Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Lung Flute Update...

Ok Ronnie here is your video.... It's really hard to video yourself. Could my eyes get any BIGGER? ;)

The Lung Flute reminds me a lot of the Flutter. I would say the Pep mask is still my very favorite tho. I don't like how long the flute takes to dry, but it does work. I use it every other day and I only use it for 1 of my 3 treatments. Its a good change to add to the mix.

Has anyone else tried out the Lung Flute? Would love to know what you thought.


video

7 comments:

Ronnie "Sickboy" Sharpe said...

Love it!! I've been anxiously awaiting this video :)

I really like how surprised you looked the whole time!

Ronnie

OceanDesert said...

Is it me or does it sounds like you're 'fluffing??' ;)

Pretty cool device!!!!

xoxxo

Aimee said...

You look so pumped about it :)
I have clinic tomorrow night and I am going to ask them about it. I think it's time to change things up. The Vest just isn't doing much for me except for when I am sick and extra junky.

To The Center Of My Brain said...

You play the 'flute' very well. You have a pretty voice. :)

Jesse

David said...

I just started using the Lung Flute for my COPD and like how it works. Instead of waiting for it to dry, I take it apart after I use it and wipe the reed dry with a kleenex. I dont reassemble it until just before I use it again. By that time the inside has usually dried out. I have also pushed a piece of paper towel through it with a thin dowel and that works to dry it out.
David

Asugi said...

I started using the lung flute about a month qgo for my COPD and bronchiectasis. It has brought up mucous I didn't even feel was there. I find it very beneficial.

frogholler said...

I have COPD and I've been using my neck muscles for a few years now to breathe without realizing it. I just received the flute and can't get it to work for me. All I get is a wheeze into it. I don't know how to start using my diaphragm again to breathe and no one has been able to help me.