It wasn’t until the 1990’s that modern science began to study meditation in all of its forms. (The word meditation here covers any mindful practice or technique which brings the mind to a single focus).
It has asked the questions:
- Does meditation reduce stress in the eyes of modern science?
- Does it change the shape of your brain?
- Does it reduce anxiety, help relieve depression, make us more productive?
- AND…does it help lower stress-related conditions such as low blood pressure?
There is plenty of research on this (we have offered a few publications below). You may or not choose to read them. You may or may not choose to believe them.
We’re not claiming our app to have a cure-all effect. The most conclusive proof you will have is when you try it for yourself.
There are many meditation and breathing techniques. Many are generic and may not bring immediate success.
This specific breathing technique has been designed by experts to lower hyper conditions, such as High Blood Pressure (Hypertension).
We chose this condition to launch with, because it’s measurable by instruments which are accessible to many at home, and because it’s a condition which afflicts over 75 million Americans alone.
Stress and anxiety can play a major role in Hypertension.
Physiological effects of anxiety include:
- Numbness and tingling
- Chest pain
- Neck tension
- Stomach upset, nervous stomach
- Pulsing in the ear
- Burning skin
- Fear of impending doom
- Shortness of breath
- Electric shock feeling
- Shooting pains in the face
- Heart palpitations
- Weakness in legs
- Feeling like you are going crazy
- Inability to rest
- Sleep problems
According to anxiety center’s statistics over the last 10 years, 54 percent of women and 46 percent of men experience anxiety disorder.
Be your own science experiment. It is in no way harmful, complies with all FCA standards, and teaches you to be more efficient something that you do all the time anyway. Breathe. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain.