Did you know that we have a natural breathing rhythm that can synchronise the whole body. Relieve all the tension and stress?
We discovered a device that synchronizes with your physiology, using real-time vitals obtained by the heart rate sensor, to guide you to breathe at your Resonance Frequency Breathing rate. The technology measures the activity in your sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system by taking continuous readings via the fingertip sensor. We then train you to decrease the activity of the sympathetic nervous system (STRESS) and increase the activity in the parasympathetic nervous system. (CALM). The sensor and app work as your personal coach that uses a breath pacer that guide you lengthen your exhalation to calm your heart and mind and increase your resilience to stress. Modules that can calm down & improve sleep
Calming videos with relaxing sounds and breath pacers guide you to breathe at your Personal Best Relaxation Breathing Rate to help you fall asleep.
This includes breathing exercises and guided meditations specifically aimed at activating the parasympathetic nervous system and improving sleep. Some to reduce that muscle tension and pain? The app comes with guided meditation of various themes such as Progressive Muscle Relaxation which is based on the simple practice of tensing, or tightening, one muscle group at a time followed by a relaxation phase with release of the tension. This relieves chronic pain and muscle tension as well as related psychological issues like stress, anxiety and insomnia.You're probably looking to Increase focus & improve performance
Using real-time vitals obtained by the heart rate sensor, the app guides you to breathe at your Resonance Frequency Breathing rate. Resonance Frequency Breathing is used by professional and Olympic athletes to increase focus and improve performance as well as individuals in highly stressful professions such as high-performance military pilots, law enforcement personnel, and actors and singers to cope with stage fright. It has also shown to improve scores during test taking.