Unclean indoor air carries with it all sorts of asthma/allergy triggers such as dust mites (and their droppings), dead skin cells, fumes, mold, etc. that can be harmful to breathe in. Indoor air is important to keep fresh as most Americans spend around 90% of their time inside, especially during the winter months. By following these simple dos and don'ts, you'll be well on your way to healthier indoor breathing. Read More
Understanding how your lungs and your respiratory system work will lead to a better understanding of nebulizer systems and nebulizer treatments. Nebulizer treatments deliver medicine directly to the areas of your lungs in need. Read More
Often times nebulizer users are on the go, which is why many people prefer the versatility of portable nebulizers. With a portable nebulizer, you can take back your freedom to go outside and enjoy the summer months without worrying about missing a treatment. Read More
Why is Nebulized Medication Better?
If you or your child suffers from asthma, COPD, CF or another respiratory condition, you may be prescribed a nebulizer. While many people are familiar with meter dose inhalers (MDI) for treating respiratory conditions, some patients benefit from nebuliser treatment for a variety of reasons.