Do inhalers cure asthma?

No. Unfortunately, the is no cure for asthma. Asthma is a chronic inflammatory lung disease that may "flare" depending upon an individual's triggers. Studies performed with disease "controllers" (oral leukotriene receptor antagonists and inhaled corticosteroids) to see if "cure" or prevention are possible. Unfortunately, any gains that are obtained while on those medications are lost when stopped.
No. Inhalers do not cure asthma but most patients can be rendered symptom-free with medication therapy.
No. Inhalers only reduce asthma symptoms. To cure asthma, which is possible in some people, you need one of the alternative/complementary modalities, like homeopathy, naturopathy, acupuncture, etc. My approach to asthma is like that to many other autoimmune diseases: http://bookonhealing. Com/conditions/autoimmune-diseases. Html.
Not really. An asthma patient has episodes of bronchoconstriction (airways tighten up) plus swelling of the airways & increased mucus. Inhalers like albuterol relax & open up airways; inhalers like Flovent (steroid) prevent or decrease swelling & mucus. Many children outgrow their asthma, so are almost "cured" but may get an episode years later. Homeopathy, supplements, acupuncture, etc... Do not help asthma.
No. They treat symptoms (shortness of breath and chest tightness) but do not cure the disease.
No. They control the symptoms not cure the disease. Asthma is an allergy, an inflammatory process in the lungs. Avoid the allergens and treat or manage the symptoms.