Statistics – Breathing.com

FREE BREATHING TESTS - STATISTICAL CORRELATIONS TO
3 Optimal Breathing skills addressing 3 (K1. Diagnosed illness; 
N. Emotions; O1. Sleep) of the 26 groupings of the Free Breathing Tests

 Conclusions:

l   The better the breathing skill, the fewer diagnosed illness corellations reported.

l   Developing your breathing can greatly enhance vitality, longevity, and personal power while reducing the odds of getting sick.

Breath is life.  The way we breathe fosters clear or confused thinking, makes us excited or calm, tense or relaxed and worsens or improves every health condition possible.  I’ve spent the last 20 years researching and developing simple breathing skills that work. This grouping of approximately 28,000 breathing test takers shows us there are several developable skills in breathing that correlate with massive improvement in speaking, sleeping, singing, energy, blood pressure, anxiety, depression, weight control, asthma and almost any other health challenge.  

How to read the below chart:

Find the Diagnosed condition you want more insight into.  
Example. “A (number count correlated with K1 Diagnosed illnesses.)
Go to the subheading “5. Anxiety”.

The left column "5" or 2706 = 37.1% of the number of people who checked off Anxiety that scored 2-39 with the number count. As you scroll down the number count column you see that the higher the number count the less percentage of people report Anxiety. Breath is life: the better the skill the better the life.

In contrast, the last range (130 and above) shows only 1.03% of participants  chose this health condition.  This reduction from 37.1% to 1.03% highlights the correlation between number count score and the condition.  The better the number count score, the fewer reports of anxiety or panic. 

As you can see, correlating ratios exist for all of this breathing skill covering 36 diagnosed illnesses. We have several other categories including sleep, emotions, physical restrictions, posture, digestion and more but due to their proprietary nature we keep them private for now. The point is that the better you score in the Optimal Breathing Skills, the better chances of your being healthier and living longer.

Summary:

The key factor here is BREATHING and 2 overlapping 30 year clinical studies pretty well establish it is not going to change over time. BREATH IS LIFE. Nutrition/diet/detoxification is included of course, but whilst nutrition is the creator of the building blocks for Optimal Breathing, the building MUST be BUILT properly and USED and MAINTAINED properly for Optimal Breathing®.

So, how we use/develop/measure better breathing is the guiding light.  The results guided me in creating these programs.  Even factoring in sloppy or slippery test takers which we removed, the numbers are telling.  Look at the difference between the worst and best scores.  See how they all reflect HUGE improvements as the various skill scores improve.  It also gives guidance as to how much emphasis we should make on each illness.  A base minimum or "passing" so to speak. Mastery is the last column or top 98%

Chest volume measurement (in DVD1) is not listed here but is extremely relevant. Scroll down past the chart for the best way to utilize the information in this study. 

There are many more statistics but they are reserved for specific purposes. We caution you against using these statistics as they are 
1. copyrighted and 2. Incomplete 3. Require our permissions.

We are the only ones in the world with the data base to verify these numbers. Licensing and the complete set is available. 704.597.6775

NUMBER COUNT VERSUS DIAGNOSED ILLNESSES

 

NUMBER COUNT (A) VERSUS (K1) DIAGNOSED ILLNESSES

A. Breathing Volume and Oxygen Uptake Efficiency

Lie, sit or stand. Standing is best, sitting next. If you stand, then bend your knees very slightly. Take as large an in-breath as possible and then as as fast as you can but still be understood, quickly, quietly, cleanly, and clearly as you can (like an auctioneer who is almost whispering or a speed talker but still clearly understood), count up to as high of a number as you can on this one long extended exhale. Be sure to count out loud, do not just count in your head. Squeeze that last bit of air out with your stomach muscles pulled inward to get to as high a number as possible. Note the number down and try it again. Try it a third time if you think the number will be much different.

