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Is breathwork scientifically proven?

As it turns out, deep breathing is not only relaxing, it's been scientifically proven to affect the heart, the brain, digestion, the immune system -- and maybe even the expression of genes.

Breathwork has been around for centuries

Breathwork refers to any type of breathing exercises or techniques. People often perform them to improve mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. During breathwork you intentionally change your breathing pattern.

 

There are many forms of breathwork therapy that involve breathing in a conscious and systematic way.

Is breathwork healthy?

What are the top health benefits of breathwork? Breathwork helps put the brakes on an acute stress response and diverts the health problems associated with chronic stress. By eliciting the body's relaxation response, deep abdominal breathing helps reduce blood pressure.

Why is breathwork so powerful?

Breathwork supports so many of the challenges everyone experiences. It reduces stress, creates feelings of openness, love, peace, gratitude, clarity, communication, and connection. Breathwork also helps release trauma or mental, physical, and emotional blocks, as well as anxiety, depression, fear, grief, and anger.

Does breathwork heal trauma?

Trauma can be expelled through breathwork by releasing the tension and pent-up energy that is deeply rooted within the subconsciousness of the person. Through the deep and focused breaths, the powerful connection between mind, body, and soul diminishes trauma.

How is breathwork different from meditation?

Breathwork Meditation is different than any other form of meditation. It's an active breathing meditation which disrupts the traditional meditation facade that one has to sit in silence with their thoughts, in a peaceful, all white room in order to reap the benefits.

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What happens after breathwork?

The artificially low blood calcium now manifests in the neurological system as tingling sensations, smooth muscle contractions, and increased muscle tone (If you've ever not been able to move your mouth after a breathwork class, you know this feeling too well.)