SCHOOL OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SCIENCES
Take a deep breath?
Please don’t. Or at least, don’t take too many at a time.
Breathing habits that bring on deeper breathing can destabilize basic respiratory chemistry and trigger symptoms and deficits of all kinds, ones that are usually mistakenly attributed to other unrelated causes. To learn more about symptoms, dysfunctional habits, and changes you can make, click on some of the options listed below.
VIDEO 1: Breathing: Unexplained Symptoms and Deficits
Your breathing may be affecting you in profound ways, in ways you never imagined, much more so than you know, and without your realizing it.
VIDEO 2: Breathing: Dysfunctional Habits & Vicious Circle Learning
Bad breathing habits are vicious circle and they may stay with you for a life time, triggering unexplained symptoms and deficits year after year.
VIDEO 3: Breathing: Intuitive Learning vs. Prescriptive Intervention
You can learn to break your bad breathing habits, replace them with good ones, and benefit enormously from aligning your breathing with respiratory reflexes.
RADIO INTERVIEW: An interview about breathing habits with Dr. Peter Litchfield
Dr. Jim Morningstar interviews Dr. Litchfield on national radio with some challenging questions about breathing habits and their effects on physiology and psychology.