The Relaxator Breath Trainer

(43 customer reviews)


The Relaxator Breathing Retrainer is a small and convenient tool to improve your breathing habits. It’s extremely easy to use—simply place the Relaxator in your mouth and when you exhale it provides an adjustable level of resistance, which, when used regularly, helps you achieve optimal breathing with a resulting increase in your oxygen uptake.

Benefits of Using The Relaxator


The Relaxator Breathing Retrainer helps you achieve optimal breathing by stimulating the diaphragm to work properly thus ensuring that the inhaled air reaches further down in your abdomen. The diaphragm is our most important breathing muscle and a good diaphragmatic breathing makes the process of breathing efficient.


The rhythm of your heart follows your respiratory rhythm, so if your respiratory rate is irregular it has a negative effect on your heart. The Relaxator Breathing Retrainer helps to maintain a breathing pattern that is more rhythmical and relaxed.


When you breathe using the Relaxator, you extend the time spent breathing out, which helps your body to relax. Breathing in is an active process in which, among other things, your heart rate increases, whilst breathing out is a passive process, which is linked to relaxation and a lowering of your heart rate. Increased relaxation means you will experience less stress and more harmony. When your body is more relaxed, you function better and can achieve more with less effort.


When we breathe in a way that is not optimal, our body suffers a lack of oxygen. The organs that are most negatively affected include the brain, heart, muscles and eyes. With the Relaxator the inhaled air end up in the midriff to a greater extent, which results in increased and more efficient oxygen uptake.

When Do I Use The Relaxator?


Use the Relaxator:

  • Asthma attack. In asthma the airways are narrow. The Relaxator helps to increase the carbon dioxide in your airways, which makes them wider as CO2 has a relaxing effect on the smooth muscles surrounding the airways.
  • Coughing. We cough in order to get rid of particles trapped in the airways. Breathing out through a resistance increase the pressure and air circulation in the lungs, which will reduce the need for coughing, as the trapped particles are removed naturally.
  • Pain and childbirth. Fast and shallow breathing, or holding our breath increases tensions and pain. Improving our breath can reduce pain. Taking control of the breathing during childbirth can break the vicious fear-tense-pain-cycle.
  • Low energy. Our ability to produce energy without oxygen is very limited, which is the reason why we die if we stop breathing. In fact, our cells produce up to 16 times more energy with oxygen than without.


Use the Relaxator:

  • Cravings. In cravings we tend to look for external solutions to inner conflicts. Conscious breathing helps connect your brain-brain with you heart-brain and gut-brain.
  • Anger, rage. Turning to your breath when angry helps you to get out of fight/flight mode and calm down and get into safe/relaxed mode.
  • Digestion problems. On every inhale the low, slow and diaphragmatic breathing increases the pressure in your abdomen and stimulates the intestines and bowel movement .
  • High stress, worry and anxiety. Our inner stress is reflected in our breath. By taking control over your breathing you can reduce stress and anxiety and dare to remain in the difficult situation for longer.


Use the Relaxator:

  • Biking. While riding the bike you can use the Relaxator to train yourself to tolerate higher levels of carbon dioxide.
  • Walking, jogging. Using the Relaxator during physical activity increases the pressure in the lungs and sinuses which leads to better air circulation and improved lung and nose function.
  • Meditation. The low, slow and rhythmical breathing promoted by the Relaxator is a great way to get into a state of deep relaxation.
  • Yoga, Qi gong. Relaxed breathing gives a relaxed body which enhances your yoga and qi gong sessions.


Use the Relaxator:

  • At the computer. When concentrating and being creative our brain needs a lot of oxygen. Rhythmic breathing is a prerequisite to maintain good brain oxygenation.
  • Painting the house. The Relaxator is great when doing repetivite work that requires presence to avoid mistakes, like painting the house.
  • Gardening. When mowing the lawn or pottering in the garden you can use the Relaxator to give your breathing muscles an extra workout.
  • Driving. The Relaxator can help you to stay alert, be calmer and have more patience when driving.


Use the Relaxator:

  • In bed. Using the Relaxator in bed before falling asleep is a great way to close the day and prepare yourself for sleep. Or use it before getting up in the morning to set the intention for the day.
  • Reading. When using the Relaxator while reading you increase your ability to stay focused and understand the text.
  • Cooking. One of the great things about the Relaxator is that you can use it many different situations, for examle while cooking or doing other household chores.
  • Watching TV. Isn’t it cool that you can improve your breathing and your health even when doing something as sedentary as watching TV.
How Do I Use The Relaxator?


Set the resistance of your choice by turning the Relaxator mouthpiece to adjust the vent.

There are five levels of resistance: the smaller the opening, the greater the resistance. Five is the heaviest resistance and one is the lightest.

