Actually, Albuterol isn't a corticosteroid. It's a rescue inhaler. The other inhalers like Advair, Azmacort, and Flovent do contain inhaled steroids. Red probably just read it wrong.
If you're having continued asthma troubles, though, you're better off taking one of those steroid inhalers. The amount that is absorbed is far less than steroid tablets. Albuterol is a band aid...it's treating the symptoms and not the cause. The inhaled steroid decreases inflammation and helps to solve the problem.
To get to your question...
Here is a website that discusses the symptoms of steroid withdrawl:www.medicinenet.com/steroid_withdrawal/article.htm
I have also required hospitalization with high doses of steroids, and have taken so many oral and inhaled steroids that I bruise easily, and have thinned skin that tears easily. I'm no longer on the high doses that caused those problems, however I still deal with the results.
My problem was caused by reflux creating terrible lung inflammation. I feared the Nissen Fundoplication surgery and put it off far too long. I had the surgery in 2009, and have been better ever since.