2breathe poses no known medical risk. However, as with all breathing exercises we suggest that you consult with your physician if you suffer or have suffered in the past from: active ischemic heart disease/unstable angina, bradycardia, severe congestive heart failure, chronic atrial fibrillation, stroke resulting in permanent impairment, chronic renal failure, severe asthma, chronic obstructive
If your child can breathe with the tones, he or she can use 2breathe. In fact, we have users who have given 2breathe to their children to help them fall asleep with some amazing results. See Jonathan’s story here. 00 Be the 1st to vote.
Yes. You can add a user to the same iOS device or download the app to a separate iOS device and share the sensor. Both accounts will get the same support. 00 Be the 1st to vote.
Currently, 2breathe can be used with the following iOS devices: iPhone 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6+, 6s, 6s+ iPad 3, iPad Air, iPad Mini, and iPad Pro. iPod Touch 6th Gen 00 Be the 1st to vote.
Your sensor can be shared, but your sleep session data will be saved under one account, which would make it hard to monitor your own progress. Each of you should create your own account so you can track your sleep accurately. 00 Be the 1st to vote.
Absolutely. Simply use 2breathe for 15 minutes prior to going to bed, take it off and go to sleep – Quietly. 00 Be the 1st to vote.
2breathe is not a medical device nor a substitute for medical advice. As with anything you introduce into your prescribed regimen, you should speak to your doctor about the best way to integrate 2breathe into your sleep routine. 00 Be the 1st to vote.
2breathe’s patented technology transforms your breathing into tones that gradually guide you to prolonged exhalation and slow breathing. Within minutes, neural sympathetic activity is reduced allowing the mind & body to relax into sleep. Most people with issues falling asleep begin to see improvements after a few 2breathe sessions. People who have issues staying asleep
Rare is the person that gets the needed 7-9 hours for good health and productivity. Often, even the sleep we do manage, is fragmented or not as deep and restful as we’d like. In fact, a recent Consumer Reports survey found that an estimated 164 million Americans struggle to get a good night’s sleep at