Breathe for Health

 BREATHING daily, several minutes at a time at your Resonant Frequency, can help you manage a whole range of ‘issues’ affecting your well being.

(Resonant frequency is the ideal  breathing rate for an individual and is between 4.5 and 7 breaths per minute.)

For example stress, whether it be caused by anxiety, Fibromyalgia, IBS, pain, stress, trauma  and asthma all have a negative impact on your heart and  autonomic nervous system. By breathing at your Resonant Frequency you can lower stress levels, improve heart health, increase Heart Rate Variabilty and aid relaxation. 

When you inhale your heart rate  increases and when exhaling your heart rate slows down. This is controlled by the Vagus Nerve and the difference is known as Heart Rate Variability  (HRV). High HRV equates to good health and low HRV to poor health. As we age and/or become unwell our HRV reduces. 

By increasing your HRV,  by breathing at your Resonant Frequency , you can not only improve your overall health, help to manage your emotions but also manage many areas of your life that are causing concern. 

To learn how to breathe efficiently, at your RF, takes four to five sessions.  The latest computerised Biofeedback equipment is used for this the training. us system. 

Breathing at your Resonant Frequency (RF)  helps to balance the Autonomic Nervous System

Changes in thoughts or emotions and their impact on the heart, breathing, skin conductance and peripheral temperature are readily visible on the computer screen. These changes cause an imbalance in the Autonomic Nervous System. By focussing on your breathing at your Resonant Frequency  it is possible to bring your autonomic nervous system back into balance and improve your wellbeing. 

© John Coates ND CHt Kinesiologist. MANPA, FAACHP