Be part of research @ The Breathing Clinic

5 April 2023

The Breathing Clinic is inviting expressions of interest from members of the public to take part in research to assess the efficacy of breathing retraining to relieve symptoms and improve quality of life associated with stress and a range of medical conditions.  For more information, please watch the below video and read further information below.  If you would like to be considered as a canditate for this research, please send an email to Tina @ The Breathing Clinic.

If you or someone you know has breathing-related issue, and would like to address that issue, I’d love to hear from you. Send an email to Tina @ The Breathing Clinic and I’ll forward more information to you about the research I’m conducting.

The sorts of conditions that can trigger or involve unbalanced breathing patterns, which may benefit from breathing retraining include asthma and COPD, which includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis, restrictive pulmonary conditions such a pulmonary fibrosis, cardiovascular conditions including congestive heart failure and high blood pressure, sleep apnoea, as well as chronic mouth breathing and nasal hyper-sensitivity, inducible laryngeal obstruction, exercise-induced asthma or hyperventilation, failed lower back surgery syndrome and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease associated with thoracic-dominant or paradoxical breathing, as well as rapid breathing and decreased heart rate variability, chronic fatigue syndrome and Long COVID, as well as anxiety, panic, PTSD, and depression.

Any condition that causes breathing difficulty or shortness of breath, including when exercising, has the potential to trigger unbalanced breathing patterns, which can cause or worsen symptoms associated with that condition.

The list I’ve mentioned is not exhaustive, so if you have a breathing-related issue I’ve not mentioned, or you experience symptoms that could be related to your breathing, please contact me. Some of the common symptoms that can be caused by unbalanced breathing include light-headedness, dizziness, tingling fingers, stiff fingers or arms, tight feelings around the mouth, tight feelings in the chest, chest pain, and heart palpitations – especially if those symptoms are medically unexplained.

The breathing retraining programmes I deliver as part of this research are extremely informative. So, although the ultimate objective of this research is to relieve your symptoms and improve your quality of life through better breathing patterns, you will also come away from this programme with an excellent understanding of your own breathing patterns and the mechanics, biochemistry, and psychophysiology of breathing – putting you in strong position to optimise your breathing pattens in different circumstances.

I work online with clients from all over the world, so all you need is a good internet connection to take part in this research programme where I personally work with you one-to-one tailoring the programme to your specific needs. Following a confidential screening process and acceptance into the research programme, the programme includes an online breathing assessment and 6 further online consultations as well as access to over 30 instructional videos and associated written material. There is a nominal fee of $149 associated with this research programme, which represents exceptional value for money. This offer is available only online and for a limited time.

If you’d like further information about the programme, and would like to consider taking part, please send an email to Tina @ The Breathing Clinic.

I look forward to hearing from you and working with you.

Kindly, Tina @ The Breathing Clinic

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