Controller prescriptions are those meds that are taken each day (here and there different times each day) paying little respect to asthma side effects. These drugs are taken the majority of the time with the end goal to control the aggravation and swelling of the aviation routes. This prompts less bothering and tightening of the muscles around the aviation routes and in this way less asthma side effects. These medications as a rule take a couple of days to fourteen days with the end goal to begin working, however then a man with asthma sees that less and less protect prescription is required.
- Inhaled corticosteroids causing thrush, growth suppression and ***** thinning.
- Singulair causing mood and behavioral changes.
- Inhaled corticosteroids and long-acting beta agonists (such as Advair) causing worsening asthma in certain ethnic groups.
- Xolair causing anaphylaxis (severe allergic reactions).
- Theophylline causing cardiac arrhythmias.