Resperate is a small electronic device that promotes slow, deep breathing in patients. Available without a prescription, Resperate aims to lower the heart rate through breathing techniques, which can, in turn, reduce blood pressure in a patient. By placing sensors on the chest, the device is able to track your breathing and create a melody to help you synchronize and slow your breathing. It is typically used three to four times a week for an average of fifteen minutes per usage.
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