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Janet Winter, PhD
Breathing educator (Buteyko), postural alignment specialist (Egoscue): ME/CFS; asthma/allergies/sinus; anxiety/panic; sleep -get more OXYGEN. PAIN
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Janet Winter, PhD May 20
In Liverpool? Catch this if you can!
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Joel Jelen Reset Breathing May 16
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Janet Winter, PhD May 19
Yes, breathing normalisation and talk therapies can complement each other.
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Janet Winter, PhD May 6
Want to help your children deal with stress and adversity? Some practical tips.
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Janet Winter, PhD May 5
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Janet Winter, PhD May 2
Shoespiricy. Minimal shoes, the only way to go. Getting better styles too as time goes by.
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VIVOBAREFOOT Apr 14
Reconnect with nature and feel the trail beneath you. The Tracker is our hiking boot designed to keep you light on your feet.⁣⁣ ⁣ © Tayler Carlisle Photography⁣ ⁣⁣⁣
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Annette Boden Apr 29
I am delighted to announce the opening of my new practice in Knutsford! management
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Paul Rodriguez Apr 30
Put down your phone to help you live longer The nicotine like addiction of mobiles raises our cortisol levels, blood pressure, heart rate & what else? Our BREATHING. Hidden hyperventilation and it’s life shortening effects strike again!
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Janet Winter, PhD May 2
For singers and wind instrument players.
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Janet Winter, PhD Apr 27
Humming may help clear sinuses.
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Lisa Bowen Apr 22
Insightful images from The Breathe Institute in LA came across my feed today. How you breathe has long-term consequences for how you look. When people mouth-breathe more than they should, the muscles...
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BBEC Council Apr 22
Take a few minutes each day to re-train your breathing and enjoy far better health, more energy, less stress reactions and better sleep. This is a free training course based on the internationally recognized Buteyko Method.
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Lisa Bowen Apr 22
Famous bodywork teacher shares bad ramifications of breathing into the upper chest rather than the diaphragm. Yeah, it's a thing.
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Janet Winter, PhD Apr 22
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Paul Rodriguez Apr 19
You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep—and It’s Killing You | WIRED YES YES but if we reflected on WHY some activities should not be pursued before sleep and if we looked at HOW meditation benefits anxiety & Sleep quality we have the science of breathing
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Paul Rodriguez Apr 17
Wake up, people: You're fooling yourself about sleep, study says Read how science debunks some commonly held beliefs on sleep quality ( with a good dash of humour)
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Janet Winter, PhD Apr 11
Environmental cost of asthma medication.
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Lisa Bowen Apr 8
Sometimes asthma medication doesn't work for whatever reason, as this article discusses. When that happens, why not try...
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Joel Jelen Reset Breathing Apr 8
If you’re an optimal as opposed to dysfunctional breather, it’s likely that your inhale/exhale count is around 8 per min & silent through the nose. I’ve helped many people whose count has been 15 to 20, often caused by smart phone addiction. Check your count?
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