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Singulair is an oral asthma drug. SINGULAIR is a prescription medicine used to prevent asthma attacks and for long-term treatment of asthma in adults and children 12 months and older.

Taken once a day, prescription SINGULAIR helps prevent asthma symptoms for a full 24 hours. That means you can breathe a little easier while doing the things you want to do. Singulair In clinical studies of people with asthma, those who took a placebo (sugar pill) were compared with those who were treated with prescription SINGULAIR. The people using SINGULAIR had less need to use their fast-acting inhaler, fewer asthma symptoms during the day, fewer awakenings at night due to asthma symptoms, fewer asthma attacks, more days that their asthma was controlled Singulair SINGULAIR may cause serious side effects. Behavior and mood-related changes have been reported: agitation including aggressive behavior or hostility, bad or vivid dreams, depression, disorientation (confusion), feeling anxious, hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that are not really there), irritability, restlessness, sleepwalking, suicidal thoughts and actions (including suicide), tremor, and trouble sleeping. Tell your healthcare provider right away if you have, or your child has, any of these symptoms while taking SINGULAIR. Singulair

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