Breathing exerciser Specially designed with 3 stage chambers to provide more efficient exercise to patient at a step up basis Innovative design, can be dis-assembled into parts for cleaning and disinfection Breathe out completely to clear all the air from your lungs. Do this 10 times, or as many as your doctor recommends. Aim to get the piston higher each time. The way you breathe affects your whole body. Breathing exercises are a good way to relax, reduce tension, and relieve stress. Breathing exercises are easy to learn.You can do different exercises to see which work best for you. Breathing can be hard after you've had surgery, when you have a lung disease like COPD, or if you're on bed rest. You may find that you can only take small, shallow breaths. Breathing this way makes it harder to get air into your lungs and can cause fluid and mucus to build up in your lungs. This could cause a serious lung infection like pneumonia.Using an incentive spirometer can help you practice taking deep breaths, which can help open your airways, prevent fluid or mucus from building up in your lungs, and make it easier for you to breathe.