The aim is for you to achieve a low, slow, small, relaxed and rhythmical breathing, so it is recommended that you increase the resistance slowly and gradually to make sure your breathing stays relaxed.

2. Bring the Relaxator to your mouth

Bring the Relaxator to your mouth. Let it rest gently between the lips for greatest relaxation. If possible, refrain from biting it with your teeth since this causes your jaw to tense up and increased amount of saliva.

3. Breathe out through the Relaxator​

Exhale slowly and calmly through the Relaxator. At exhalation your abdomen and the lower part of your chest should slowly contract while the upper part of your chest and shoulders remain still.

4. Inhale calmly through your nose ​

Inhale calmly through your nose — just let the inhalation happen and let the air in. At inhalation the air passes into your abdominal area. Your abdomen slowly expands while the upper part of your chest and shoulders remain still. The lower part of your chest may expand a little. Please note that the main focus when using the Relaxator should be on the outbreath, since if we get the exhalation right, a good, low, diaphragmatic inhalation will follow.

5. Use the Relaxator fifteen minutes once or twice a day ​

Using the Relaxator for fifteen minutes once or twice a day gives good results. There is no limit to how long time it may be used at a time. Some people opt to use it for 1–2 hours a day. An optimal respiration of 8–12 breaths per minute, with 0.5 liters of air per breath is achieved when the resistance is set to 3–4. Please note that our breathing affects every single aspect of our lives, so if you train too hard in the beginning with the Relaxator you may experience cleansing reactions.

6. Maintain a relaxed breathing when training with the Relaxator

Endeavor to maintain a relaxed, non-strained breathing when you use the Relaxator. There is no need to push yourself too hard in order to achieve results. Note how you breathe after having used the Relaxator. If your breathing afterwards is relaxed and rhythmic, the Relaxator is set it to a suitable resistance.

What do our customers say?

Question: Can you explain how blowing in the Relaxator can, in some people, increase the level of carbon dioxide and in people with, for example, COPD or pulmonary emphysema, reduce the level of it, as these people retain too much carbon dioxide?

Answer: Many of us breathe in a way that exceeds the needs of our body, which is essentially a low-grade form of hyperventilation. The big problem with hyperventilation is that we get an imbalance between oxygen and carbon dioxide: we get too much oxygen and too little carbon dioxide. More information on the disadvantages of a low carbon dioxide pressure can be found in this article: “Carbon dioxide pressure more important than blood pressure”.

When we breathe in using the Relaxator, the purpose is, among others, to calm down our breathing and breathe more slowly. Slower breathing will reduce hyperventilation. In other words, the amount of air we breathe in and out per minute or hour will decrease. By slowing breathing, we will retain more carbon dioxide in our bodies, which will lead to increased carbon dioxide pressure.

If you have COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or pulmonary emphysema, parts of your lungs are destroyed due to the collapse of alveoli (pulmonary vesicles responsible for the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the bloodstream). It then becomes difficult to fully exhale air, and as a result, your lungs and air passages will retain some of the carbon dioxide.

If the person with COPD or pulmonary emphysema exhales through a Relaxator or some similar device which increases resistance upon exhalation, the pressure in the person’s lungs will increase. The increased pressure will cause the alveoli that have collapsed, to widen, which means that the carbon dioxide can be extracted from the blood so balance can be restored.

To sum it all up, Relaxator training will help in restoring an optimal carbon dioxide pressure both during over-breathing (where carbon dioxide pressure is too low) and COPD or pulmonary emphysema (where carbon dioxide pressure is too high).

Question: I have tried using the Relaxator, but even though I try not to bite into it and just have it between my lips I get a lot of saliva in my mouth. That is why it is hard for me to use it.
Answer: The reasons for experiencing problems with saliva when using a Relaxator are often due to one of the following causes:

Tensed jaws. Your jaws may become tense when using a Relaxator, which will increase saliva production. If possible, it is optimal for you to hold the Relaxator between your lips, as this will provide increased relaxation compared to when you bite into it with your teeth.

Increased relaxation. If you are using a Relaxator, there will be increased activity in the parasympathetic part of the autonomic nervous system (the part of the nervous system that handles heartbeat, breathing, digestion, etc. without us having to think about it). In English, the parasympathetic system is called the rest and digest system. When we relax, the body may, thus, think it is time to eat and, as a result, secrete more saliva. And the fact that we put a Relaxator in our mouths can contribute even more to make the body think food will soon come.

Difficulty swallowing at the same time. The technique for swallowing while having a Relaxator in your mouth has to be learned, but you will usually figure it out after having used the Relaxator for a while.

Saliva is a way to get rid of waste products. One reason for more saliva is that your body becomes better balanced by the breathing training, and then the ability to rid yourself of waste products will increase. Normally, we have four ways to get rid of waste products: urine, feces, sweat and exhalation. When these are not enough, our bodies use saliva as a backup system.

