Respiras is the application of science, technology, and skilled intervention to resolve the most complex cases involving chronic stress, breathing problems, sleep disorders, and pain syndromes. Our practice is devoted to solving CO2 depletion and stress loading in the autonomic nervous system.
IMPROVING YOUR PHYSIOLOGY
PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH
FOR THAT EXTRA EDGE
Disordered breathing, leading to CO2 depletion, has been linked to devastating symptoms like breathlessness, chronic fatigue, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, poor concentration, pain syndromes, and sleep problems to name just a few. Retraining breathing to optimize the oxygen-carbon dioxide balance and healing of the autonomic nervous system are the most powerful and effective new ways of health promotion and life extension. We take respiratory wellness to a whole new level...
Anxiety, panic attacks
Burning mouth syndrome
The power to consciously influence your physiology to fine-tune its own healing potential gives you control over your health and well-being. Our mission is to give you skills to improve your most precious asset, your health.
"Carbon dioxide depletion due to disordered respiration is one the most overlooked problems in medicine despite the evidence in our literature. Respiras is pulmonary occupational therapy at its finest. I deeply appreciate Respiras' effort in health promotion, bringing a sophisticated data-based service to patients who want more and expect more.
"Respiras helps to re-establish normal physiology in a way that cannot be done with medications, psychotherapy, or even nutritional supplements. It is a critical and almost completely untapped source of treatment that merits further recognition and application to the medical issues that face us in the twenty-first century."
Breathing retraining to normalize the oxygen and carbon dioxide balance in the body makes scientific sense. This unique approach to stress adaptation offers innovation to patients who are looking for ways to improve their quality of life. Respiras Breathing's conservative approach deserves praise and recognition in our ever-evolving medical community.”