At least 1 in 10 people, of all ages, worldwide, experience some form of breathing pattern disorder or chronic overbreathing at some stage in their lives.
Do you or someone you know have a breathing pattern disorder?
Typical symptoms are:
- Frequent sighing and yawning
- Disturbed sleep
- Erratic heartbeats*
- Feeling anxious and uptight
- Pins and needles
- Upset gut/nausea
- Clammy hands
- Twitches or tremors*
- Chest Pains*
- Shattered confidence
- Tired all the time
- Achy muscles and joints
- Dizzy spells* or feeling spaced out
- Irritability or hypervigilance
- Feelings of 'air hunger'
- Reflux or gastrointestinal upset
NB if you suffer from a condition with an * please see your GP first
How we can help:
- Learning to control your breathing will help control your stress response
Research shows breathing well improves asthma management, relaxation and quality of life
New research shows that breathing pattern and diaphragm strength is related to sports performance
Poor breathing can both cause pain and exacerbate pain that has another cause
Learning well to breathe at a young age will give your child the best start for the future.
Breathing physiotherapy can help resolve persistent coughing in children.
Poor breathing can cause dizziness or can exacerbate dizziness that has another cause
Book in for an initial appointment which is 1 hour and includes assessment and treatment/rehab programme. Follow ups are 30 minutes.