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Fhain studio - How Your Daytime Breathing Can Affect Your Sleep

How often do we consider that the way we breathe may be having a significant impact on our sleep quality? It's likely that the majority of us have given it little thought, and particularly so because this is rarely mentioned in popular publications. To read more click on RSVP...

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Fhain studio - How Your Daytime Breathing Can Affect Your Sleep
Fhain studio - How Your Daytime Breathing Can Affect Your Sleep

Time & Location

20. Jan. 2024, 14:00 – 15:30

Berlin, Thaerstraße.40, Berlin, Germany

About the event

How Your Daytime Breathing Can Affect Your Sleep

How often do we consider that the way we breathe may be having a significant impact on our sleep quality? It's likely that the majority of us have given it little thought, and particularly so because this is rarely mentioned in popular publications.Yet research does exist to support the not-so-surprising notion that dysfunctional daytime breathing will likely also affect sleep. And since 60 - 80% of the population has suboptimal breathing, this should perhaps be one of the first places to look for anyone dealing with sleep issues.

This workshop will do just that by providing the information as well as how to make the necessary changes to reduce or, better still, eliminate the negative effects of sleep disordered breathing. And you will have the chance to evaluate your own breathing efficiency using a simple test to give you an idea of where you are.

Based on what you learn in this workshop, if you would like additional guidance and monitoring over a longer period to rectify a sleep disordered breathing problem, you will be eligible for a 10% discount on our full breathing re-training program following attendance at this event.

Price: 25€ , USC/ClassPass/Gympass - check in + 18€

Booking and payment should either be made via the event booking page at

https://www.henryandhenryeu.com/events , or in cash on the day.

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