Change the way you feel
Breathing is an automatic function however unlike other automatic functions in the body, we can override it and cause it to malfunction. Dysfunctional breathing or breathing that is physiologically abnormal has a dramatic effect on the way your body functions. A breathing assessment can identify breathing dysfunction and through a breathing retraining course you can learn what to do about it and how to change the way you breathe. This changes the way you feel, both physically and emotionally.
Tens of thousands of people around the world have used this science-based, straight-forward, practical approach to get fast, significant and sustained relief from breathing-related conditions such as snoring, sleep apnoea, insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks, asthma, hay fever, allergies, sinusitis, blocked nose, recurrent respiratory infections, chronic cough, headaches, migraine, epilepsy and impaired singing, speaking or sports performance.
Try our Control Pause test to find out if your breathing could be affecting your health.
When to book in for a breathing assessment
Breathing dysfunction may present as a collection of bizarre and often apparently unrelated symptoms which may affect any part of the body, and any organ or any system. If you have some of the following signs or symptoms then book in for a breathing assessment to learn how your breathing may be triggering, exacerbating or perpetuating them and what you can do about it.
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In this guide we address some key myths and misunderstandings around breathing.