Lung Exerciser


Inspiratory/Expiratory Trainer – Breathing Training Exerciser

  • Enhances respiratory fitness: Improve respiratory health and efficiency by actively promoting diaphragmatic breathing (belly breathing); simultaneously strengthening both inhalation and exhalation muscle groups.
  • Improve Oxygen flow: Respiratory training increases lung capacity & strength; Improves oxygen uptake to vital organs and improves overall physical endurance.
  • Simple & convenient to use: Lightweight, portable with a comfortable design & adjustable/independent pressure settings; Easy to clean & maintain.
  • Drug free therapy: Used by COPD, CHF, Dysphagia & Neuromuscular disease patients to improve dyspnea, peak cough flow, laryngeal function, QOL, vent weaning with speech & swallow performance.



Product Information

The Breather is the first drug-free evidence-based Inspiratory/Expiratory Respiratory Muscle Training (RMT) device used by COPD, Asthma, CHF, Dysphagia, Stroke, Hypertension, Parkinson’s, and Neuromuscular disease patients, as well as athletes, singers, and musicians. 

It trains both inspiratory and expiratory muscles independently. 

Clinical benefits of RMT include improved dyspnea (shortness of breath), peak cough flow, laryngeal function, QOL, vent weaning, and speech and swallowing performance. 

The original Breather was launched in 1980 and retired in 2017 with almost 1 million units sold. 

This new model has been designed by therapists and builds from the original Breather Breathing against resistance during respiratory muscle training (RMT) activates and strengthens respiratory muscles and improves health and quality of life by promoting regained activity and exercise tolerance. 

Cleaning instructions: The Breather will be exposed to a quantity of saliva during training. We recommend cleaning it daily, or even every use if you prefer. Please do not put it in the dishwasher. The high heat cycle may damage the diaphragms and the dials and void the warranty. Please wash it by hand in hot water with a small amount of mild dishwashing soap. Rinse your Breather well, shake off excess water, and air dry. If your Breather is thoroughly dried, it may be stored back in the package. Note that the dials’ silicone diaphragms may stick from moisture build-up or after drying from cleaning. Set dials to setting 1, then breathe vigorously through the device once to release the moisture seal.