Nebulizer Treatment for Early COVID …
Part of my COVID protocol is nebulizing with 0.04% hydrogen peroxide-saline solution using a face mask that covers both nose and mouth. This treatment has been discussed here before. My question is, how should one breath during nebulizer treatment. For example, only breath through nose in and out; breath in through nose and out through mouth; alternate between mouth and nose breathing. I hadn’t seen any instructions on this part of nebulizing.
I do both but probably 80% nose only. I sometimes breathe mouth only in order to get the nebulized HP deeper into my lungs. But I mostly breathe nose only in order to get the HP into all my sinuses. I wouldn’t breathe both ways at once because in my experience the mouth tends to dominate too much when I do that.
My son has had a “tabletop” nebulizer for 26 years, since birth. There is a large hole in either side of the mask. New air is being pumped in and the force of an exhalation sends air out of the holes so you can just breathe normally or if you wish you could take a deep breath. Alternately you can also obtain a mouthpiece which attached on to the nebulizer cup instead of using the mask and put your lips around it, breathe in through your mouth and exhale through your nose. In my experience one of those attachments usually comes with the machine. However I wouldn’t go out of your way to get one as the mask works perfectly well. I am not familiar with the handheld nebulizers that I see on Amazon. The main concern here would be making sure it is powerful enough and doesn’t overheat before you finish the treatment.
We use the Mercola recommended Treks system that has just the mouth piece and the solution he recommend…after all Mercola is the #1 spreader of Covid misinformation so his advice must be good.
Any reason I should seek out the mask?