Next to breathing, sleep is the most natural thing in the world. People shouldn’t need help in order to sleep… and yet 164 million Americans have sleep issues despite spending $41 billion on various sleep aids. What is going on? We’re working harder, (though much of it is not physical). We’re awake longer hours, we
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For the answer to this question, user Clay (a yogi) responds: 2breathe is not yogic breathing. That was the mistake I made when I first began, as I tried to turn it into that. 2breathe has the mission of sleep, its initiation and maintenance–and yoga does not. With 2breathe, you are not encouraging vigilance and
It is true that following the tones is how you will get the maximum benefits of 2breathe, and ideally you should be following the tones as closely as possible (unless you are using 2breathe to fall asleep in which case when you doze off you can ignore the tones– see above). However, until you feel
At some point during a session, you might feel that the tones are too fast or too slow for you. The first scenario in which this might occur is when you begin to drowse. If you are using 2breathe to fall asleep, this is what you want, don’t fight it! Just allow yourself to fall
Yup. We’ve created a few melodies and you can choose the one that suits you best. On the top left of your screen you will see a few bars. Touch them and a menu will appear. Touch preferences and then sounds. You can choose from the melodies listed there for your next session.
Try pressing on the on/off switch for 3-2 seconds. If it flashes red and green, it is working. If the light does not turn on, try replacing the battery. See how to replace a battery tutorial video here.
First, make sure your sensor is paired with your mobile device and the bluetooth is on. Then lie down or lean back. Place the device lower than your rib cage but above your belly button and breathe naturally. You should see the lines on the screen increase and decrease with your breathing. If they do