Breathe and Detox TriBreath

Breathe & Detox Your Way to Health

What does it mean to breathe and detox?  With breathing, water, exercise, sunshine and nourishment being the staple ingredients for vitality and health, how is it that breathing alone can help your body cleanse itself?  Yet as little as it known, it is your breath… your respiratory system, that is the biggest mover of metabolic waste from your body.  And the biggest mover of toxins above all other channels of excretion by a long shot. 

You see your respiratory system moves more metabolic waste out of your body than your perspiration, urination and defecation does combined!  In fact it’s estimated your respiratory system is responsible for the elimination of more than 70% of toxins and impurities that are absorbed and created within your body as an every day part of living. 


Your Breath – the Best Way To Detox

With little subject matter being taught in schools, why the Art of Breathing isn’t the major focus with regard to health-care is a mystery.  Thank goodness the breathing process is different to that of the digestive process with the breathing processes of your body being controlled by two sets of nerves.

  1. One set of nerves is for the set-and-forget part of breathing (involuntary/autonomic) that we don’t even think about.
  2. The other set of nerves belongs to the voluntary nervous system, the system that puts you into the drivers seat of your body so to speak.

It is the practice of voluntary/conscious breathing that offers so many good tidings for each and everyone of us it could well be considered ridiculously bountiful.  As with all aspects of the human body, it’s governed by the same universal law “If you don’t use it, you lose it!”  Hence the sooner you get into the practice of “conscious rhythmic breathing” the better.

Ask yourself…

How many times do you catch yourself holding your breath throughout the day?  If you caught yourself once, the chances are you missed the 10 times you didn’t notice.

On the physical level, this is why learning and practicing the TriBreath breathing rhythm’s when you walk and run is like striking gold.  By consciously focusing on your breathing rhythm’s when you’re moving, your autonomic (involuntary) breathing nerves are likewise strengthened helping your body maintain that vitality that makes living in a robust and healthy body such a joy.




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