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|Synonyms||breathing or lung exerciser, respirometer|
|Uses/Application||restoring disrupted breathing patterns|
People living with chronic lung diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema and pulmonary fibrosis, experience similar lung disease symptoms. Shortness of breath and decreased lung function make breathing difficult. Sometimes, doctors recommend their patients use an incentive spirometer. Incentive spirometers are prescribed after surgery or as part of a lung disease treatment plan. Get Best price of Three Ball Incentive Spirometer used for lung exercises.Benefits:
There are several incentive spirometry benefits. Using your incentive spirometer exercises your lungs, measures how well your lungs fill with air and helps keep your tiny air sacs (alveoli) inflated.
Keeping your alveoli inflated and working properly helps your lungs exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide more effectively.
Experiencing the incentive spirometry benefits is easy when you use your device as directed. At first, you may not reach your incentive spirometry goals. Don’t let that discourage you from using your device.
Remember, it takes time to retrain your lungs. Keep using your incentive spirometer to get the most out of the incentive spirometry benefits.
Some people like to track their progress in their treatment journal. Write down your incentive spirometry measurements daily. This will help you monitor your progress, so you can celebrate your improving lung health successes.