#1000. The BP CapnoTrainer.
The Best in Biofeedback. Portable, affordable, durable, easy to
use, developed over 40 years by a
University Professor of Biofeedback and physiology. CO2, EMG, EEG, HRV options.
Buy a CapnoTrainer now I
can show you how I use it or you can take a certification
There is as well an advanced degree course below.
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A unique learning
instrument with paper
trail capability of training and monitoring a patient client's breathing and
MUCH MORE. I
have used this for over 10 years. Dr. Litchfield has done a masterful job
creating an easy to use, ultra sensitive instrument with over 10 million
dollars worth of software. It is often indispensable. Anyone from fiofeedback therapists to yoga classes or schools can use this incredible
Capnometer & Capnometry
Assessing for and training to achieve
optimal blood oxygen. We use this it to expose and measure intensity of obvious
or hidden hyperventilation. We use it in conjunction with our many
other breathing assessment factors partly listed at
consulting before and after our breathing
development sessions for another measure of progress.
Did you know that overbreathing (CO2 deficiency) can trigger or
exacerbate physical and psychological complaints such as:
shortness of breath, breathlessness, chest tightness & pressure, chest pain,
feelings of suffocation, sweaty palms, cold hands, tingling of the skin,
numbness, heart palpitations, irregular heart beat, anxiety, apprehension,
emotional outbursts, stress, tenseness, fatigue, weakness, exhaustion, dry
mouth, nausea, light-headedness, dizziness, fainting, black-out, blurred
vision, confusion, disorientation, attention deficit, poor thinking, poor
memory, poor concentration, impaired judgment, problem solving deficit,
reduced pain threshold, headache, trembling, twitching, shivering, muscle
tension, spasm, stiffness, abdominal cramps and bloatedness.
Did you know that in predisposed individuals, overbreathing
(CO2 deficiency) may trigger or exacerbate:
phobias (e.g., public speaking), migraine phenomena, hypertension, attention
disorder, asthma attacks, angina attacks, heart attacks, panic attacks,
hypoglycemia, ischemia (e.g., brain cell death), depression, epileptic
seizures, sexual dysfunction, sleep disturbances, allergy, irritable bowel
syndrome, repetitive strain injury, and chronic fatigue.
If you are a trainer or a self-management coach, the Trainer may be an important adjunctive tool for:
peak performance training, relaxation training, attention and &
concentration training, alertness training, breathing training of any kind,
meditation training, patient education, stress management,
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