Living More Peacefully


We propose methods which support the implementation and control of slow deep breathing will provide a more cost-effective method of creating serenity in a person’s life than Yoga and Meditation.


A scinetific Statement from the American Heart Association by Brooks et al Meeds correction


ecause of the positive findings from the majority of trials
and the meta-analyses, the writing group ascribed to dynamic
aerobic exercise a Class I, Level of Evidence A recommendation for BP-lowering efficacy. Dynamic aerobic exercise
should be performed by most individuals to reduce BP if clinically appropriate and not contraindicated.

Scientific Evidence shows that using RESPeRATE lowers  blood pressureandI think it activates the Parasympathetic Nervous System by as a result of Respiratory Simus Arrythmia phenomenon (has that been shown scientifically?)andDeg Dana using Polyvagal Theory in her book Anchored says that living with an active parasympathetic sympathetic nervous system is very enjoyable.

Brook, R. D., Appel, L. J., Rubenfire, M., Ogedegbe, G., Bisognano, J. D., Elliott, W. J., … & Rajagopalan, S. (2013). Beyond medications and diet: alternative approaches to lowering blood pressure: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association. Hypertension61(6), 1360-1383.

The overall evidence from clinical trials and meta-analyses
suggests that device-guided slow breathing can significantly
lower BP. There are no known contraindications to the use
of the device p1379

es (Class IIB,
Level of Evidence B) generally had modest, mixed, or no consistent evidence demonstrating their efficacy. Between the
noninvasive procedures and devices evaluated, device-guided breathing (Class IIA, Level of Evidence B) had greater support
than acupuncture

he writing group conferred to device-guided breathing a Class IIA, Level of Evidence B recommendation for
BP-lowering efficacy. Device-guided breathing is reasonable
to perform i

Declaration of Conflict of Interest.

We wish to acknowledge that support from RESPeRATE who gave me with a more modern device than I already had.

Among the approaches, it is the opinion of the
writing group to next consider the use of device-guided
breathing or isometric handgrip exercise. These modalities
are recommended with a higher priority in the order of
preference over the remaining options on the basis of the
larger weight of evidence supporting their BP-lowering
efficacy or their greater practicality to use in the real-world
setting compared with the other techniques with a Class IIB
recommendation (ie, TM and biofeedback

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