Asthma Inhalers

Get your repeat prescription for your inhaler online, or get advice from our doctors if your inhaler is not right.

trustpilot-ratings-5-star (39)

Prices from £12.00

One of our doctors will review your order and prescribe a treatment if suitable. How to Order

If you have asthma or already have an inhaler, our doctors can prescribe treatment for your asthma symptoms and have it sent to your door.

You can find out more about our asthma inhalers service at the bottom of the page.

Why choose us?

  1. Our doctors review your information to make sure your inhaler is right
  2. Quick and easy service with no need to leave your home
  3. Choose free delivery or collect from your local Asda pharmacy
  4. If your inhaler is not right, simply message our doctors via your online account

Asthma

In stock. Prices from £14.00

Asthma

In stock. Prices from £12.00

Front of box containing 1 Clenil Modulite Inhaler
Clenil Modulite
Asthma

In stock. Prices from £23.00

Front of box containing 1 Fostair 100/6 inhaler
Fostair
Asthma

In stock. Prices from £77.00

Front of box containing 1 Pulmicort Turbohaler 100mcg inhaler
Pulmicort Turbohaler
Asthma

In stock. Prices from £33.00

Front of box containing 1 Qvar 100 Aerosol inhaler
Qvar Aerosol
Asthma

In stock. Prices from £24.00

Front of box containing 1 Qvar 50 Autohaler inhaler
Qvar Autohaler
Asthma

In stock. Prices from £24.00

Front of box containing 1 Qvar Easi-Breathe 50 inhaler
Qvar Easi-Breathe
Asthma

In stock. Prices from £24.00

Front of box containing 60 Seretide 100 Accuhaler blisters.
Seretide Accuhaler
Asthma

In stock. Prices from £39.00

Front of box containing 1 Seretide Evohaler 50 inhaler.
Seretide Evohaler
Asthma

In stock. Prices from £39.00

Asthma

In stock. Prices from £52.00

No results found.

No results found.
Please check your spelling or try another treatment name.

Different types of asthma inhaler

There are 3 different types of asthma inhaler that we prescribe, all of which have a different way of treating and preventing asthma symptoms.

Reliever inhalers

These inhalers are usually blue and contain a type of medication called a bronchodilator. You use this inhaler when your symptoms start and it gives relief within a few minutes, as it helps to open and relax the airways. They have few side effects but can sometimes cause a slight tremor after use. You may need to use a reliever inhaler with a preventer inhaler if you get symptoms a lot. A common reliever inhaler is a Salbutamol inhaler.

Reliever inhalers include:

  • Salbutamol
  • Seretide Accuhaler
  • Seretide Evohaler
  • Ventolin

Preventer inhalers

A preventer inhaler is different to a reliever inhaler and should be used every day to prevent symptoms from happening as often. These inhalers can reduce inflammation in the airways, as they contain a type of medication known as a corticosteroid. They are usually brown in colour. They are suitable for most asthma patients but should be monitored by a doctor as your dose can change depending on your asthma symptoms. A common preventer inhaler is a Pulmicort Turbohaler.

Preventer inhalers include:

  • Clenil
  • Qvar Aerosol
  • Qvar Autohaler
  • Qvar Easi-Breathe

Combination inhalers

These inhalers, as the name suggests, is a combination of 2 different medications. Combination inhalers are often prescribed for asthma patients who need a bit more from their preventer inhalers. Combination inhalers are usually purple, or red and white. They contain a corticosteroid and another medication called a long-acting bronchodilator. This can give longer lasting relief from symptoms. A typical combination inhaler is a Symbicort Turbohaler.[Text Wrapping Break]

Combination inhalers include:

  • Fostair
  • Pulmicort Turbohaler
  • Symbicort Turbohaler

Spacers

You may use a spacer with your inhaler to make it work better and to reduce side effects. This is an empty plastic tube that can be attached to your inhaler, with a mouthpiece on the other end. You can take your inhaler through a spacer if you struggle to take an inhaler normally as the medication will collect in the spacer so you can breathe it in without wasting any.

dr-kathryn-basford.png
Medically reviewed by:
Dr Kathryn Basford

Dr Kathryn Basford is a qualified GP who works as a GP in London, as well as with ZAVA. She graduated from the University of Manchester and completed her GP training through Whipps Cross Hospital in London.

Meet our doctors

Article created: 31 Aug 2021

Last reviewed: 31 Aug 2021

Order your inhaler online


(Reviews are for ZAVA UK)

trustpilot-ratings-5-star (39)
trustpilot-ratings-5-star by , 08 Aug 2021
Great all round
trustpilot-ratings-5-star by , 13 Mar 2021
Very professional
trustpilot-ratings-5-star by , 16 Feb 2021
Fast delivery and proper packaging and labels
trustpilot-ratings-4-star by , 15 Feb 2021
A bit expensive but at least they are helpful and fast delivery. Good for emergencies!
trustpilot-ratings-5-star by , 21 Dec 2020
Great service, quick and hassle free.

ZAVA logo
gmc logo GPC logo

Authorised and regulated by