Neurobreathing: The Cutting-Edge Technique for Health

The author of the methodology is Maxim Patrushev, 49 years old, a neuropsychologist, marathon runner, writer, mountaineer, and traveler.

He began studying the effects of breathing on the human body 15 years ago. The impetus for the research was his own problems in life – low energy levels, chronic fatigue, depression, and frequent colds. 

The enthusiasm to continue ignited when, in just 3 days of a breathing seminar, long-standing sleep problems disappeared, and depression lifted. Later, this led to significant life changes.

Over the course of 15 years, he has conducted more than 700 breathing seminars, with a total of over 15,000 participants.

The “Neurobreathing” system is the result of a deep study of breathing practices from around the world and practical application in years of working with clients.

An interesting fact from my biography – in early childhood, I lived in India with my parents, and my father took me to yoga classes with a local guru. The teacher gave me lessons in yogic breathing – pranayama.

I didn’t remember this. My father told me about it many years later, after I started studying breathing practices.

The “Neurobreathing” practices will help you increase your levels of life and creative energy, reduce anxiety, improve health, and enhance the enjoyment of life, helping you better feel and understand yourself.

Breathe with me.

Breathing is one of the most fundamental processes of our body, yet most of us do it without much conscious awareness. Neurobreathing is a powerful new breathing technique that can significantly enhance physical, mental, and emotional health when done regularly. 

Neurobreathing was developed by breathing expert Maxim Patrushev who has over 15 years experience working with breathing practices. It works by utilizing proper breath control to activate the parasympathetic nervous system which triggers deep relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety, boosts immunity, and improves sleep. 

Specific techniques focus on extending the exhale which increases carbon dioxide levels in the bloodstream. This has been scientifically shown to reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure, improve endurance, and calm the mind. 

Practicing neurobreathing for just a few minutes each day can provide outstanding results over time. Benefits include improved concentration and mental clarity, increased energy levels, weight loss, anti-aging effects, enhanced athletic performance, and better interpersonal skills. It can also help individuals overcome addictions and destructive habits.

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