Full Wave Breathing
- The challenge is to correct a life-robbing, health denying habit to one that optimizes thinking and calms nerves.
- The challenge is to commit to living a more fully alive and meaningful life of love, compassion, and joy.
- The challenge is to build your vitality after years of unconscious neglect and decline
- The challenge is to restore inner peace and calm and have more energy and better sleep.
The solution is to retrain the breathing muscles with Full-Wave Breathing so you habitually breathe deeply and slowly.
Engaging the lower two-thirds of the lungs more than doubles your vital breathing capacity.
When you breathe shallowly from the chest, you have to breathe harder to provide sufficient oxygen. After years of chest breathing, the diaphragm loses muscle tone and makes it difficult to breathe fully.
A month of retraining rebuilds muscles and establishes a new habit that will serve you for the rest of your life with clarity, energy, and resilience..
Breathing Is Key To Health
“Breathing, in short, is the key that unlocks the whole catalog of advanced biological function and development. Is it any wonder that it is so central to ever aspect of health? Breathing is the first place, not the last, one should look when fatigue, disease, or other evidence of disordered energy presents itself. Breathing is truly the body’s most basic communication system.”
– Sheldon Hendler, MD, PhD, Oxygen Breakthrough, pg.96
Deep Breathing Stimulates The Lymphatic System
Dr. Shields conducted a study on the effects of breathing on the lymphatic system. Using cameras inside the body, he found that deep diaphragmatic breathing stimulated the cleansing of the lymph system by creating a vacuum effect that sucked the lymph through the bloodstream. “This increased the rate of toxic elimination by as much as 15 times the normal pace.”
Jack Shields, MD, Lymph, Lymph Glands, and Homeostasis, No. 4, Dec. 1992, pg. 147-153
Relationship Between Breathing and Blood Pressure
“…The relationship between breathing and blood pressure has been known and understood for a long time. It boils down to this: Elevated blood pressure accompanies those bodily states where rapid, shallow breathing prevails. By altering breathing to a slow a diaphragmatic mode, blood pressure decreases. Elevated blood pressure is a major American health problem.”
Robert Fried, PhD, The Breath Connection, pg. 152
Oxygen In The Body Is Defense
The “strength of our barrier to degenerative diseases is directly proportional to the amount of oxygen saturation in the body.”
~ Gabriel Cousens, MD, in his column “Health Today”
Stress Chemistry Shrinks The Hippocampus
Robert Sapolsky, a biologist and researcher at Stanford University, has established that when the body is in stress, a pattern that includes shallow, inadequate breathing-it produces chemistry which has been shown to impair memory and learning. Not only that, this “stress chemistry” actually can shrink the hippocampus portion of the brain 8-26 percent.
“Worldwide News” column in Intuition Magazine, May/June, 1997
Full Wave Breathing Offers
Full-Wave Breathing is ideally suited to your twenty-first century lifestyle, reminding you to manage the busy pace and the stressful focus required in this high-energy age.
Feeling of Peace and Comfort
“My clients, at various stages of disenchantment, learned to embrace their joy and found an inner peace. They dramatically improved the way they felt about their lives and their joy.”
Gain Emotional Balance
By consciously breathing deeply, you create better emotional states and behaviors like joy, adaptability, and acceptance.
Fall-Wave Breathing provides an internal massage and helps with anxiety, trauma, and low-energy states.