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Breathing To Sleep

Breathing to sleep uses simple touch sequences taking you to an ideal breathing pattern that slow down your brain waves and prepares you for a restful night of sleep

Breathing to sleep uses simple touch sequences taking you to an ideal breathing pattern that slow down your brain waves and prepares you for a restful night of sleep

Breathing To Sleep

by Arnaldo Rodriguez
Breathing To Sleep
Breathing To Sleep
Breathing To Sleep

What is it about?

Breathing to sleep uses simple touch sequences taking you to an ideal breathing pattern that slow down your brain waves and prepares you for a restful night of sleep.

Breathing To Sleep

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
142Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Lifestyle
Last updated
January 15, 2018
Release date
January 15, 2018
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App Store Description

Breathing to sleep uses simple touch sequences taking you to an ideal breathing pattern that slow down your brain waves and prepares you for a restful night of sleep.

Is there science behind it?
Absolutely. Multiple peer-reviewed studies show that regulating breathing patterns can help practitioners overcome anxiety, combat stress and even induce sleep. Smooth, rhythmic breathing activates the parasympathetic branch of the nervous system, promoting a sense of well-being and calm — a positive mental state.

What makes it special?
Breathing to sleep works differently than other relaxation apps. The simple touch interface was designed by game industry veterans to focus your attention on breathing. By allowing you to touch, listen and see the breathing sequences, your mind can let go stressful thoughts by setting the attention on the soothing breathing pattern.

How does it work?
Begin by touching the screen with your inhale. Through audio and visual cues, "breathing to sleep" times the length of your inhale and and instructs you when to release your finger from the screen and exhale. After following the cycle for a few minutes, you could continue with your eyes closed, following the audio cues. Through this exercise, you’ll learn to bring your attention back to your inner self. To break away from stressful thought patterns. To achieve a calm and positive state of mind.

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