Just Keep Breathing is more than a hit song right now, it’s the mantra of humanity as they arise anew from these trying times.
Just Keep Breathing is more than a hit song right now, it’s the mantra of humanity as they arise anew from these trying times. Breathing right is a conversation being held across dinner tables, and zoom channels alike, around the globe. The phrase everyone keeps sharing with family and friends is: “just keep breathing” and get the most out of every nourishing breath. Yet, despite how common the cultural conversation about breathing right is, massive populations of people breathe shallowly, breathe incorrectly, and breathe under duress as they sleep. In fact, it is estimated that more than 70% of people don’t breathe right.
Adiel Gorel, owner of ICG, and a favorite keynote speaker for companies such as Facebook, Intel, and Stanford University is hosting a free Life 201 Event. Register here and learn how to breathe right from top breathing experts.
Life 201 Breathing Summit will feature ten world-renowned experts such as Dr. Nathan Bryan, who will be speaking about the amazing benefits of nitric oxide also known as the “miracle molecule.” Much of what can be accomplished when one is breathing right, is tied to nitric oxide levels. That means health can be improved by breathing right. Sounds simple, but the facts show most are not breathing right. The critical role nitric oxide, the Miracle Molecule, plays in people’s overall health will be welcome news to all in attendance at the Breathing Summit. Get this! Breathing right is easily done through daily humming. Humans have been happily humming to feel better for all of recorded time, chanting uplifts the spirit of religious ceremonies, and chanting uplifts the crowd at concerts and sporting events, because it means more people are breathing right. Ironically or perhaps serendipitously millions of people are humming the hit song “Just Keep Breathing” by Ariana Grande. Join in. It’s healthy. Hear exactly why breathing right is so good for over health and how science backs up the instinct to hum at the Breathing Summit.
“We stop breathing right during times of stress, we hold it in or we hold it out. It’s counterproductive and hinders our innate ability to just keep breathing. When our breathing is off, most of us are mentally freezing as well. At the Breathing Summit, you’ll find how to breathe right at all times.” -Adiel Gorel, owner of International Capital Group
At the Life 201 Breathing Summit, world authority on asthma, breathing right and sleep, Patrick McKeown, Author of “The Oxygen Advantage” will speak on Air hunger. Air hunger is a healthy stressor that can help anyone’s ability to begin breathing right and result in better health overall. Air hunger causes a strong urge to breathe or a feeling of breathlessness and can provide many health benefits. McKeown will expound on how to use Air Hunger to powerfully breathe right.
Breathing right through the nose provides the body with more nitric oxide which holds benefits including, helping dilate and constrict blood vessels. This can improve blood pressure and therefore heart health, blood pressure regulation, cardiovascular health, mitochondria production, calcium transport, oxidative stress, and skeletal muscle repair. All this with the simple improvement of breathing right.
“If a person can start breathing right, the way humans are meant to, there’s little that cannot be improved. Breathing right is a habit that can change the trajectory of a life.” -Adiel Gorel, owner of International Capital Group
Life201 Breathing Summit attendees are sure to find ways to Breathe right and live well. Don’t miss out! Join now by clicking here .
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