Macphylline Syrup contains Acebrophylline. It is used for breathing difficulty associated with lung-related disorders like asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This medicine promotes the relaxation of muscles around the airway and inhibits the mucous secretion, ultimately unblocking the airway and making the breathing process easier....
Q: Can I stop taking Macphylline Syrup suddenly?
A: Follow your doctor's instructions. Stopping this medicine abruptly may worsen your asthma symptoms.
Q: How long do I have to take Macphylline Syrup?
A: Duration of this medicine depends on the underlying disease and the cause of illness.
Q: Is Macphylline Syrup addictive?
A: No cases of addiction to this medicine are reported to the date.
Q: Can I exercise for my lungs?
A: Aerobic exercise helps your heart and lungs. It helps your body use oxygen efficiently and with time can improve your breathing.
Q: Can asthma be cured permanently?
A: Asthma is an eminently controllable illness. It never entirely goes away. It can be controlled by lifestyle modifications such as avoiding the allergens, taking medications regularly, etc.