Snoring and its causes
WellO2 strengthens, dilates and cleanses the airways with respiratory resistance and hot steam.
WellO2 dilates and cleanses the airways
Pollen and air pollutants contribute to respiratory irritation, and reduce the body's ability to transport away mucus and particles that can contribute to allergic reactions. It can also be a trigger for asthma. And allergies, not least pollen allergies, hinder many in their daily lives.
With WellO2 you can prevent and relieve irritation in the airways, and reduce the harmful effects of air particles.
WellO2 has a expectorant effect
With the help of the hot water vapor, the mucus in the mucous membranes becomes more liquid. It will be easier to get rid of mucus that has accumulated in the airways and that binds impurities such as microbes and other particles from the respiratory air. The mucus is the airways' natural defense mechanism against external stimuli and it is continuously excreted in the airways and lungs. The activity of the cilia in the mucous membranes removes excess mucus and other contaminants that have accumulated in the airways. If this mechanism does not work for one reason or another, the accumulated mucus can cause narrowing of the airways.
The steam from WellO2 is very atomized because it is a mixture of individual water molecules and hot air. The steam, together with the inhalation, reaches the lower parts of the lungs. And the hot steam dissolves the mucus which becomes easier to cough out. The resistance also causes the smallest trachea to open so that the breathing air is better distributed in the lungs.
• The supplied breathing mask can be used as often as you like. Dissolves mucus and relieves nasal congestion during pollen season or colds.
Simple exercises to build up and maintain breathing
capacity Exercises 5-15 minutes 1-2 times daily during the first month, followed by 3-5 times / week (or if necessary) are adequate for most people. WellO2 is ready to start in 2 minutes and the exercises quickly become a routine similar to brushing your teeth.