Nebulisers can be used by people of all ages to help with the immediate relief and alleviation of upper respiratory issues mainly due to allergies and sinuses.This nebuliser unit can use distilled or ordinary water to create an effective mist.We recommend to check with your healthcare professional before starting a new treatment.
Who needs a nebuliser?Nebulisers can treat a variety of respiratory conditions including asthma, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, and COPD.
A doctor will prescribe a nebuliser when you are experiencing difficulty using metered-dose inhalers, like holding your breath long enough or if your respiratory muscles are too weak to use an inhaler effectively.Often, doctors will prescribe infants and children medicines that are best delivered through a nebuliser to ease the breathing problems.A nebuliser is also part of the treatment of acute respiratory illnesses such as pneumonia or bronchitis.
How does a nebuliser work?Nebulisers converts a liquid medicine into minuscule aerosol droplets.You inhale the aerosol droplets through your mouth and nose using a mouthpiece, a nosepiece or a mask.
In such cases, a mist may be easier to inhale than a spray.The main advantage of nebulisers is that there is no particular breathing technique required to effectively operate the nebuliser.
It is compact and lightweight.