What is Personal Breathing BioFeedback Assessment & Training?

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Capnotraining is a unique style of biofeedback that measures exhaled CO2 levels, heart rate, heart-rate variability and muscle tension (EMG). Exhaled CO2 corresponds directly with CO2 levels in the bloodstream. Per details provided in the FAQ’s, maintaining a proper CO2  level is critical to interstitial fluid pH, dilation of blood vessels  for better blood flow, dilation of smooth muscles in the gut and bronchial tract, electrolyte balance, O2  delivery and more.

 

Capnometry provides a direct window into physiology  and allows the client to see how changes in breathing affect changes in CO2 levels, heart-rate, HRV and EMG.

 

Assessments and training on a capnotrainer are  very effective for modifying sub-par breathing or objectively  determining respiratory fitness improvement gains — those that support  health, performance and well-being. RF training with a simple to use  home-based biofeedback device is typically provided as homework to  shrink the number of captaining sessions required to bring physiology  back into balance.

Capnotraining also measures heart-rate and heart rate variability — providing a window into the health of one’s  cardiovascular fitness. EMG is yet another measurement offered on the  Capnotrainer, allowing (if need be) for the down training of muscle  tension in the head or body. Clinical use of biofeedback has efficacy in  reducing asthma symptoms, tension headaches, anxiety and occasional  migraines.

Benefits of Breathing BioFeedback Assessment and Training Can Include:

  • Improves Breathing Chemistry / Oxygenation

  • Accelerates Respiratory Fitness and Endurance Levels

  • Improves Sleep

  • Decreases Inhaled Pollutants and Chem-trails

  • Reduces Heart and Blood Pressure Issues

  • Reduces Asthma Symptoms

  • Reduces Allergies

  • Reduces Panic and Anxiety

  • Enhances Meditation 

  • Decreases Brain-fog

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