BREATHE BETTER, LIVE BETTER
WellO2 users have told us how their overall fitness and wellbeing has improved with a daily 5-minute exercise routine utilising the WellO2 lung capacity exercises using steam breathing.
Those who have benefited from using WellO2 are:
✔️ People experiencing breathing issues
✔️People having trouble with poor air quality
✔️ The Elderly
✔️ Athletes and active individuals
✔️ Singers and voice experts
The benefits of using WellO2
Accessories and interchangeble parts
Should you wonder how the strengthening steam breathing with WellO2 operates, find the answer below!
1. When you breathe out, WellO2 gives resistance to stimulate and open the airways during each usage.
2. When you breathe in, the resistance fortifies the breathing muscles, while the warm steam doesn’t only relieve your vocal cords and lungs, but also eliminates mucus and impurities.
Breathing exercise instructions
Common breathing exercises are advantageous particularly to those with breathing issues. We have collected tips, guidelines, and training routines, which will assist you with getting into habitual exercises with the WellO2.
I regularly inhale warm steam, including to the upper respiratory tract with the help of the nasal mask that comes with the device. This is especially important during the flu season when the risk of getting sick is higher. I have managed to stay exceptionally healthy for the last three training seasons. Using Wello has been one of my key preventative ways to avoid getting sick.
Here are my thoughts after a couple of weeks of use in the morning and evening. First, it's 10-15 suck & blows setting no. 2. Then the nasal mask and about 10 suck & blows with the mouth. My oxygen uptake is clearly better now. In the morning there are clearly more impurities coming out (dust, old cigarette residue, etc. appear as dark spots) when hacking up. My voice is stronger, especially when I do half of the blows with an easy sound. Of course, these are as personal as your own vocal cords, i.e. there will be differences in experience. I'm guessing, however, that the chances of good results are a heck of a lot better than bad ones.
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The Organization for Respiratory Health is a social and health organization whose task is to promote respiratory health and a good quality of life for people with respiratory disease, so that is easier for all to breathe.