What about if you had a stroke will this help?
Furthermore, RMT has been shown effective in reducing diaphragm as symmetry, which is common after stroke, improving diaphragm function.
Will the Breather help my panic attacks?
There is evidence to show that a particular breathing regimen can be used to decrease anxiety, panic and stress. RMT serves as a practice to support breathing exercises and help create a strong foundation in your breathing regimen. Please see the ...
Will it help with voice cracking
Studies using the Breather in people with voice disorders have shown that RMT helps improve vocal intensity, breathiness, strain, pitch range, and semitone range, as well as breath support for voice (pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33992476/). Based on these ...
Will the Breather improve my sleep?
Sleep disturbance can cause daytime sleepiness and can have a massive impact on daytime functioning, productivity, safety (particularly while driving or operating machinery), and quality of life. While a wide range of drugs are available that can ...
Pulmonary Hypertension which is presumed to have been caused by undiagnosed sleep apnea. Will the Breather help? I do use a CPAP machine now.
Yes, RMT has been shown for sleep apnea, improving both quality and quantity of sleep, especially in mild to moderate cases: https://www.pnmedical.com/therapeutic-use/other-diseases/effect-of-rmt-on-sleep-architecture-in-obstructive-sleep-apnea/. In ...
Will the Breather replace my inhaler or bronchodilator?
No, the Breather does not replace the use of dry powder inhalers, corticosteroid therapy, bronchodilators, or any other medical therapy. The Breather should be used as a complementary therapy. However, you might find that you need to use your inhaler ...