Life Saving- Breathwarmer, Heat Retaining Cocoon Enclosure System

What is a Cocoon? An enclosure that envelops and surrounds you, in order to provide warmth and comfort.


YES! Absolutely. You must do 3 things to make this happen:

1- You have to isolate your fresh air in, through your nose, from the heated air out your mouth.

2- Breathe in through your nose, and exhale your heated breath, out through your mouth.

3- You have to maintain a mostly sealed enclosure that can retain the produced heat.

You already know how to dress for the cold. You dress in layers. You know how to block the wind and rain. But there's something you're not doing. You are not being as warm as you could be. You have been given a free gift from birth. You just never used it. Never even thought much about it. You have a incredible heat source that you are wasting! 


YOUR BREATH! YOUR HEATED BREATH! YOUR 98.6 DEGREE HEATED BREATH BEING CONTINUALLY PUSHED WHERE YOU NEED IT! One breath exhaled into the air has no heat value. Several breaths continually pushed into a heat retaining enclosure, equals a heated system. A substantial heated system.  And if you add a tube type transfer system that divides and sends portions of this heat to your extremidies, which still come together as a complete heated system, you have a micro heated 98.6 degree enclosure. 


Most likely not, least not your whole body. Why? There are too many openings. Heat rises, but it also travels from hot to cold. One blanket is not large enough to provide a sealed enclosure around your complete body. Not because the heat is not there, but because the heat is not contained.  However,several Mylar blankets attached together, forming a heat retaining sealed Cocoon will work. Question: Could you heat your house with all the windows and doors open? Of course not, your house needs to be sealed in order to retain the heat.

But when you continually push your 98.6 degree heated breaths into a sealed heat retaining enclosure, called a Cocoon, you have a substantial, retained heat source. All your winter gear can be considered a Cocoon, it provides warmth and comfort, while protecting and surrounding you. So if you are wearing  a insulated winter body suit, and you are  pushing a constant 98.6 degree heated breath supply into the suit, YOU HAVE A BREATHWARMER, COCOON, FREE HEAT SYSTEM.  Heated with your breath, and the heat being retained by your outer gear.

The Breathwarmer is basically 3 parts, a mouth piece, a elbow, and a transfer tube. You breath in through your nose and push your heated breath through the mouth piece into the transfer tube. The transfer tube consist of:

(1)- 2 each 18" long tubes.

(2)- 4 each 30"tubes.

(3)- 2 each 4-way connectors.

(4)- 2 plugs, 1 being extra.

This transfer tube system, used in part or together, can send heat to any part of your body. even your hands and feet. If you only want to warm your jacket area, you'll need the mouth piece, the elbow, 2 each 18" tubes, 2 each 30" tubes, 1 4way connector, and 1 plug. Your heated breath is continually pushed where ever you need it, supplying heat that builds upon itself, meaning the heat is not allowed to escape when it reaches your feet and hands. The heat does finally escape close to the top of your winter garments. It's pushed out due to the continually heated air coming in near the bottom.

Your jacket or any other form of heat retaining cold weather clothing can be defined as a Cocoon, or a heat retaining enclosure. So, you have heated winter clothing. Nothing new, except for the fact that THE HEAT IS SELF PRODUCED! NO BATTERIES NEEDED!

Lets discuss the transfer tube. In a jacket, the tube leaves your mouthpiece and stops center shoulder level. Going into a four way junction. The tubing leaves each side of this 4 way, and travels to each of your hand areas, one feed tube for each hand. The bottom tube travels mid waist and stops. So you have three points of heat in a jacket, both hands and the waist.

If you are wearing a winter type full body suit, the transfer tube, that ended  at the waist line, turns into a three way junction, sending one feed tube down to each foot. Remember when you were a kid, just learning to draw. I drew stick people.  One round head, a line for the torso, a line for each arm , and a line for each leg. The stick man is the basic diagram of the heat transfer tubing leaving the mouthpiece, traveling  to the extremities.

So, this is a new cold weather clothing, heat system. It's free! You will never run out of this heat. It will always be there. And if it's not, that means you have quit breathing. In which case you probably won't need it anyway. 

