How Aerosure Works

Aerosure Medic works by spinning a valve inside the device at high speed, to rapidly open and close the flow of air in-to and out-of the lungs. As you breathe through the Mouthpiece the oscillating valve creates a resistance, vibrating the chest wall to work the lung muscles harder and improve respiratory fitness. You should feel a resistance when breathing through Aerosure.

AEROSURE Medic is designed to overcome the performance limitations of some other devices as it is electrically driven. Other comparable devices are dependent on the user holding the product at the correct angle and achieving the correct exhalation pressure in order to prove effective. As AEROSURE is electrically driven, it is effective regardless of the position of the device and minimum pressure generated by the user. The frequency of the rotating valve is set by the speed of the motor and is not affected by achieving a minimum exhalation pressure you generate. It is important that you breathe as hard as you can through the device to work the breathing muscles.

Medical science supports Aerosure technology

AEROSURE'S mode of action is based on two well-established systems; these are inspiratory muscle training (IMT) effects and oscillatory positive expiratory pressure (OPEP).

Icon for Breathe Easier mode of Aerosure Medic

Breathe Easier Mode


Resistance creates an increase in lung pressure and targets the respiratory muscles. This helps to work the respiratory system, as well as working breathing muscles harder, which with regular use improves respiratory fitness and may result in reduced breathlessness.

Using Breathe Easier Mode

  1. Remove Aerosure Medic from the charging unit.
  2. To select the Breathe Easier Mode hold down the power button for 2 seconds, then press the power button once more.
  3. Place the Mouthpiece in your mouth sealing your lips around the shield to create a seal. Breathe through Aerosure normally to reduce breathlessness. Breathe through Aerosure as hard as you can, to work the breathing muscles and help to reduce breathlessness over time.

Unique Features of Aerosure

Inspiratory Muscle Training (IMT)

This technique is designed to directly affect the functioning of respiratory muscles which are responsive to training. IMT can benefit people with inspiratory muscle weakness. IMT has demonstrated a number of benefits including increased inspiratory muscle strength, reduced breathlessness and increased exercise performance.

Positive Expiratory Pressure (PEP)

Designed to interrupt the expiratory airflow, which results in the airways vibrating. Vibration stimulations applied to the inspiratory system have been shown to reduce breathlessness in healthy humans at rest.