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Want to improve your health and the way you perform?

Performance-level breathing gives you skills to counter-attack stress. With the proper skills, you become resilient and adaptable. You develop the ability to quickly recover from stress mentally, physically, and emotionally. Relaxation is good as a basic foundation. However, to stay grounded and centered under demanding challenges, frustrations, and extreme tension, a new approach is needed- a scientifically proven method of breathing to improve health and performance.

Why do so many people have unexplained symptoms?

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Improper breathing as a learned habit can alter your body chemistry, and it can cause many health challenges in people from all ages. These include:

  • Atypical shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Exhaustion
  • Weakness
  • Anxiety
  • Headaches
  • Sleep issues (sleep apnea, snoring)
  • Impaired concentration
  • Digestive issues

How Does Breathing Affect Your Body Chemistry?

Unfortunately, it is not well-known that the way we breathe can cause so many health challenges. Medical research proves that too little carbon dioxide affects body chemistry negatively. It affects your your pH (the acid-base balance), electrolyte function, blood circulation, and oxygenation. Most people who have improper breathing are unaware of the problem and don’t relate their medically unexplained symptoms to simple breathing habits they may have unconsciously picked up at some point in their lives.

Benefits of Breathing

Learning how to breathe properly will help you reduce stress, renew energy, brighten your mood and creativity, improve sleep, enhance focus and memory, and recover from physical ailments.

Created by Roberto de GuevaraRespiras™ is a breathing training program designed to improve resiliency when it comes to stress.

“Learning to relax is a good foundation. Being able to improve your physiology to optimize your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual performance requires a new way of doing things. It is about inner potential to feel empowered, free, and able to make choices for what is really meaningful to us.”