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If you suffer from breathing conditions like Asthma and COPD, you can use WellO2 device in addition to any other medicine/treatment prescribed by your doctor. Please always consult your doctor.

The Importance of exercise for Asthmatic Patients

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Ordinary activities become a burdening task such as climbing steps, bringing shopping bags, or getting up from a seat

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Unable to take a deep breath

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Sleeping problems and breathing difficulties at night

How WellO2 can help ease your symptoms

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The warm steam reduces inflammation in the airways, moisturizes mucous membranes, and transforms mucus into more liquid so it would be simpler to cough out, therefore it will improve your health and quality of life.

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Warm steam reduces mucus and blockage, minimizing the danger of respiratory diseases.

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Counter pressure breathing also helps strengthen respiratory muscles and improves the quality of inhalation and exhalation

Alleviate Asthma Symptoms with Simple Breathing Exercises

Breathing is something that most people take for granted – with the exception of those who suffer from asthma. Asthma causes the airways in your lungs to narrow to the point that it might be difficult to take a breath. 

Breathing normally shouldn't be a problem for anyone, but for millions of people who suffer from asthma, it is—especially when they are experiencing an asthma attack. That’s where some simple breathing exercises for asthma come in handy. 

Inhaled corticosteroids and beta-agonists help to open up your airways and make breathing easier. However, for some individuals with severe asthma, these medications may be insufficient to control symptoms. 

If you're looking for a way to enhance your medication treatment, you may want to consider breathing exercises for asthma that can assist in strengthening your lungs and steady the airflow.

What is Asthma?

Respiratory disease known as Asthma affects the airways in the lungs. Two processes take place in the asthmatic patient's body. The body's response to injury or infection causes the tiny tubes of the airways to constrict, resulting in difficulty breathing or known as airway obstruction. 

An asthma trigger, such as dust or pollen, can cause the tubes to become dilated, leading to an asthma attack.

Asthma is extremely prevalent around the world and is a significant public health problem due to the high expenses involved with hospitalisation and treatment. Breathing exercises for asthma have been used to treat persons with asthma as a non-drug method of reducing asthma symptoms. Individuals employ a variety of breathing strategies to alter their breathing rhythm.

What is the common breathing exercise for asthma?

Asthma sufferers can try these four breathing exercises for asthma.  Asthma sufferers may find some of these breathing techniques more beneficial than others.

Belly or diaphragmatic breathing

The diaphragm is the dome-shaped muscle located beneath the lungs that assists in breathing. Diaphragmatic breathing teaches you how to breathe from the area surrounding your diaphragm instead of your chest. This approach assists in strengthening the diaphragm, slowing your breathing, and lowering your body's oxygen requirements.

To practice this breathing exercise for asthma, either lie on your back with your knees bent and a pillow beneath your knees, or sit upright in a chair. One hand should be flat against your upper chest and the other should be on your stomach. Slowly inhale through your nose. Your stomach hand should move, while your chest hand should remain stationary. Slowly exhale through pursed lips. Continue repeating this method until you can inhale and exhale without your chest moving.

Buteyko breathing

This breathing exercise for asthma entails merely using the nose to inhale and exhale. Breathing more slowly, quietly, and effectively while practicing breathing exercise for asthma can be improved by using a breathing exercise device, which helps regulate the speed and volume of your breath.

To begin, choose a comfortable place to sit on the floor or in a chair and take a few deep breaths. Hold your breath and plug your nose with your thumb and index finger following a gentle exhalation through your nose. As long as you can hold your breath, inhale through your nose when you feel the need to do so. Repeat the exercise a few times while resuming regular breathing for about 10 seconds each time.

Pursed lip breathing

Pursed lip breathing is a breathing exercise for asthma to relieve breathlessness. Pursed lip breathing can assist in the management of breathlessness. It's an excellent approach to slow down your breathing rate and increase the effectiveness of each breath you take.

To begin, inhale softly through your nose with your mouth closed. You then purse your lips as if about to whistle. Finally, you exhale to a count of four through pursed lips. It assists in maintaining open airways for extended periods of time, allowing for more airflow into and out of the lungs, making it much easier to remain active without feeling exhausted.

Papworth breathing

Since the 1960s, the Papworth breathing technique has been around. It incorporates a variety of breathing techniques, as well as relaxation practices. This breathing exercise for asthma focuses on breathing with your diaphragm engaged, utilizing all of your lung capacity. It is intended to slow your breathing and lengthen your exhalation. The idea is that the majority of breathing should occur in your stomach rather than your chest while you breathe.

Place one hand on your upper chest and the other on your stomach to try this technique. Take a slow, deep breath in through your nose and notice how your stomach expands as the air enters. Your stomach should rise as you inhale, while the hand on your chest should remain still. Exhale through your lips for at least two to three times as long as you inhale, keeping your neck and shoulders relaxed while you do so. Repeat a few times.

People with asthma should perform breathing exercises everyday, even if you feel OK and no asthma attack is happening, to prepare your body to respond swiftly in the event of respiratory difficulty. 

Practicing breathing exercise for asthma can be assisted with the aid of a breathing exercise device from WellO2. The device helps to build up the respiratory muscles and enhances the quality of the breath when inhaling and exhaling. 

WellO2 has been shown to be extremely beneficial in the treatment of respiratory ailments such as shortness of breath, lung deficiency, degrading respiratory muscles, sleep apnea, snoring, and also effects from bad air quality due to smoking. 

If you have a breathing ailment such as asthma or COPD, you can use the WellO2 device in conjunction with any other medication or treatment that your doctor has prescribed for you. Always get medical advice before taking any action.

What do they say?

First-hand real reviews from people who have benefited from using the WellO2

From asthma to COPD, WellO2 has been revered by the users to help alleviate symptoms relating to many types of breathing difficulties.

WellO2 has helped our users to recreate their lifestyle of better breathing by only exercising with the WellO2 device for 5 minutes everyday. By using the Nordic Breathing of WellO2 combining steam and counter-pressure technologies, our users have regained the quality of breathing they used to have in the past.

WellO2 is currently undergoing a clinical study in Tampere, Finland for Asthma and COPD
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