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THE SCIENCE BEHIND IT
The Breather RMST (respiratory muscle strength training) device is TGA Approved and combines inspiratory and expiratory muscle training, with demonstrated efficacy in improving speech and swallowing in patients with neuromuscular disease such as Parkinson’s. Furthermore, RMST in athletes and healthy individuals using The Breather led to improved respiratory functions, heart rate, peripheral muscle strength and exercise performance.
The Breather applies the method of resistive RMST, in contrast to the second widely used threshold method. Comparative evidence has reported similar overall efficacy of the two methods, with higher quality of life scores achieved by resistive RMST.
Strengthens inhalation and exhalation muscles independently
Most economical. Price performance leader
Why use the Breather
RMST optimizes the blood flow to your working muscles, increasing your performance capacity and extending your limits of exercise.
RMST improves the strength of your diaphragm and other respiratory muscles, while maximising lung function.
RMST strengthens your cardiac system and circulation, thereby reducing your blood pressure and improving your sleep.
work Hard - Breathe Easy
THE BREATHER - A GYM FOR YOUR LUNGS
Who is Nikki Martin?
The STORY BEHIND THE BREATHER.COM.AU
Since graduating in 2000, Nikki Martin has practiced Speech Pathology at various teaching hospitals including Royal North Shore, Westmead and Concord Hospitals.
She has significant expertise in Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery (ENT) and Voice/Head and Neck Surgery, earning valuable experience in acute adult care including dysphagia (swallowing), tracheostomy and communication (language and speech) assessment and patient treatment across various units, including ICU, Respiratory, Cardiology, Geriatrics and Burns.
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The Breather & Breather Fit
Whether you are a patient, simply looking after yourself and your body or pushing the limits as an athlete, RMST helps you to provide your body with the oxygen it needs to work at its best, making you feel your best. To find out more click the button below.