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BFRESP

Breathing Exercises



Application

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Description

BFRESP is a very efficient form of training for performance-related clients who cannot (yet) let go.

The program first analyses the client’s breathing pattern. It uses this to calculate an ideal respiration curve, allocating 30% of the time to inhalation, 60% to exhalation and 10% to a pause in breathing. Heart rate, blood pressure and muscle tone increase during inhalation and decrease during exhalation. When the exhalation phase is emphasized, as it is in the ideal curve, there is a reduction in the effect of the sympathetic nervous system and hence in the general level of activity.

The client attempts to match his breathing to the curve. To improve the effectiveness of training the properties of the curve can be modified, for example with regard to frequency, steepness and the percentage contributions of inhalation and exhalation.

After at the most five training sessions the client is usually able to reproduce the more beneficial breathing pattern, even without feedback.
MAIN AREAS OF APPLICATION
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LANGUAGES
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DURATION

10 minutes

REQUIRED HARDWARE

RESP-P, RESP-S

Advice

This procedure uses the display of an ideal respiration curve to help the client acquire an efficient and correct style of breathing.

You can also use MULTI-P and MULTI-S2 to monitor the vegetative Parameters.

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