AirPhysio Average Lung Device For Children - Mucus Clearance & Lung Expansion

Brand: AirPhysio
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AirPhysio Average Lung Device For Children - Mucus Clearance & Lung Expansion
  • AirPhysio Average Lung Device For Children - Mucus Clearance & Lung Expansion
  • AirPhysio Average Lung Device For Children - Mucus Clearance & Lung Expansion
  • AirPhysio Average Lung Device For Children - Mucus Clearance & Lung Expansion

AirPhysio Average Lung Device For Children - Mucus Clearance & Lung Expansion

Brand: AirPhysio
Out of stock

AirPhysio Average Lung Device For Children - Mucus Clearance & Lung Expansion

Brand: AirPhysio
£47.99
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£47.99

Product details

What is AirPhysio For Children

The AirPhysio for Children device is designed to assist in managing asthma and/or recovery from colds and flu. The device helps in mucus clearance and lung expansion for children who have suffered from asthma flare-ups or a respiratory condition that has caused a residual build-up of mucus in their lungs, limiting their lung capacity, also called mucus dysfunction. The Children’s device comes with a low resistance ball bearing for children with respiratory conditions who may have a low lung capacity – designed for;

  • Children aged 3-10 years old

How to use AirPhysio For Children

  • Take a deep breath (abdominal breath) into your lungs and fill them.
  • Hold your breath for 2 to 3 seconds.
  • Place the AirPhysio device into your mouth and exhale through the device at a reasonably fast but consistent pace for between 3-5 seconds until you empty your lungs. i.e. don’t try and blow too hard too quickly as this may cause you to over-exert your lung muscles and leave you feeling tight in the chest, so take it easy and don’t push too hard.
  • Most people can get it oscillating without too much exertion, but some struggle to start with it. But once your lungs are at optimal lung capacity, you should be able to lift the ball bearing slightly off the cone and have it oscillating.
  • Adjust the device to have the cap facing the ceiling and tilt it until you feel maximum vibrations within your chest. Try to keep your cheeks stiff to help amplify the effect in your chest.
  • After exhaling through the device, you may feel mucus accumulating near the top of your lungs or at the back of your throat. If so, initiate a cough to expel the mucus. If not, the mucus will continue working up to the throat and may be swallowed usually.
  • Repeat steps 1 through 6 approximately two times per minute for up to 5 minutes, taking two deep breaths between each session to reduce the chance of feeling lightheaded.

What does AirPhysio For Children contain

AirPhysio consists of the following parts and accessories:

  • Circular cone
  • Stainless steel ball
  • Child-resistant protective cover
  • Mouthpiece and base
  • Mouthpiece cap

Delivery options

UK Shipping:

Standard Shipping: £2.89
Free Shipping: Available on orders over £40.

Europe Shipping:

Standard Shipping: £9.99

Rest of the World (ROW) Shipping:

Standard Shipping: £19.99

Please note:

  • Additional customs duties or taxes may apply for international shipments depending on the recipient country's regulations. Customers are advised to check local customs regulations before placing an order.
  • Ensure you select the appropriate shipping option at checkout.
  • Delivery times may vary based on the destination.
  • For more information, see our delivery information or view our returns policy.

Mrs S Varndell

This is the my purchase and I'm pleased to say I am totally satisfied with the professional way I was treated. I would highly recommend.

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