A healthy body requires a constant stable internal equilibrium to work normally. When this equilibrium is challenged by chronic stress and disordered breathing habits, the body weakens, the immune system suffers, and the brain function is greatly diminished. We believe adaptive breathing, oxygen-CO2 balance, is the most effective and natural way to help regain physiologic stability.
The mission of Respiras Breathing is to provide a life enrichment education for public health.
Our vision is to create a sustainable person who is healthy, peaceful, capable, confident, and free.
Roberto De Guevara, OTR, MS is the founder of Respiras Breathing™, an organization recognized in the medical and dental fields for its dedication to alternative breathing function and stress adaptation.
Roberto is an occupational therapist consultant, coach, and trainer whose work is dedicated to uncovering the effects of disordered breathing patterns as they relate to chronic illnesses, pain syndromes, and sleep disorders. Roberto is an educator, researcher, scientist, and lecturer in the United States and Japan. He has also served as a consultant for the U.S. Army, training soldiers on respiratory efficiency for adaptation to combat-related stress. Roberto earned his master’s degree in Applied Breathing Sciences with Distinction award in 2014.
- Sikter A, De Guevara R. Probable etiology of arousal and anxiety on cellular level: is it the key to recovery from exaggerated anxiety?
- Sikter A, Rihmer Z. De Guevara R. New aspects in the pathomechanism of diseases of in civilization, particularly psychosomatic disorders: Part 1. Theoretical background.
- Sikter A, Rihmer Z. De Guevara R. New aspects in the pathomechanism of diseases of in civilization, particularly psychosomatic disorders: Part 2. Chronic hypocapnia and hypercapnia in the medical practice.
- De Guevara R, OTR MS, Miyoshi K, DDS, PhD, The Role of Science-Based Breathing Training In Dentofacial Development:Three Critical Concepts On How To Teach Breathing To Your Patients. 2017 6th Japan Association of Cranio-Orofacial Growth Guidance. Tokyo Medical and Dental University. 顎顔面口腔育成における科学的呼吸トレーニング呼吸訓練をする時に大切な３つのこと