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  • Breathesimple free breath training for COVID-19 sufferers

  • LightMove

    November 12, 2021 at 4:05 am

    As COVID-19 expands globally, demands for long-term rehab support have emerged

    Johns Hopkins University’s Doctor Peiting Lien believes that recovering lost lung function is possible but can require therapy and exercises for months after the infection is treated. She said: “Working toward recovery starts simple: with a focus on breathing.” Lien offers a series of breathing exercises to aid in recovery for those who had COVID-19. But, sadly, treatment is unavailable for a majority because of shortages of locally available resources.

    Now, COVID-19 sufferers in every country/region who need to improve lung function can use a breathing trainer like OPUMP for respiratory rehabilitation training. Although it cannot completely replace the visit of a personal therapist, the app claims to improve diaphragm activity , Thereby improving breathing efficiency. Training can also improve breathing control and relieve anxiety.

    Dr. Rosalba Courtney, a leading researcher and breathing clinician in Sydney, states, “I have spent over twenty years improving life quality for hundreds of poor breathers. But there is a limit to the number I can help in my clinic. With the breathesimple breath training application, thousands, even millions of sufferers can potentially get benefit in the comfort of their own home.”

    Multiple clinical trials show poor breathing can be improved undertaking individually tailored exercises daily for several weeks. OPUMP provides a variety of breathing training courses, including enhancing lung capacity, enhancing lung function, training breathing rhythm, helping to restore lung damage and improve breathing difficulties.These courses can improve physical fitness, improve sleep quality, increase lung strength, make breathing easier.

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