Breathing Pattern Disorders

Breathing Pattern Disorders WebinarThe latest webinar recording for Inner Circle members on Breathing Pattern Disorders is now available below.

Breathing Pattern Disorders

This month’s Inner Circle webinar discussed breathing pattern disorders.  There has been a lot of talk lately regarding breathing and the function of the diaphragm.  But what is important and what is just “hot air?!”  In this webinar, I will discuss:

  • The difference between voluntary and involuntary breathing
  • Why simple breathing retraining doesn’t usually work
  • The effect of breathing pattern disorders on your body
  • Why focusing on breathing can help you with some of your other goals
  • What exactly to focus on to put the body in a better position to breath more efficiently

 

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  • Jack Stella

    Hi Mike

    Great website. On the webinar for breathing disorders you sited a graph and study showing the activity of the accessory breathing muscles when one is at a computer. Can you tell me the study source.

    Thank you
    Jack Stella

  • Matt Willey

    Hi Mike,

    In the same vain at Jack’s question, I was wondering if you had the references available siting the alteration in breathing patterns from diaphraghmatic to more accessory muscle activation associated with texting and keyboarding?
    Is it the same link? or are there other articles I can access?

    Thanks!
    Matt

    • http://www.mikereinold.com Mike Reinold

      I believe it is the same