Science of Breathing
Heart Rate Variability
Nitric oxide is very important for cardiovascular health as when nitric oxide is depleted it can cause plaque build up in the cardiovascular system
Through our breath it is vital to breathe through the nose to harness the benefits of Nitric oxide. Interestingly the less volume of air that we breathe through our noses the greater the release of Nitric Oxide in our bloodstreams.
When we are asleep the tongue plays a very important role in a deep, restful sleep.
If our tongue is not sitting in the correct position during sleep it can block our airway.
For many people this is made worse as their jaws have not developed to their full potential and there is not enough room to accommodate the tongue correctly.
This can have detrimental effects on our breathing during sleep and on our health and wellbeing.
When we are in the deeper stages of sleep our muscles relax and our tongue can drop back and block our airway causing us to hold our breath and have episodes of Sleep Apnea.
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