The One Thing That Can Make You Breathe Better: Here’s How It Works

Coughing, tightness of the chest, trouble breathing. These are some of the symptoms of the respiratory condition called asthma which causes swelling within the airways, reducing the amount of oxygen that reaches the lungs.

About one in 13 Americans are asthmatic. This includes 7% of children and 8% of adults. If not dealt with properly, an asthma attack could result in death.

The general solution for asthmatic patients is administering oxygen or prescribing inhalers containing different drugs like albuterol.

But is this all that can be done to help curb this chronic respiratory disease?

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The answer is no. There is another solution that has been recently introduced that is known to work wonders, and it’s in the form of a lung-cleaning device.

Here’s how it works:

The first thing a lung-cleaning device does when administered is loosen the bond of mucus that usually blocks the airways of those who suffer from respiratory illnesses.

This loosening occurs through an oscillating expiratory pressure feature.

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After the mucus is loosened, the device then…

The same positive pressure feature is what aids with this natural mucus clearing process.

It targets the mucus and pushes it up and out of the body, so you can breathe free again!

Now, not only is a lung-cleaning device the answer for asthmatics, but it’s also helpful for those with other respiratory problems.

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The drug-free device can be used as a way to prevent atelectasis, bronchiectasis, COPD, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and cystic fibrosis.

Added to this, the following people can also benefit from it:

If you suffer from any of the respiratory illnesses I’ve mentioned or are one of the folks on the list above, then get yourself a lung-cleaning device asap. Thank me later!

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