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Hi, I'm Steve Whitney. The tools and techniques I present here saved my life, so it's my mission and passion to share them with others and revolutionize the way people respond to stress. In this online course, Stressed to Blessed, you'll master a series of breathing rhythms and techniques that can help you control stress levels, build up resilience to stress, relieve insomnia, increase focus, and elevate your mood!
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In my 30 Day Online Stress Course you will learn the science of stress and the science of your breath. You will learn that your breath directly influences all the functions of your body and also your nervous system. When you tune into your breath and apply the right methods to moments and situations that create a stress response to your nervous system you can hack the stress response before it creates a problem in your mind or body.
You have the ability to tune your breath to encourage the release of feel good hormones in the mind and body. When you begin to alter the levels of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in your bloodstream along side other reactions you can stimulate the release or activation of hormones and neurotransmitters. Dopamine (the reward hormone), Serotonin (the happy chemical) and Oxytocin ( the love neurotransmitter) are a few that will increase your energy levels and elevate your mood in minutes! All can be done by just using your breath.
Each time you breathe you trigger a series of actions and reactions in the mind and body. If your breath is incoherent or erratic then that will negatively influence your thoughts, the functions of you body, your emotional stability and cognitive function. Learning how to breathe in a coherent rhythm will harmonize the functions of your body and will positively affect your brain function – such as attention, perception, memory, and problem-solving. Coherence is a state of optimal function. When you activate this state, your physiological systems function more efficiently, you experience greater emotional stability, and you also have increased mental clarity and improved cognitive function. Simply stated, our body and brain work better, we feel better, and we perform better.
In this course you will learn the science of stress and the science of your breath. You will learn that your breath directly influences all the functions of your body and also your nervous system. When you tune into your breath and apply the right methods to moments and situations that create a stress response to your nervous system you can hack the stress response before it creates a problem in your mind or body.REGISTER BEFORE JAN 16 AND SAVE 75%
Your breath directly influences your physiology. When you learn to use your breath to alter, balance or shift your inner environment than you can learn to release feel good hormones like Dopamine, Serotonin and Oxytocin on demand. This will elevate your mood in minutes!
Energy is created with each breath. How you optimize this energy is a different story. Your mitochondria is your cells battery pack when producing energy. By using certain breath retention's you will train your body to use less oxygen and make your mitochondria more efficient leading to boost in energy levels.FIND OUT HOW
Your breath directly influences your nervous system. If you are shallow or over breathing you could be creating a stress response to your mind and body. Learn how to relieve stress, maintain stress and build up a resilience to stressful situations. All by controlling the way you breathe!FIND OUT HOW
The body doesn't actually like too much oxygen. It can have negative effects on your muscles and tissues. It is important to train your body in using less oxygen so it can become more efficient. Through breath control you will increase red blood cells, increase blood flow, reduce oxidation leading to more strength and stamina. There is a reason athletes train in high altitude. You can do the same from the comfort of your own home while using proper breathing methods.FIND OUT HOW
Your endocrine system is comprised of many hormones and neurotransmitters. Learning to control your breathing in specific ways you can release or activate these hormones and receptors. Dopamine, Serotonin and Oxytocin are a few that will elevate your mood on demand and can be accessed through breath control, meditation and even music.FIND OUT HOW
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A 30 Day Online Stress Course. In this thought-provoking course Master Instructor Steve Whitney reveals the unconventional science of how your breath effects all the functions in your mind and body. From balancing your nervous system to create new neural pathways you will return to your true nature and embrace stress as a positive rather than a negative. As you learn how to rethink stress watch how your life changes for the better! Next Class Starts On Jan 24th.
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