There are many different ways to use the Breathwarmer.

Your  sleeping bag makes a great Cocoon, or heat retaining enclosure. If you protrude the transfer tube of the Beathwarmer through the bags zipper, you can reverse the air flow. With your head completely covered in the sleeping bag, you can breathe in through the mouth piece and release the heated breath into the sleeping bag, through your nose. Would you be toasty warm? You would be ope




Let's face it. If there is any possibility that you might become stranded outside in the cold, you need to have a cold weather survival kit close by. Winter storms can hit almost instantly, changing from sunny and nice to a cold blizzard emergency situation, in a matter of hours.

The Breathwarmer can provide heat in this type of scenario, but the heat needs to be contained. Heat travels to Cold. One Mylar blanket can't contain any heat source. There's too many ways for the heat to escape. 5 Mylar blankets sealed together to form a cocoon can contain your heat. And can save your life. Have the cocoon system ready before it's needed. See the diagrams below.


Just enjoying being warm outside in the cold. I'm sure you haven't heard that too many times. But with the Breathwarmer, and heat retenting system you can finally enjoy the cold in comfort. You ever tried to stay warm at a cold football game. This invention makes that possible. 


How about putting the Mylar blankets  inside a one man body tent. Line the whole inside. Your breath alone, inside a small tent with a Mylar material liner that can retain the heat, can make a difference. It can knock the chill off.  But, using the Breathwarmer, inside a mylar lined body tent, will insure your fresh air source, and your warmth.


What is the Breathwarmer?  The Breathwarmer is a device that captures and sends your heated breath to your mid core area. No, the Breathwarmer is not a heater, it never needs batteries. You are the heater, always have been.  You just always overlooked and discarded your breath as a substantial, 98.6 degree heat source.

 How does it work? At first, it was thought that a pair of check vavles would be needed. Working together as one vavle opened allowing fresh air in the other vavle would seal, preventing air out, and reversing as you breathed. In some situations this will hold true, such as a scuba diver, the exhaled heated air can be sent under the wet suit instead of being released into the cold water. But your amazing body already has a check vavle system built in. 

Lift your tongue slightly to the roof of your mouth and breath in through your nose. The fresh air enters your lungs and is heated. 

How about germs? This is a one way design. In through your nose and out through the mouth piece.


Your bodies check vavle system. Lift your tongue slightly to the roof of your mouth and breath in through your nose. The fresh air enters your lungs and is heated. Now, slightly lower your tongue and exhale the heated breath through your mouth. And into the Breathwarmer. So the Breathwarmer is a transfer device. With a little practice, you can master keeping yourself warm. There are many ways to use the Breathwarmer to keep yourself warm.

Can the air flow direction be reversed? Yes, with the mouth piece design, if you breathe in through your mouth and out through your nose, you risk contaminants that accumulate in the transfer tube entering your body. 

However, the transfer tube can be configured to fit your nose. In this type scenario, your face can be completely covered, as in a sleeping bag. The Breathwarmer transfer tube can protrude through a small opening in the bag through the zipper, allowing fresh air in. A course filter can be added at the fresh air inlet.

The Mylar Cocoon

The Mylar Cocoon System consist of two parts, used together to form a mostly sealed enclosure. The Bonnet and the Sack. These two parts can also be used separately as needed. But used together with the Breathwarmer, they create a mostly sealed cocoon type enclosure that supplies heat and retains heat, that can save your life in a extreme cold weather situation.

The bonnet drapes over your head, over the sack, and over your shoulders. There is a sealed opening for your nose and eyes, eyes being optional. But the seal between your nose and mouth allows this system to function, and considered crucial.

With heated air is being continually pushed into the cocoon system. The air exiting is based on heat rising to the top of the sack into the bonnet and out the opening between the bonnet and the sack. after the system becomes filled to overflow. 

The sack consist of three different mylar blankets, sealed together in order to create the heat retaining cocoon.

what you do now determines whether you live or die!


