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Breathe Away Tension™ can help reduce your stress

Breathe Away Tension™ will help you develop better breathing patterns and by doing so reduce your tension.

 

The stresses of everyday life tend to affect the way we breathe. Often this becomes a vicious cycle, where faster breathing can increase tension, which in turn can increase breathing and so on. If we learn the most relaxing ways of breathing, it can be positive for our short and long term health and well-being. When we are particularly stressed and not thinking clearly in a focused manner, taking a short break and practicing focused breathing can help us relax. For reducing stress, short periods of as little as 3-5 minutes, as needed during the day may be sufficient.

 

To attain relaxation through proper breathing, the objective is to lower your breathing rate to about six breaths a minute, with a longer time of expiration, that is breathing out, than inspiration, or breathing in.


When this is practiced regularly, it begins to unconsciously carry over to a better breathing pattern the rest of the time.

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Breathe Away Tension™ can help reduce your Blood Pressure

The various stresses of everyday life can cause our breathing to change – and that can have accompanying effects, like a tightening of our muscles, which leads to higher blood pressure.

 

It has been shown that proper breathing technique, in this case slow and with a longer expiration than inspiration, done for as little as 15 minutes 4 times a day may help to lower blood pressure.

 

To lower blood pressure through proper breathing, we suggest using Breathe Away Tension™ for 15 minutes four times a day.

 

When this is practiced regularly, it begins to unconsciously carry over to a better breathing pattern the rest of the time.

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"Within a few weeks, the deep breathing exercises can help lower both systolic and diastolic blood pressure — the top and bottom numbers in a blood pressure reading. The theory is that slow, deep breathing reduces activity in the part of the nervous system that controls blood flow (sympathetic nervous system), which allows blood pressure to return to normal.

As long as you continue doing the breathing exercises, you're likely to enjoy the effects on your blood pressure. If you stop doing the breathing exercises, your blood pressure is likely to increase again."
Sheldon G. Sheps, M.D.
Mayo Clinic Emeritus Hypertension Specialist
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Breathe Away Tension Minumum Requirements:
Supported Operating systems:
» Microsoft Windows XP, Service Pack 2 or later
» Microsoft Windows Vista, Service Pack 1 or later
» Microsoft Windows 7
» Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.2 or higher


Hardware:
» Intel Pentium 4 or better processor
» 1 Gig of Ram or higher
» 500 Megabytes of free hard disk space
» Internet Connection