Over 100,000 users breathing better worldwide
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How WellO2 works
Did you know you take around 20,000 breaths per day? High quality breathing is the foundation to a full and active life as it affects our mental and physical wellbeing.
Designed and developed in Finland by experts in healthcare, well-being and technology, WellO2 is an innovative, drug-free solution providing for better breathing, wellness and performance.
Finland is ranked the world’s happiest country with extremely clean air and a renowned sauna culture. WellO2 is inspired by this and our unique Nordic Breathing method combines warm steam to cleanse airways and resistance training to strengthen the lungs.
WellO2 is in cooperation with the Finnish Respiratory Association and our products proudly bear the “Design from Finland” seal.
WellO2 has the trust of more than 100,000 users worldwide and we are committed to help people Breathe Better – Feel Better.
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Read how WellO2 has improved the daily lives of athletes, performers & everyday people #breathebetterfeelbetter
"My friend recommended that I should start using WellO2, especially because I have asthma. I'm into powerlifting and bodybuilding. A lot of my free time is spent at the gym in Bellanranta, Kuopio.
WellO2 has improved my oxygen uptake and reduced mucus secretion. Air seems to flow better in my lungs after using the device. Using the device gives me quick impacts. The effect begins in approximately 15-30 minutes."
"I first heard about Wello last spring and I started using it just in time before the start of the season. I was the one on our team who started to test Wello, because I wanted to see if it would ease my spring allergy symptoms. Wello was able to help my symptoms of congestion caused by allergies, and my breathing was eased immediately after using the device. After using Wello for a longer time, I noticed the benefits it brought when running between the bases. As a base runner, it is especially important for me that I can breathe easily and that my muscles get oxygen, because I need to run at maximum speed many times during a game."
"Using Wello has become a permanent part of my training routine, and Wello also comes with me in my suitcase to races and training camps. I regularly inhale warm steam, including to the upper respiratory tract with the help of the nasal mask that comes with the device. This is especially important during the flu season when the risk of getting sick is higher. I have managed to stay exceptionally healthy for the last three training seasons. Using Wello has been one of my key preventative ways to avoid getting sick."
"I use Wello for developing the endurance, maximum and speed strength of the respiratory muscles in order to obtain greater breathing efficiency and economy. As an asthmatic, the warm steam has helped keep symptoms under control, meaning that the condition no longer limits my performance. It has also helped prevent upper respiratory tract infections and treat their symptoms. I have found that respiratory exercise with heavy resistance also improves posture, increases the support of the midsection, and helps with strength training and the safety of heavy lifting.
These 'Savo bagpipes' have become a permanent part of my training – a great invention to help many."
"I first heard about Wello from my coach, who told me that Aulis Kärkkäinen (the inventor of the device) from Kiuruvesi has developed a device for strengthening respiratory capacity. The reason why breathing is important for me, other than for staying alive, is that the breathing rhythm controls the pace of the run and the stronger the breathing capacity, the more oxygen the muscles get and lactic acid is not produced so quickly. As an athlete, I also consider it important that all my muscles are strong and, for me, my lung muscles are as important as my biceps or hamstrings and perhaps even more important. In winter, one trains and competes in buildings with poor air quality and this is the downside to training in dry indoor air. This is when I take the Wello2 device out of my training bag and take a deep inhale and breathe. I want to spread the message of Wello to track-and-field athletes of all ages and to all other athletes. I recommend using Wello. Don't forget to breathe!"