Breathe Slow

Breathe Slow exercises – the easy way to reduce stress and lower blood pressure

 

Studies have shown that simply practising slow breathing exercises for as little as 15 minutes a day can significantly reduce high blood pressure.

In fact, slow breathing is one of the fastest ways you can lower your blood pressure. It’s also a highly effective way to bring down your stress levels and there are myriad other health benefits too.

It sounds straightforward enough but it can actually be quite tricky to keep your breathing slow and steady enough.

To make it easy, we’ve designed audio tracks to assist with slow breathing. These audio tracks have breathing prompts at different breathing paces  – from 10 breaths per minute down to 8, 6, 5, and 4 breaths per minute (breathing in and out counts as one breath).

You simply breathe in and out in time with the breathing prompts.

How to do slow breathing to lower blood pressure

Naturally, everyone breathes at a different rate, and at different rates at different times. So you can just choose an audio track that’s slower than your current breathing rate and practice with that. You can gradually work your way down to slower and slower breathing rates as you get used to doing it.

slow breathing 6 breathes per minute cd coverIf you’re new to slow breathing, you can use the tracks with a higher number of breaths per minute to get started, e.g., 10 or 8 breaths per minute. (10 breaths per minute is close to many people’s natural breathing rate.)

6 breaths per minute is a good pace to strive for. That’s slow enough to really relax you. And the more deeply you relax, the more profound the therapeutic benefits.

Listening to relaxing music has also been found to lower high blood pressure so most of our audio tracks have soothing music in the background. For each breaths-per-minute cycle, you can choose from tracks with three different types of background music.

For each breaths-per-minute cycle there is also an audio track with only the breathing prompts and no background music at all. You might find this more relaxing, or you might want to play your own background music. Studies of listening to music and blood pressure have found that how you personally respond to a piece of music is crucial to its effect on your blood pressure. So this option allows you to choose music that you find particularly relaxing and/or joyful, in order to get the maximum blood pressure-lowering benefit.

To check out short samples of the Breathe Slow audio tracks, click on the link below:

Breathe Slow samples

 

Buy Breathe Slow audio tracks

The entire Breathe Slow collection of guided slow breathing audio tracks are now available for $27 USD (about £20 or €25).

You’ll get a total of twenty audio tracks: four tracks for each of the five breathing cycles – 10, 8, 6, 5, and 4 breaths per minute. (For each breathing cycle, three of the four tracks have different types of background music and the fourth track has no background music – just the breathing prompts.) So you can always choose a track to suit your desired breathing rate and your desired musical mood 🙂

You’ll also get our book LowerYour Blood Pressure Naturally – The Complete 9 Step Guide included as a free bonus. This is an easy-to-follow step-by-step guide to lowering your blood pressure naturally through changes to your diet and lifestyle. There’s more you can do than just slow breathing, although that’s an excellent start!

The program comes with a 60 day no-questions-asked 100% money-back guarantee if you’re not completely satisfied with your investment.

Click on the button below to get an immediate download and start using now.

slow breathing to lower blood pressure - Breathe Slow audio tracks