Discover The Ancient and Natural Solution Inside Your Body to reduce the impact of STRESS
Why Breathing Matters?
Beyond just providing oxygen to your mind and body, breathing is directly impacted by the stress reaction our body experiences. While stress is a normal part of life and can at times be good for us our body is not designed to be hijacked and pushed into the fight, flight or freeze mode long term. There are multiple reasons why our modern-day life triggers a stressful reaction and therefore a change in our breathing habits.
Understanding the why behind stress is crucial if you want to make a change in your life. The next step is building an arsenal of weapons that help you deal with stressful moments and life events along the way.
Poor breathing habits compound over a lifetime and take a toll on health and happiness. Many of us are unaware that they have been stuck in bad habits for weeks, months or even years.
Worst of all is that most people tend to go after the symptoms (i.e.: neck pain, stress, anxiety) instead of solving the underlying problem.
As a final result, at least half of the world suffers from a breathing dysfunction without even knowing it.
Is There Something You Can Do?
Yes. Learn how to breathe better and reduce stress! Take the Most Out of Each Breath and reset your daily habits. But before you start heading in the right direction, take note of these facts:
On a Single Day, you take 17.000 breaths (in and out).
Over a year, that adds up to 6 million breaths.
Over a lifetime you would be taking over 500 million breaths.
What if you could reduce stress and anxiety by changing the way you breathe?
Where Can You Start?
Changing the way your body and mind deals with stress is the turning point for gaining control over your health. To do that you need to arm yourself with knowledge on understanding stress(the good, the bad and the ugly sides of stress) and build the tools that will help you restore calm in a moment and long term.
Learning about your own breathing pattern is one of the first steps to changing your stress and breathing habits.
At The Breath Effect, we have two tools to get you started. The first is our three-step easy breathing quiz, Test Your Breath.
Or why not take the plunge and sign up for the first 3 days of our successful Breathe Right and Reduce Your Stress course for FREE (No billing information required).
When Can You Start and How it works
After Choosing the path that better fits your needs, you can get started in a couple clicks and begin to move in the direction of powerful and beneficial breathing.
Best of all is that all our materials are accessible 24/7/365, so you can experience the journey at your own pace!
Who's Teaching it
Meet Emma Ferris, a physiotherapist and breathing coach from New Zealand with over 15 years of clinical experience teaching athletes, teenagers, parents and people around the world how to embrace stress and breathe better.
Are You Ready to Start?
Take the first step in understanding how your body reacts to stress, improve sleep, reduce anxiety and fatigue. Start the first 3 days of the Breathe Right and Reduce Your Stress online course today.