Do not:
- Inhale during counting
- Skip any numbers
- Hold your breath
- Breathe IN and count at the same time
- Whisper

Do:
- Start again at 1 if you reach 100
- Make sure you include the beginnings of each number such as the  thirty in thirty-three.
- Repeat the tests in the same position you were in for the previous tests.

OK, try it now.

How high a number did you reach in that ONE long exhaled breath?

 

 

 

 

 

NUMBER COUNT (A) VERSUS (N) EMOTIONS
 

 

 

 


NUMBER COUNT (A) VERSUS (O1) SLEEP QUALITY
 

 

 

BREATH RATE  (B) VERSUS (K1) DIAGNOSED ILLNESSES

Complete Breaths at Rest

While standing, sitting, or lying down, observe your natural breathing pattern at rest.

Using a watch, count your complete breaths in one minute.

A complete breath is one inhale and one exhale and possibly a pause at the end of the exhale.

How many complete breaths did you have in one minute?

 

 

 

 

  

 


BREATH RATE (B) VERSUS (N) EMOTIONS
 

 

 

 

 

BREATH RATE (B) VERSUS SLEEP QUALITY (O1)

 

 

PAUSE LENGTH (C) VERSUS (K1) DIAGNOSED ILLNESSES

The breathing pause refers to any period of time between the end of a natural exhale and the beginning of the next inhale. That is, a period of time when the breathing seems to PAUSE and not do anything at all.

If the next inhale begins immediately after the exhale before, then there is NO breathing pause.

Observe your natural breathing pattern at rest, and notice whether or not there is any pause for a second or more between the exhale and next inhale.

Do you have this much breathing pause or not?

Yes     No

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAUSE LENGTH  (C) VERSUS (N) EMOTIONS 
 

 

 

 

 

PAUSE LENGTH  (C) VERSUS (O1) SLEEP QUALITY

  

 

EXTENDED PAUSE (D) VERSUS (K1) DIAGNOSED ILLNESSES

At the bottom or end of a natural exhale, resist breathing in as long as you possibly can, even when moderate discomfort arrives, but without trying to exhale further and/or tightening your stomach muscles.

Do not do it so long that you pass out.

Time it in seconds.

How many seconds long is your extended pause?

 

 

 

 

 

EXTENDED PAUSE (D) VERSUS (N) EMOTIONS

  

 

 

 

 EXTENDED PAUSE (D) VERSUS (O1) SLEEP QUALITY

 

 

We are so confident that you will feel a positive difference, we GUARANTEE that if you follow the simple program of Optimal Breathing Mastery, you will experience huge improvement in breathing as well as your life. Breath is life.

Clinical studies

Why the Optimal Breathing Mastery Kit's WHOLE 9 YARDS approach?  
To do just one technique or exercise will help some now and if continued over time will reach a cross over point where that technique or exercise becomes limiting and even harmful. Variety is mandatory to developing one's breathing. Breath is life.  

"A champion swimmer wanted to improve her ease of breathing and recovery times for multiple general race days and triathlete events. An opera singer was losing her high notes and sought psychotherapy but eventually just learned to breathe better and her high notes returned. A classical singer was losing her mid range and regained it with optimal breathing techniques. An emphysema victim learned that breathing was not what he thought it was, for over 50 years. It had become a permanent misunderstanding even to the point of doing it improperly when shown the proper way. Several sessions were needed to change this person’s breathing. A voice over specialist was losing his skills in creating various voices. He left fully able to do them at will. An asthmatic was retrained to breathe easier and the symptoms disappeared. Stuttering and spasmodic dysphonia can reduce or disappear when one learns to breathe optimally. A shy young lady learned to breathe better. Her shyness lessened and "I met a man and got married". Some eliminated their sleep problems, hypertension, type "A" responses, wimpy ways of being. Some increased their energy many fold, told off their suppressive boss, told the truth to their spouse, opened up to loving themselves, and set boundaries where needed. Some healed from illness or near death. There are thousands of stories like the one's above.  

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