If you or a loved one has a respiratory condition, such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, sleep apnea, or bronchitis, it can be a scary thing. But fear not; we have a wide range of respiratory supplies to meet your needs. Our nebulizers and nebulizer accessories can help children, seniors, and anyone else get all of their respiratory medication without the wastage that sometimes occurs when using an inhaler. Need more oxygen? We have oxygen conservers, concentrators, regulators, masks and more. Need accessories for your CPAP machine? We have CPAP masks, pillows, filters and more.

Whatever your respiratory condition, we have the respiratory supplies and accessories to meet your needs!

Child using Sami the Seal nebulizer

Best Respiratory Aids to Make Breathing Easier

One of the scariest things in life is not being able to breathe. Respiratory conditions, such as asthma, allergies, sleep apnea and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), can make everyday life difficult. Secondhand smoke, pollen in the spring, dust in the winter, and just general pollution in the atmosphere only make symptoms worse.

To manage these disease and conditions, special respiratory care products are vital. Inhalers, nebulizer systems, air purifiers, and CPAP machines are all designed to open airways into the lungs and make breathing easier. Here are five ways to ensure better breathing for the whole family:

  1. Traveling? Try a portable nebulizer.

    Lightweight and efficient, handheld nebulizers are ultra-compact, yet still offer quick treatment times. The MicroElite Nebulizer is the perfect nebulizer for on-the-go use because it doesn’t require any tubes or wires, and can easily fit inside your pocket. This nebulizer even comes with its own convenient carrying case.

  2. Ease children’s fears with a pediatric nebulizer system.

    Nebulizer treatments can be scary for children. But a nebulizer machine shaped as a cute animal can help make children more compliant. Sami the Seal is well loved by children, as his friendly face helps keep them calm and entertained while they receive proper medication.

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    Keep your oxygen tank close with a carrier bag.

    If your loved one uses an oxygen tank, you want to make sure that he or she is well oxygenated at all times. An oxygen tank holder conveniently attaches to a mobility aid, such as a wheelchair or rollator, so your loved one will have quick access to O2 while transporting from place to place.

  4. Improve your bedroom's air with a humidifier.

    By adding moisture into the air, a humidifier can help relieve asthma symptoms, congestion, and sinus infections, and help with dry skin and eczema. Humidifiers come in simple designs for teens and adults, as well as fun zoo animal designs for children.

  5. Get a backup CPAP mask.

    Sleep apnea is a dangerous sleep condition that can lead to painful headaches, daytime sleepiness, heart problems, and more. Those who use CPAP therapy as treatment should have an extra CPAP mask as backup. Sometimes the mask hasn’t dried in time for sleep or gets worn down after constant use and starts leaking.