How to clean?
The Breather should be regularly cleaned with mild, warm soapy water to prevent build-up of saliva during training. Rinse your Breather well; shake off excess water and air dry on a clean paper towel. If it is completely dry, it can be stored in a ...
I have problems with my speech and/or swallowing. Can the Breather help me?
Yes. Respiratory muscle training (RMT), the expiratory muscles in particular has been shown to improve swallowing and cough, helping people with dysphagia. EMST has been shown to activate the movement of the hyolaryngeal complex, and this improved ...
What are the differences between the Original Breather (Blue or Pink), Breather Fit and Breather Voice?
The Breather(Blue and Pink) is lower in resistance. Breather Fit and Breather Voice are higher in resistance. Breather Fit and Voice are the same levels of resistance, just separated from the different resources provided on our website for each user. ...
What is the Small Extra Mouth Piece for?
Each Breather comes with a 15 to 22mm alternative mouthpiece. People with smaller mouths may find the alternative mouthpiece more comfortable. The alternative mouthpiece’s design also allows the Breather to be attached to different apparatuses if ...
What are the differences between each of the devices?
The Breather (the blue and white device that you may have seen) is the original device. This device and the companion resources target adults and children with Respiratory Muscle Weakness. Breather Fit (black and orange device) generates higher ...