Natural lung physiology device
Improve your family's respiratory health to assist in the fight against deadly pandemics and flus
PEPE Australia helps
you breathe your way
to a better life
Start preparing today with the Pepe natural lung physio. It will dramatically help clear your airways and strengthen your lungs and respiratory system.
PEPE delivers a medically acclaimed respiratory process, positive expiratory pressure
Watch this video for more information on this revolutionary device
Why Choose the Pepe?
Recent video of autopsies of pandemic viruses supports the medical explanation that fluid needs to be removed from the lungs to guarantee a chance of survival. The PEPE will also improve your breathing and greatly reduce symptoms of the following medical conditions: asthma, Atelectasis, Bronchiectasis, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) – Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis, Cystic Fibrosis, and many more respiratory conditions.Pepe is easy to use and clean and is manufactured in Australia from 100% medical grade plastic. Its exported to China and South Korea.
Don’t wait for deadly viruses, illness and flu to attack your respiratory system.
Strengthen your lung capacity and build up your immunity now
with the Pepe
“I was coughing and had excess mucous blocking my airways. Pepe changed all that”…….Clare R. 54
“10 minutes per day use of the Pepe
is the equivalent to a 45 minute lung physiology at the hospital”
Peter Crawford – Founder PEPE Australia 70
“At my age I was in the firing line of these viruses. The medically approved
Pepe gave me peace of mind again” ………Tim H 82
Now declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the majority of people who contract Covid-19 suffer only mild, cold-like symptoms. WHO says about 80% of people with Covid-19 recover without needing any specialist treatment. Only about one person in six becomes seriously ill “and develops difficulty breathing”.
Along with fever and a dry cough, shortness of breathe can be one of the key symptoms of coronavirus, but how much do you really know about it?
A healthy adult breathes in and out about 20 times a minute, or about 30,000 breaths a day, WebMD reports. Exercise or strenuous activity might cause you to breathe harder, but if it’s chronic or happens for no reason, you may have a problem — such as coronavirus. The COVID-19 virus inflames the mucous membranes of the lungs, which damages the alveoli that supply oxygen to the bloodstream, The New York Times reports.
Shortness of breathe basically refers to unexpectedly feeling out of breathe or winded, Harvard Medical School says. Anxiety, allergies and other ailments, such as asthma or heart problems, also can cause you to feel out of breathe from time to time, Harvard Medical School says. So can exercise, higher altitudes, extreme temperatures or obesity, the Mayo Clinic says. In healthy people, the feeling normally passes quickly.
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