before selecting your medication. All our consultations are approved by a UK Medical Doctor.
Summary of available medications
|Ventolin Evohaler||1 or 2 aerosol inhalers||From £7.95|
|Salamol Easi-Breathe||1 or 2 breath actuated inhalers||From £15.50|
|Clenil Modulite||50mcg – 250mcg||From £17.99|
|Qvar Aerosol||50mcg – 100mcg||From £21.99|
|Qvar Autohaler||50mcg – 100mcg||From £22.99|
|Qvar Easi-Breathe||50mcg – 100mcg||From £21.99|
|Flixotide Accuhaler||50mcg – 100mcg||From £21.99|
|Flixotide Evohaler||50mcg – 250mcg||From £19.99|
|Pulmicort Turbohaler||100mcg – 400mcg||From £25.99|
|Seretide Accuhaler||100mcg – 500mcg||From £32.99|
|Seretide Evohaler||50mcg – 250mcg||From £32.99|
|Symbicort Turbohaler||100/6 – 200/6 – 400/12||From £49.99|
|Ventolin Evohaler||1 aerosol inhaler||£7.95|
|Ventolin Evohaler||2 aerosol inhalers||£14.50|
|Salamol Easi-Breathe||1 breath actuated inhaler||£15.50|
|Salamol Easi-Breathe||2 breath actuated inhalers||£27.45|
|Clenil Modulite 50mcg||Clenil (Beclometasone)||£17.99|
|Clenil Modulite 100mcg||Clenil (Beclometasone)||£21.99|
|Clenil Modulite 200mcg||Clenil (Beclometasone)||£31.99|
|Clenil Modulite 250mcg||Clenil (Beclometasone)||£31.99|
|Qvar Aerosol 50mcg||Qvar (Beclometasone)||£21.99|
|Qvar Aerosol 100mcg||Qvar (Beclometasone)||£31.99|
|Qvar Autohaler 50mcg||Qvar (Beclometasone)||£22.99|
|Qvar Autohaler 100mcg||Qvar (Beclometasone)||£31.99|
|Qvar Easi-Breathe 50mcg||Qvar (Beclometasone)||£21.99|
|Qvar Easi-Breathe 100mcg||Qvar (Beclometasone)||£31.99|
|Flixotide Accuhaler 50mcg||Flixotide (Fluticasone)||£21.99|
|Flixotide Accuhaler 100mcg||Flixotide (Fluticasone)||£23.99|
|Flixotide Accuhaler 250mcg||Flixotide (Fluticasone)||£37.99|
|Flixotide Evohaler 50mcg||Flixotide (Fluticasone)||£19.99|
|Flixotide Evohaler 125mcg||Flixotide (Fluticasone)||£36.99|
|Flixotide Evohaler 250mcg||Flixotide (Fluticasone)||£56.99|
|Pulmicort Turbohaler 100mcg||Pulmicort (Budesonide)||£25.99|
|Pulmicort Turbohaler 200mcg||Pulmicort (Budesonide)||£25.99|
|Pulmicort Turbohaler 400mcg||Pulmicort (Budesonide)||£26.99|
|Seretide Accuhaler 100mcg||Seretide (salmeterol and fluticasone)||32.99|
|Seretide Accuhaler 250mcg||Seretide (salmeterol and fluticasone)||53.99|
|Seretide Accuhaler 500mcg||Seretide (salmeterol and fluticasone)||59.99|
|Seretide Evohaler 50mcg||Seretide (salmeterol and fluticasone)||32.99|
|Seretide Evohaler 125mcg||Seretide (salmeterol and fluticasone)||54.99|
|Seretide Evohaler 250mcg||Seretide (salmeterol and fluticasone)||79.99|
|Symbicort Turbohaler 100/6||Symbicort (formoterol and budesonide)||49.99|
|Symbicort Turbohaler 200/6||Symbicort (formoterol and budesonide)||53.99|
|Symbicort Turbohaler 400/12||Symbicort (formoterol and budesonide)||53.99|
What is asthma?Asthma is a chronic disease which currently affects almost 6 million people in the UK. It occurs due to irritation of the lungs which causes an increase in mucus production and inflammation of the airways.
What are the symptoms of asthma?Symptoms of asthma include difficulty breathing, wheezing, coughing, and tightness in the chest. The severity and nature of the symptoms experienced during an asthma flare-up will vary between individuals. When symptoms become more intense, this is referred to as an asthma attack which may require emergency medical treatment in some cases.
What causes asthma?It is not fully understood what exactly causes people to develop the condition, as there are a variety of possible factors which increase the likelihood of having asthma. These include; being born prematurely, having other allergies, regularly being around smokers, having a family history of asthma and being female.
What can trigger an asthma attack?An asthma attack can be triggered by exercise, smoke, pet hair, dust mites, pollen and strong emotions.
How is asthma diagnosed?There are a number of tests your doctor can use to diagnose asthma, including a peak flow test, an airways responsiveness test and a spirometry test.
Treatment options for asthma
Asthma can generally be managed by avoiding your triggers, where possible, and using inhalers to prevent an asthma attack. Asthma treatment is categorised into 2 types of inhalers, relievers and preventers.
Ventolin, or any other inhalers containing Salbutamol, are used to relieve the symptoms of an asthma attack. They work quickly to relieve tightness in the chest by helping the airways to stay open and allow air to pass through more easily.
Preventer inhalers are used regularly to help minimise the risk of an asthma attack developing by working as an anti-inflammatory to reduce inflammation in the lungs. This allows asthma sufferers to manage their condition, although smoking can reduce the effectiveness of preventer inhalers. Types of preventer inhalers include Flixotide, Qvar, Seretide, Symbicort, Pulmicort and Clenil Modulate.
The most common side effects associated with the use of Ventolin and other Salbutamol inhalers include headaches and feeling shaky, although they have also been linked to muscle cramps and peripheral dilation.
Preventer inhalers, such as Flixotide and Qvar, can commonly cause oral thrush, a sore throat or tongue and a hoarse voice.
Refer to the patient information leaflet of each individual asthma inhaler for a complete list of side effects.