The Breather Respiratory Muscle Training Device

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    The Breather Respiratory Muscle Training Device from HealthyKin.com is a drug-free, evidenced-based Inspiratory/Expiratory Respiratory Muscle Training (RMT) device used by COPD, CHF, Dysphagia, and Neuromuscular disease patients, as well as everyone interested in healthy aging and feeling their best. It trains both inspiratory and expiratory muscles independently. Clinical benefits of RMT include improved dyspnea, peak cough flow, laryngeal function, QOL, vent weaning, and speech and swallow performance.

    The Breather Respiratory Muscle Training Device Features:

    • Strengthens inspiratory muscles: diaphragm, external intercostals, accessory muscles of neck
    • Strengthens expiratory muscles: internal intercostals, abdominals
    • Promotes diaphragmatic breathing
    • Generates improved airflow through vocal folds
    • Reduces shortness of breath
    • Improves blood flow to resting and exercising limbs Helps in movement of hyolaryngeal complex
    • Improves respiratory support for safe swallow function
    • Improves protective cough and assists in airway clearance.

    Part numbers: BR2

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      Customer Reviews

      (5.00)
      # of Ratings: 6
      1. on 6/5/2020, said:
      very good product I use for my son
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      2. on 8/20/2020, said:
      This breather is helping me strengthen my lungs by increasing my ability to breathe during exercise without coughing. My goal is to run again
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      3. on 8/16/2020, said:
      Easy to use, I like the variable settings. My peak flow went from 280 to 340 in 6 weeks!
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      4. on 10/1/2020, said:
      The Breather has helped me develop a smoother swallowing technique. I have more power in those muscles than I did previously. This device is far superior to the incentive spiromenter. J.L.
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      5. on 8/5/2020, said:
      Does what wanted it to do
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      6. on 8/17/2020, said:
      Love it!
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