How To Help Strengthen Your Respiratory System

How to strengthen your immune system.

Some people know they have a weak respiratory system so at this time with COVID-19 around, they may be concerned. But there are ways to strengthen your respiratory system and in this video, Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (Ru) gives you information about these.

Watch this video where Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (Ru) talks
about ways to boost your respiratory system.

In this video, Dr Dulitsky PhD MD (Ru) talks about some ways you can boost your respiratory system and he adds, this will improve your overall health.

When you undergo this therapy at the Ozone Clinic, you receive:
— a unique device you can take home and use;
— clinically proven breathing training system;
— free on-line consultations with a respiratory therapist

As well, if you suffer from a weak respiratory system, you can also try our Breathe Restore device. This is a powerful modern device you can use for breathing exercises. It’s based on the findings of well-known Russian experts (the Buteyko method and the Strelnikova breathing exercises) and achievements of modern science. (See more info here)

By using this device and practising our Advanced Inhalation Therapy both at the clinic and at home, many people have found it doesn’t take up much time but usually gives them great benefits. It’s a natural drug-free treatment and doesn’t have any contraindications.

For more information about how the Ozone Clinic can help you with your respiratory system, read more here.

If you’d like to book a free appointment, visit us here at the Ozone Clinic or call us on (02) 9188 8599.

Disclaimer: In Australia, some of the therapies offered at the Ozone Clinic are not officially recognised as a part of mainstream medical practice. These therapies are known as complementary therapies and are considered to be useful as an additional treatment to those offered by your medical practitioner.The Ozone Clinic and its personnel are fully trained in the application of these complementary therapies but they’re not registered medical practitioners and are considered to be complementary therapists.