The Best Nebulizers for Congestion

Ours is the best nebulizer for blocked nose and chest congestion issues. Use our nebulizers for congestion when you need relief from your nasal, throat, or chest congestion.


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Get Relief From Your Congestion When You Need It

Looking for nebulizers for chest congestion? Look no further! Our portable nebulizer machine is the best nebulization therapy for chest congestion, head congestion, and nasal congestion.

Immediate Relief
from Congestion

Chest and nasal congestion can make it hard to breathe and do normal everyday activities. The TruNeb™ nebulizers for congestion provide instant relief from your respiratory symptoms so you can get on with your day.

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Portable Nebulizers For Congestion

It’s completely portable! The TruNeb™ portable nebulizer machine for congestion can give you relief from your symptoms no matter where you are and no matter how bad your symptoms are.




No Charging Required

You never have to charge your portable nebulizer machine. It only requires either batteries or a USB power cord in order to work. We just recommend keeping the right batteries on hand in case it dies.

Medication Cover
Spray Connector
Charging Indicator
Power On / Off
Charge Based
Medication Cup
Main Unit
USB Outlet

Simple to Use

The TruNeb™ nebulizers for congestion are ready to go anywhere. There is no tubing or air sources required. This makes it easy to use whenever you need it, even if you’re out of the house and on the go.

How Do the Nebulizers for Congestion Work?

Step 1

Wash your hands. Then open the liquid cup on the top of the device and pour in your prescribed dose of medication or saline.

Step 2

Install the mask (with adaptor) or mouthpiece on the nebulizer.

Step 3

Press the power button to turn the device on.

Step 4

Breathe in the atomized mist until it’s finished. Be sure to keep a tight seal with the mask or mouthpiece.

Step 5

Power the device off when the medication is gone and the treatment is finished.

Step 6

Clean and disinfect it per the instructions below.

How to Get Rid of Chest Congestion

Chest congestion occurs when the mucus membranes in the airways go into overdrive and produce excess secretions; it is generally caused by a virus and can be a side effect of other illnesses.

Getting rid of congestion is usually done with medication treatment. You can get medication in pill form or liquid form.

 Depending on the medication that your doctor prescribes you, nebulizers can help open your airways, reduce inflammation, and break up congestion to help you breathe easier. And the TruNeb™ is the best portable nebulizer machine for congestion treatment.

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Frequently Asked Question

No. You don’t need a prescription to purchase nebulizers for chest congestion. However, you will need a prescription for the actual medication from your doctor.

Congestion usually presents itself with the following symptoms:

  • Stuffy nose
  • Discolored mucus or nasal discharge
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Wheezing
  • Coughing
  • Headache

Our nebulizer turns your liquid medication into a mist that you breathe in. Turning the medication into a mist will help the meds to reach your lungs quicker, giving you instant relief when you need it most.

TruNeb™ will help to treat all types of congestion including: nasal congestion, throat congestion, chest congestion and head congestion.

Follow these steps to clean and disinfect your nebulizer. You should clean it right after you use it. 


  1. Remove the mouthpiece and any accessories.
  2. Add 6ml of distilled water to the medicine chamber.
  3. Run a full cycle through the nebulizer. 
  4. Shake out any remaining drops and allow the nebulizer to air dry.


Disinfect your nebulizer by following the first four steps but add 2 to 3 drops of white vinegar and run a full cycle. After this solution is nebulized, run one more cycle of just distilled water. Wipe out the medicine cup with distilled water to ensure there is no vinegar residue left over. 

Yes. If you’re not completely satisfied with your nebulizer, you can get your money back. We offer a 30 day money back guarantee for the device.

See What Others Are Saying About TruNeb™

May J. Powell
“My chest congestion gets really bad at night. But normal jet nebulizers are noisy and hard to use. I always wake up my family when I have to set it up and use it. With this device I can quietly take care of my congestion and get right back to sleep without disrupting my family.”
Gladys J. Jones
“I’ve tried a variety of nebulizers over the years as an Asthma sufferer. Let me tell you, it is truly a pain to bring around a regular neb so an inhaler has been my only option (which I don’t like). I was really excited to try this product out. It’s a game changer! The treatment only takes 5 minutes and there’s not a bunch of annoying parts. Five stars across the board.”
Susan D. Garrison
“I got the TruNeb for my congestion and it’s been very helpful. It eases my symptoms every time I use it. It works much better than my inhaler, and it’s just as portable.”
Mark J. Mercurio
“My dogs are definitely happy I’ve stopped using my regular nebulizer and switched to this quiet one! They were always scared of the old jet neb.”
Frederick L. Arcand
“This nebulizer is the best nebulizer that I’ve used for my congestion. Per my doctor’s suggestion, I bought a jet nebulizer but it’s bulky and requires tubes. I wanted something easy. The TruNeb is SO easy. And it works just as well as my jet nebulizer - if not better!”
Shawn N. Gorman
“I definitely prefer to use this nebulizer as it’s quiet and doesn’t have tubing. Very happy with it! Highly recommend the TruNeb”
Debra T. Newkirk
“Grateful that I found this nebulizer! I needed something smaller for my congestion but I couldn’t find anything online. I came across the TruNeb and I was skeptical about it at first but the reviews are totally right! It’s the best nebulizer that I’ve had.”
Linda M. Sanders
“I bought this for my poor 3 year-old that suffers from reactive airway disease. It’s hard to get him to sit through a regular nebulizer treatment as I’m sure he hates the sound. He loves this one! If you have young kids, this is the perfect solution.”

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