— Did you know that poor breathing is directly related to most chronic health problems?
— Would you like to reduce stress + anxious feelings?
— Are you interested in being healthier + having more energy every day?
Healthy breathing is simple. Firstly it complies with the physiological norms for ventilation i.e. 3 – 4 litres per minute at rest. Above this amount is called hyperventilation and has a poisonous effect on the organism – below this amount is called hypoventilation, an occurrence so rare to be insignificant for the purposes of this discussion.
The person who breathes optimally will have, by average standards, some apparently strange tendencies. Firstly, they don’t suffer from any of the “diseases of civilization”. Physically they tend to be lean and muscular, regardless of their level of activity. They eat sparingly and prefer simple food. They sleep less, around four hours a day – they can relax easily. Their level of energy is consistent and their stamina is significantly above average. They enjoy physical activity. Their posture is naturally elongated.
Their physical attributes are only one aspect. From a mental and philosophical perspective, they tend to be logical and calm – they are not given to paranoia, deep-smouldering anger, or greed. They can happily sustain intensive concentration with little effort and do not oscillate between depression and unrealistic or false enthusiasm. Their natural demeanour reflects ease.
It should be noted that an adult, who breathes optimally is very rare in modern Western society. But throughout history, there have been sages of all traditions that reflect the principles of optimal breathing.
Breathing retraining and Buteyko therapy programmes are designed to improve your overall health and breathing capacity. Working in tandem with nutrition support, electropollution detoxing, emotional techniques and spiritual healing, my breathing retraining and Buteyko breathing therapy can help you achieve and maintain better mental health and sports performance.
Throughout your treatment, you’ll be taught habits to minimise your dysfunctional breathing; we’ll talk about nutrition, so you eat food which nourishes you, and you’ll relearn how to sleep to support the prevention of breathing problems. You’ll learn how to do wheeze-free exercise, will find out more about your blood pH level and how that affects your breathing, and how to breathe when you have a virus, or while you’re having a panic attack.
If you’re not sure where to start, take the first step today by booking your free 30-minute Health and Energy Review, so we can talk about your health concerns and I
can give you some energy-boosting strategies you can use straight away. If this sounds like what you need – link here.