The Breather is important because it will yield two different results: it will strengthen your muscles for breathing in and out, and will assist you to breathe properly and efficiently. Ask yourself these questions. . .
Do I always breathe correctly?
Is it always under control? Am I a superficial, upper-chest breather? Take this simple test and find out for shallow, superficial, upper-chest breathing undermines your health. . .
Find Your Diaphragm. . .
Place one hand on the upper portion of the stomach just a few inches above the navel but below the breastbone. Sniff in several small inhalations per breath through the nose. The movement in that area is the diaphragm working at its best.
Test Your Breathing Technique. . .
The next time you feel short of breath in need of your inhaler, stressed out, or breathing rapidly, place one hand on your upper chest and the other on your stomach. If you are breathing correctly (diaphragmatically) your stomach should feel as if it is expanding – filling with air. If your chest is rising, you are breathing superficially.
Why is lung health important?
Lung health is important for 3 reasons: First, healthy lungs are essential to fuel every cell in our body with oxygen, and to remove metabolites, such as carbon dioxide (CO2). Second, breathing directly connects to mind and emotions. Awareness and ...
Does using the Breather have adverse effects?
It is important to carefully follow the instructions on how to use the Breather. If you feel unwell or lightheaded when using the Breather for the first time, it is important to reduce and/or stop your training. As with any form of training, it is ...
Breather User Guide
All necesary information to start usin The Breather can be found here: https://www.pnmedical.com/lessons/breather-user-guide/
Using The Breather
On this video we explain the technique on how exactly The Breather shall be usedd duriing your trainings using & cleaning the breather: https://www.pnmedical.com/lessons/breather-use-cleaning/
Breather vs Flutter
The Breather is the first drug-free evidenced based Inspiratory/Expiratory Respiratory Muscle Training (RMT) device used by COPD, CHF, Dysphagia, and Neuromuscular disease patients, as well as athletes, singers, and musicians. It trains both ...