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Published on Nov 1, 2013
This video describes the Pulmonica pulmonary harmonica, which is specially tuned to produce deep, resonant, meditative sounds that can be felt vibrating in the lungs and sinuses. No musical talent is needed -- just breathing through the Pulmonica always sounds good. Smooth edges and quality materials make it safe to handle and a joy to use. This innovative respiratory therapy device is intended for people with COPD, asthma, allergies, and other breathing problems, but anyone who wants to improve their breathing can benefit - guaranteed. Visit www.pulmonica.com for more information. The Pulmonica was used as part of a pulmonary support group at the Sarasota Senior Friendship Center in 2013, where education was provided on the pathology of COPD, breathing exercises, medication, diet, and the importance of exercise. All nine participants in the group improved their breathing over 4 to 8 weeks in the program, and 91% of test results improved. While nonmusicians can enjoy just breathing through the Pulmonica, it can also be used to play rhythms or songs. Tuned to the key of 'G'. See website for simple songs.
Mary Lou Casadevall Keller, M.S. is co-inventor of the Pulmonica along with her husband, Dana Keller, PhD. Developed for a family member with emphysema, the Pulmonica has been studied and is available on Amazon.com for anyone who wants to relieve lung or sinus congestion and breathe better.