B-Arm Deep Breathing Lung Exerciser(I6E5) | Respiratory Muscle Trainer For Respiratory Therapy | With 6 Inspiratory Resistance Levels and 5 Expiratory Resistance Levels | Breathing Exerciser For COPD, Asthma, Pneumonia And Other Respiratory Disorders

Respiratory muscle trainers(I6E5) are hand held devices designed to strengthen the muscles of inspiration and expiration by making breathe harder. These portable devices are easy to use and beneficial for anyone who like to improve their muscle strength.  This is highly beneficial for COPD patients, asthma, emphysema and other breathing disorders. They are especially drug free devices, therefore there will be no side effects.


The B-Arm Respiratory Muscle Trainer(I6E5) helps your airways recover after surgery or respiratory illnesses, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder. This breathing exercise device also serves as a great aid for sportspersons and helps in developing maximum expiratory and inspiratory pressures. This breathing exerciser helps in strengthening both inspiratory and expiratory muscles and reducing muscle fatigue, which leads to improved breathing stamina, enhanced pulmonary function test results, and pulmonary rehabilitation, whereas it does not involve monitoring your lung pressure values. This lung exerciser helps you to proceed with an enhanced clinical history over the development of your lung capacities, inspiratory pressures, and expiratory pressures. This advanced deep breathing lung exerciser assists in improving pulmonary rehabilitation or the effect of using any pulmonary medicine that guides you to better lung health and prevents frequent pulmonary function tests.

These portable lung exercise equipment are easy to use and beneficial for anyone interested in developing the power and endurance of their lungs and also improving the outcomes of respirometer and spirometer diagnosis. This inventive lung trainer will help you achieve greater pulmonary performance because it has resistance settings that can be adjusted and can also be used while taking pulmonary medicines to see an improved rehabilitation process. This respiratory exerciser tool helps in reducing postoperative complications and increases pulmonary rehabilitation by 30–50% compared to other lung exercises, but it does not help in monitoring your maximum inspiratory and expiratory pressure values.

In contrast with traditional deep breathing lung exercisers and breathing exercise machines, this lung exerciser seems to be a dual-purpose breathing exerciser that provides inspiratory muscle training with 6 variable resistance settings that aid in strengthening inspiratory muscles like the diaphragm and external intercostal muscles for fuller, deeper breaths, as well as expiratory muscle training with 5 variable resistance settings that aid in toning expiratory muscles like the internal intercostal and abdominal muscles.

This Breathing exercise process enhances the inflation of tiny air sacs in your lungs and full exhalation to dispel carbon dioxide. This modern lung exerciser machine may help you overcome shortness of breath and respiratory-related issues, improve oxygen uptake to vital organs, and increase maximal inspiratory pressure (MIP) and maximal expiratory pressure (MEP) to provide a faster recovery from various respiratory disorders and improved pulmonary function test results.

Directions to use:

  1. Stand or sit upright and hold the Respiratory Muscle Trainer.
  2. Seal your lips firmly around the mouthpiece.
  3. Adopt diaphragmatic or deep or belly breathing. Use only your mouth for breathing in and out.
  4. Starting from level 1 of the trainer is recommended.
  5. Increase the resistance level when you’re able to do more.
  6. Breathe in and breathe out thoroughly as slow as possible.
  7. Practice 5-10 minutes each time, 2-3 times a day to enjoy a better vital capacity in 3 weeks of continuous use.

Applicable For:

  •  People who are looking for their health and those who need lung capacity training, designed for adults, elderly, children, smokers, swimmers, athletes, singers and more.
  • People who suffer respiratory diseases such as asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, and COPD, post-Covid19, post chest or lung surgery, lung function decline.
  •  Those need lung function recovery to reduce postoperative pulmonary complications.

Directions to Clean:

  • Take apart the mouthpieces from the main body
  • Immerse them into water for the cleaning and make it air-dry or sterilize whole parts with alcohol wipes.


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1. Can multiple people use the same device?
Ans: No, it is not recommended to share the device.

2. How often should I train?
Ans: You can use it for 10 to 15 minutes daily for better results.

3. How do you clean it?
Ans: Use warm soap water for cleaning the device.

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Included Warranty

1 Year
1 year warranty against manufacturing defects