Maybe when you started this hike the weather seemed fairly nice. Maybe you just got turned around and now you are lost. A sudden temperature drop and fast moving bad weather has hurt and killed a lot of people. Being prepared will save your life in this type situation: 

(1) Dig an area large enough for your body, below the snowline. Under the snow you are dealing with a constant freeze point instead of below freezing temperatures, wind, and chill factors. 

(2) Put the Breathwarmer in your mouth with the transfer tube ending somewhere around your belly. Put the Mylar Coon on, over your outerwear, and tuck it in under your feet.

(3) Face away from the wind, Cover yourself with snow, just leaving your head out with protection from the wind behind your head, like a small mound of snow. This will block the wind from your exposed head area. The Breathwarmer will send 98.6 degree heat into the Mylar Cocoon system. Your heated breath plus your body heat, retained in the mylar enclosure will keep you warm and alive. 

(4) Also, the warm area inside the cocoon can melt snow, giving you water to drink. Eating snow for hydration  will lower your core body heat. Hopefully you have a bottle of water. If frozen, put the bottle close to your groin area to allow for quicker melt, if needed.

The Mylar Cocoon has several openings that can be used to regulate heat by allowing cold in, or blocking heat from escaping. These openings can be used to bring snow into the cocoon for drinking water. Also there can be a moisture wick added at the end of the Breathwarmer transfer tube to allow for condensate.

Note: The Breathwarmer, Mylar Cocoon system has 3 parts that come together to form a survival system. Each of these parts has a specific function, and can be used separately, as needed. Example, if you are moving , traveling, or doing any  physical activity which causes your body to produce more heat, maybe only the Breathwarmer is needed. But if you are still and cold, you may need the bonnet and sack to maintain a warm comfort. All parts working together create a survival option that has not been available before in extreme cold weather conditions. The Breathwarmer, Mylar Cocoon system should be standard  equipment for folks in the cold that risk being subject to changing elements. 

Since 90% of heat loss is through the head, why not put a Mylar liner inside a stocking cap or hat. And how about a shoulder shroud that further eliminates this upper body heat loss? Are even a open type cape that can fold over you while in a sitting position, create a semi-closed area for the heat from the Breathwarmer. A complete winter type clothing line may be possible if the proper heat retaining liner is flexible and durable enough. The outside of the Mylar lined garments can be of any colored material to eliminate reflection.


With the Breathwarmer supplying 98.6 degree heat to your core, you have an amazing new heat source. How can you best use this new heat source? You need to retain the heat. Phycis states that heat travels from hot to cold. So how do you stop this new heat source from escaping? The Mylar blanket retains heat, but one blanket won't work. It would be like putting a band aid on a gunshot wound. However, with the new Mylar Cocoon system, which consist of 4 mylar blankets, sealed together to form a heat retaining enclosure, you now have the ability to survive if you are caught in extreme cold weather conditions. Winter is beautiful, but it can also change quickly and become dangerous. Trust me, anyone caught in a blizzard type ice storm is there by accident only. Here's hoping you never get caught in that extreme cold weather type situation, but people do. And if it"s you, here's hoping you have the means to survive. If this invention can save one life, or keep someone from frost bite. It"s worth it.

Hello, I'm Ricky Brown

This invention is about small insufficient breaths, and allowing them to permeate a confined, heat retaining, sealed area. One breath or several breaths are totally insufficient compared to a cold surrounding. 

But, if you enclose those breaths and allow them to compound upon themselves, they form a heated area.  And by continuously pushing 98.6 degree heat into this protected area, your breaths create a substantial heat system.

Remember stick man. Before I learned to draw, stick man is how I drew people. They were stick people. They had a head, a line for their body, 2 lines for the arms, and 2 lines for their legs. Well, thats the basic diagram for the transfer tubing from the Breathwarmer mouthpiece which delivers heat to the hand and feet areas, still stopping inside the cocoon. Which means this heat is still building upon itself. 

I believe the creator intended for humans to have this heat system. Why else would we have a heat source and the intelligence to use it. I wonder what else we are overlooking?