Don’t Panic! Just Keep Breathing! Science of Breathing Right. Life 201 Summit

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Don’t Panic! Just Keep Breathing! Science of Breathing Right. Life 201 Summit

Breathing right is a hot topic, and maybe we’ve even begun to say the words to calm our minds: “just keep breathing”. Yet, despite how common the cultural conversation about breathing right is, most of us breathe improperly. Most of us breathe shallowly. In fact, it is estimated that more than 70% of people don’t breathe right.

Adiel Gorel, owner of ICG and public speaker at companies such as Meta, Intel, and Stanford University is hosting a free Life 201 Event. Register here and learn from top experts in the field of breathing for your health today and your longevity.

There will be eight world-renowned experts such as Dr. Nathan Bryan, who will go to the heart of the matter during the summit. He’ll be speaking about the myriad benefits of nitric oxide for you. Much of what we can accomplish for improving our health is linked to nitric oxide levels and can be improved by breathing right. The critical role of nitric oxide also called the Miracle Molecule on your health will amaze you. Get this! Breathing right is easily accomplished through something as simple as humming. We’ve been instinctually humming to make ourselves feel better for millennia, ironically millions of us are humming the “Just Keep Breathing” song by Ariana Grande these days. You’ll hear exactly why and how science backs up our instinct to hum at the Breathing Summit.

“Breathing, we do it over 22,000 times a day. Breathing is life-sustaining. Yet we stop breathing right during times of stress, such as during a pandemic that affects our ability to just keep breathing. Well, when our breathing is off, most of us freeze. At the Breathing Summit, you’ll find there is so much you can do.” -Adiel Gorel, owner of International Capital Group

At the Breathing Summit, you will learn from NY Times Best Selling Author and Journalist, Author of “Breath” James Nestor. He will expound on breathing through the nose and the intricate and specialized network we have behind our nose made explicitly for breathing right.

It’s simple. Breathing right through your nose provides you with more nitric oxide which has so many benefits to your health including, helping your body dilate and constrict your blood vessels. This can improve your blood pressure and therefore your heart health, blood pressure regulation, cardiovascular health, mitochondria production, calcium transport, oxidative stress, and skeletal muscle repair.

“I actually started taping my mouth at night, so as to make sure I breathe through my nose, years ago and it has made such a difference in my health.” -Adiel Gorel, owner of International Capital Group

Patrick McKeown, World Authority on Asthma, Breathing & Sleep, Author of “The Oxygen Advantage” will also be speaking at the Breathing Summit on Air hunger. Air hunger is a healthy stressor that, when done right, can improve breathing and result in better health overall for you. It is a sensation of a strong urge to breathe or a feeling of breathlessness. McKeown will expound on the ins and outs of Air Hunger.

Amongst the many experts on breathing right, you’ll hear from Dr. Erlene Chiang about Qi Gong, the traditional Chinese system that has its roots in Chinese traditional medicine, philosophy, and martial arts. It consists of coordinated movements and body postures that also combine meditation and breathing techniques to improve your health and keep you breathing right.

If we can start breathing right, the way we are meant to, there’s little we cannot conquer. Adiel Gorel believes that you are sure to find ways to overcome your life challenges and live to your highest potential at the Breathing Summit. Don’t miss out! Join us by clicking here

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