Sometimes when you sign in you receive an error pop up saying “Invalid email/password. Please re-enter” This may happen for two reasons: You have mistyped the username or password. It happens to all of us. You have created a password that includes upper case letters. 2breathe does not accept uppercase letters, only lowercase and numbers. For
Follow the process below to change your password: From the Start Session screen, click the Menu button (Upper-Left, three lines) Click the user name at the top Click the grey wheel icon next to the logged user Select the “Change Password” row. Enter the current password in the top row “Old Password” and your new
When you insert a new battery, the sensor’s LED should blink red briefly three times. This is to signal the user that the battery was inserted correctly. In some cases, the red LED does not blink. This happens because sometimes the sensor’s capacitor still holds some power. To resolve this, before inserting a new battery, press
You’re battery should be good for 3-6 months of use, averaging one session a day. It is still possible that because of shelf time, this period is shorter. Anyway, replacing the battery requires you to purchase and prepare a new battery. 2breathe uses a 3V vattery of type CR2032, available in many retail stores. To replace the
The AppStore sometimes has problems installing apps. It may happen from several reasons, most of them unknown to us. But, turning off and the on the your iOS device usually solves this problem. Turning the device off is done by pressing the Lock Screen button for a few seconds until the Shut Off screen shows
2breathe is defined as an iPhone only application by Apple, but can still be used on iPad as on an iPhone. The iPad default search is limited to iPad dedicated applications. In order to find and download the 2breathe App on iPad, please follow the steps below: Launch the AppStore App from the main screen.
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.