Putting Your Breathing Back On Track For Improved Well-Being.
“Breathing is medicine. I forgot how to breathe but I’m learning all over again.” Mandi Lynne, author
Anyone who is interested in improving their health and/or fitness levels can benefit from breathing training and education.
We all think we know how to breathe, right? It comes to us easily, automatically, without any thought or conscious action on our part.
But many people breathe incorrectly (too shallow, too fast and mouth breathing as opposed to nose breathing) resulting in over-breathing and hyperventilating. This in turn can lead to a variety of health problems, both physiological and mental.
Proper breathing infuses the body with energy, enabling it to heal systems and function better. The benefits will be felt by people who suffer from obvious breathing related issues such as Asthma and also those who suffer from anxiety, depression and lack of confidence in given situations.
But other key symptoms of poor breathing include:
- Regularly yawning, feeling the need to take in more air, gasping for air.
- Regular blocked nose
- Tightness, pressure and discomfort in the chest
- Heart palpitations, abnormal rhythm
- Snoring/Sleep Apnoea
- Anxiety and Restlessness
Here are just some of the things breathing therapy can help with:
- Fatigue and Low Energy
- Hay Fever
- Anxiety and restlessness
- Snoring and Sleep Apnoea
- Continual Blocked Nose
- Weight issues
Here at The Breathing Studio we offer a range of services to help you get your breathing back on track.
Come and book an appointment where we can check your current breathing levels using both our CapnoTrainer machine, which measures the number of breaths you are taking each minute (you should be aiming for no more than six) and the levels of carbon dioxide in your system, plus the Buteyko Breathing Methodology, which looks at how long you can hold your breath without struggling for air and reprograms your internal breathing reflex mechanisms. As well as the latest technologies in breathing, we are backed up by renowned and passionate experts, and their desire to help others based on our own experiences.”
We can then give you a programme to help you to identify where you are currently going wrong and how to put things right.
Children can also benefit from improving their breathing and often find it easier to re-programme their breathing than adults. Incorrect breathing is often indicated in conditions such as ADHD, depression, anxiety and autism.