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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

What some of the science says about breathing

"Deep breathing exercises are the most powerful and effective for of stress management." - Dean Ornish,  MD  Clinical Professor of Medicine - University of California; Author, Reversing Heart Disease

"Breathing correctly is the key to better fitness, muscle strength, stamina and athletic endurance."  Dr. Michael Yessis, PhD   President of Sports Training Institute; Fitness write for Muscle & Fitness Magazine

"20 minutes a day of deep breathing exercises clearly, dramatically escalates athletic performance and is the single most important factor in the effectiveness of all exercise."  US Olympic Training Committee

"Deep breathing techniques which increases oxygen to the cell are the most important factors in living a disease free and energetic life."  Dr. Otto Warburg, President  Insitute of Cell Physiology, Nobel Prize Winner

"Deep breathing exercises will dramatically improve conditions of headaches, PMS, stress, cellulite and emphysema." Prevention Magazine

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