Dramatically Increase Your Energy and Squash Anxiety In Just 10 Minutes A Day
What if you could invest 10 minutes every morning for the next month to DOUBLE your energy levels?
I’m incredibly excited to share a new live virtual event with you from my good friend and energy expert Ari Whitten. He’s teaching a new system that he says is “the single fastest method to increase energy levels that I’ve found in 25 years of studying health science.”
The next event is October 13th at 4:30pm PST, and he’s giving away the secrets of how to use specific breathing practices to:
- How to measure your body’s vitality/energy with a simple 1-minute test
- Rewire your nervous system out of stress mode and dramatically decrease anxiety levels
- Improve your fitness level and endurance dramatically
- Why deep breathing is actually bad advice (and what the right approach is to increase your energy and decrease anxiety)
- How to improve your health by increasing oxygen delivery to your cells
- The 4 keys to optimal breathing (and how to rewire your brain into doing it automatically)
- Why dysfunctional breathing is a common cause of brain fog and mood problems (and how improving circulation to your brain with breathing can fix it)
- Why breathing practices are often the secret key to helping you sleep deeper than you have since you were a kid
- A powerful 10-minute morning routine that dramatically increases energy levels
1-Minute Test Shows You Your Body’s Vitality
Take 1-minute and try this out… It’s something called the Body Oxygen Level Test and it provides incredible insight into your body’s energy levels and overall health status.
Here’s how to do it…
Take a normal breath in through your nose and allow a normal breath out through your nose.
- Pinch your nostrils shut and hold your breath.
- Count the number of seconds until you feel the FIRST definite desire to breathe, or the first stresses of your body urging you to breathe. (Don’t push your body to your absolute breath hold LIMIT – just until the first desire to breathe).
- Release and resume normal breathing. Your breathing should be normal and calm. (If you’re breathing hard, you held too long).
How many seconds did you get?
Here’s the bottom line:
- A healthy, vital, energetic body should be able to hold for at LEAST 40 seconds.
- If you got LESS THAN 25 seconds, it indicates dysfunctional breathing and a body in poor health (low energy/vitality).
You may not know it, but our BREATHING habits are a major key to health and high energy levels.
And dysfunctional breathing (which the majority of people have) is a major cause of chronic low energy levels, and chronic anxiety.
Sign up for the Breathing for Energy virtual event now!