By Michael Grant White
Evidence and figures approximately how how you breathe may also help or prevent your health and wellbeing, health, height functionality, sturdiness and non secular event.
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Drug free way to reduce asthma attacks. Importance of nutrition for optimal breathing. # 173 - Raw & Living Foods Festival Seminar CD or cassette. ISBN #188317-49-X • $15 + S&H Portland, OR- 2001 Festival. Mike delivers a one hour breathing seminar on CD (no cassettes). Fun and very informative. Anatomy, science, why learn to breathe better. Working on a member of the audience. # 195 - The Way You Breathe Can Make You Sick. It Can Also Make You Well! CD or cassette. ISBN #188317-10-4 • $15 + S&H Not available Optimal Breathing ® • h t t p : / / w w w.
I am forever grateful! For over 50 years, I taught aerobics, water exercise, swimming, dancing, and helped people to relax to reduce their pain. Your breathing information is a help in ALL of these activities and situations as well as improving health and enjoyment of life. MT, retired. Anxiety I was looking at the animated lungs on your website home page. I started imitating what I was observing on the screen. Man, did I notice a difference or what!!!!!!!! I can't believe the difference it’s making on my levels of anxiety.
Thanks for getting the message out. You're the Man! Pat Walsh Orthopedic Specialist I thoroughly enjoyed my session with you. I was delighted by the degree of insight and sophistication that you bring to “breathing”. I am now opening up and breathing in a much more relaxed manner. I look forward to another session to go a step further. I will also be recommending your approach to my patients. – Dr. Richard Gracer, Orthopedic Medicine Internist Our modern medical paradigm bases pulmonary function on factors that relate to the anatomy and physiology of the lungs.