Functional breathing retraining for sleep apnea – 1hr video

Topics to be discussed include

  • Why sleep apnea is not just about anatomy.
  • Understanding the neurological physiological traits that contribute to sleep apnea.
  • How  dysfunctional breathing contributes to sleep apnea.
  • Breathing retraining and neuroplasticity training for sleep apnea
  • Individualizing breathing retraining for sleep apnea
Asthma inhaler - young woman

Living well with asthma – What’s functional and dysfunctional breathing got to do with it?

Asthma affects 1 in 10 people in Australia, that’s about 2 million people and about 655 million dollars is spent on asthma every year according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Breathing retaining, relaxation and manual therapy can improve dysfunctional breathing. Research has shown that after breathing training asthmatics often have less symptoms, less medication and better quality of life.