People don’t realise how drastically a bad breathing technique can affect them, but by learning how to breathe properly the effects can be literally life changing.
Last year I was trying to be superman for a 6-month period through winter...
See what Veronique has to say.
“There’s physio for lungs?”
Does your child or a child you know mouth breathe?
Health Section: The Times UK: Harry Wallop, 5 Feb, 2019
The Project NZ
THE BENEFITS OF BREATHING THAT WORKS
Sometimes it's not 'all in their head' - teenagers can be particularly vulnerable to breathing dysfunction.
The history of physiotherapy and breathing re-education.
1st May 2018 is the 20th annual World Asthma Day.
At the age of 15, a light bulb moment occurred for me in the biology lab.
This week we consider the religious view point of breath.
Talk for more than 5 minutes to Tania Clifton-Smith and you're suddenly aware that you are holding your breath...
If we can control the mechanical way we respond to stress, we could reduce anxiety.
Day One: Breathing Dysfunction/ Breathing Pattern Disorders
Two enterprising physiotherapists are urging New Zealand physiotherapists to join a trail-blazing health initiative to counter a government withdrawal of key physiotherapy funding.
If breathing is not normalised no other movement pattern can be.
NZ Nationwide Breathe easier with physiotherapy campaign - BradCliff® physiotherapy.
NZ Nationwide Breathe easier with physiotherapy campaign - BradCliff® physiotherapy
Medical experts – on Breathing pattern disorders. NZ Nationwide Breathe easier with physiotherapy campaign - BradCliff® physiotherapy .
The first time I paid a visit to nutrition super hero....
Gill South learns breathing properly isn’t as easy as she thought and requires serious practice. – NZ Herald
I've discovered I'm a mouth breather, and what's the bet you are too.
“Panic stations” missed out one thing: hyperventilation syndrome.
Not addressing breathing patterns of asthmatics is negligent – Pharmacy Today magazine
Two internationally recognised breathing experts have called for the promotion of drug-free alternatives to asthma treatments to help the more than 600,000 New Zealanders with a respiratory illness.
Drug-free alternatives to asthma treatment need to be promoted, two internationally recognised breathing experts say.