How Freespira Works

FREESPIRA IS AN AT-HOME TREATMENT. THERE’S NO NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR OR THERAPIST TO GET STARTED. GET STARTED WITH ONE PHONE CALL.

Unlike medication or talk therapy, Freespira teaches you to regulate your breathing patterns. That’s because breathing differences, and hypersensitivity to CO2, are often linked with panic and PTSD symptoms.

The Freespira system includes a small breathing sensor, plus a tablet that gives real-time feedback on every breath you take. Treatment involves two 17-minute sessions a day. Patients also get training and weekly check-ins with a coach.

After using Freespira I have been able to manage my stress and anxiety and panic attacks feel like a distant memory. I’m excited to help others live a panic-free life as well.
— Talia, Freespira patient
It’s easy to pull myself out of anxiety now. It has been a rollercoaster for me during the past three years, and I finally feel like I am in a good place now. I am socializing and feel like I can be myself again—I am joking and laughing a lot now.
— Freespira patient

Stop Panic Attacks in 28 Days

86% of patients who used Freespira were panic attack-free as soon as they finished their treatment. 73% were still panic attack-free 12 months later.

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I was an aggravated mess, short tempered for no reason, and always on edge. That edge was very sharp and when people got close I would ‘cut’ them with my behavior. The breathing causes me to stop and slow down. It’s like my edge is dull now instead of sharp and people can get close to me. My children really noticed that there has been a change. I am so glad my doctor suggested I do this.
— Barry C., Veteran

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1 Coaches do not provide clinical assessments, recommendations, and/or diagnoses

2 Freespira is indicated (FDA-cleared) as an adjunctive treatment of symptoms associated with panic disorder, panic attacks and/or PTSD in patients 18 and older. In younger patients, Freespira has been evaluated and is being made available as permitted by FDA’s COVID-19 Enforcement Discretion Guidance.

3 See Kaplan et al., https://doi.org/10.1007/s10484-020-09465-0