Monday, April 13, 2020

How to Make a Lung Inhaler for Optimal Breathing

If you cannot purchase a lung inhaler right now because of supplies being out of stock or you are practicing quarantine, I want to show you how to make your own Himalayan Pink Salt lung inhaler. They are sold on Amazon but have been sold out for quite some time. If you can get your hands on one, they are amazing.

In lieu of the actual inhaler device, you can also use a plastic bottle, like a water bottle, clean and dry. Simply place the course Himalayan Pink salt in the dry, clean bottle and inhale deeply, bringing the salty air into your lungs and hold that air for 5-10 seconds before breathing out and repeat.

"When fine salt particles are inhaled, they will fall on the airway linings and draw water into the airway, thinning the mucus, thus making people feel better," said Dr. Edelman. "Also, these environments are allergen-free and thus good for people with allergies affecting their lungs."

With COVID-19 lining the lungs with a hardened mucus, I think this is a real threat to the virus' lifespan.

Of course, I am not a doctor, and you should run this by your health care professional. In fact, please do so. So that this becomes a source of education for our health care professionals that are seeking anything to fight this virus.

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