Overuse at first. If we immediately start training with the Relaxator for several hours a day with a very small opening to create high resistance, and it is hard to exhale the air, it is conceivable that we may overuse the Relaxator and will need to both reduce the time we use it and open up the Relaxator a little more so that it is easier to exhale through it.

If the hole on the Relaxator is pointed downward. According to my experience, it is better if the breathing hole is pointing upwards in case of saliva problems.

My advice is to hang in and continue training with the Relaxator, as the problems usually are transient and the saliva will decrease after having used the Relaxator for a while. Another option is to take a break or work out with the Relaxator for a shorter time or with a lower resistance if you find the saliva to be a problem.
Question: What is the best way to clean my Relaxator?
 Here are some tips on how to clean the Relaxator:
  • Soak the Relaxator in lukewarm water with some detergent.
  • Flush the Relaxator below the water tap with some hot water.
  • Put on some colloidal silver or some other cleansing agent.
  • Place the Relaxator in a glass of lukewarm water with half a teaspoon of bicarbonate for 15 minutes. See the study below on pesticides, where bicarbonate was more effective than Clorox. After 15 minutes in bicarbonate, almost all the pesticide was neutralized.
  • Take the Relaxator apart from time to time and clean it with a cotton swab. To disassemble the Relaxator, remove the back cover from the nozzle. Remove the membrane and the holder (“the wagon wheel”) by inserting a standard food knife through the nozzle and poke out the membrane. NOTE! Usually, it is possible to keep the Relaxator clean without taking it apart.
Boiling the Relaxator is not a good idea as it contains a rubber membrane to prevent inhalation through the mouth. The membrane can withstand a maximum of 55° C (131° F). It is also possible to remove the membrane completely if you wish. I have never tried that, but it should be possible to clean the Relaxator in the dishwasher and set the maximum temperature to 131° F (55° C).


Please Note! The Relaxator is not a replacement for medication. Always consult your physician before making any medical changes.

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Relaxator Breathing Retrainer

(43 customer reviews)


43 reviews for The Relaxator Breath Trainer

  1. Durga prasad (verified owner)

    Nice thing

  2. Marija Beljan (verified owner)

    It slowed down breathing like promised 😊

  3. Sarah-Jane (verified owner)

    Love it! Thank you.

  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Improved sleep. Breathe much slower and more relaxed. Loads of energy. A fantastic transformation!

  5. Jonathan Capel (verified owner)

    The Relaxator has helped me train my nose breathing.

  6. Jan Ketchel (verified owner)

    My husband and I have been using the Relaxators and the sleep tape every day and night for several weeks and have had excellent results. No more mouth breathing at night and the nostrils are open and clear all day too. Several long covid related symptoms have completely disappeared and we are both feeling tiptop! Thanks for all the research you’ve done and for a great product, which we have been sending to family members and recommending to clients.

  7. John K. (verified owner)

    Using regularly and learning to not breathe through my mouth when I concentrate, work out in the cold and during exercise. Nose breathing with slow exhale has definitely improved my athletic endurance and ease of exercising. I do many cardio and strength exercises on alternating days. Some of the exercises which are quicker like doing my max number of push-ups (currently my max is 58) in one minute are hard for me to breathe through my nose with slow exhale because I want to breathe out each time I push up. Need instruction on how to breathe when doing quick rep exercises.

  8. Martin M. (verified owner)

    Enjoying my evening routine with Relaxator. Amazing breath trainer. Using it almost every day 🙂

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  10. Nikolaus Göden (verified owner)

    For me the relaxator is a real game changer for my breathing sessions.
    Although it is possible (and I practice it regularly) to use “pointed lips” for a reduces exhaling, the Relaxator makes it much more easier.
    Now, I like to share a very special result I am experiencing!

    In autum 2020 I finshed the “Add Heart Facilitator” course with the Heart Math Institute.
    Since then I practiced with the “Inner Balance App” to check my “HRV” (Heart Rate Variability).
    For me this is a great exercise to control my HRV – my inner Balance, so to speak.

    The results were “ok” – most interesting for me get a “feedback” which shows me directly, at which point (Thoughts) my HRV rises or falls.
    I also used it while watching the Mind Movie I created, using the knowledge I got from my work with Dr. Joe Dispenza.

    Now, practicing breathwork according Mr. Olssons Book (especially the prolonged exhalation) I thought, why not using it while watching my Mind Movie.

    WOW!!! – What an experience!!! – What a result!!!

    I easily reach a high HRV which mostly is 3 times higher (!!!) than ever before.

    I really won´t miss it and practice it every morning.

    Thanks for your work!

    Lovely Greetings
    Nikolaus Göden

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  14. Jennifer (verified owner)

    Nice tool, only down side for me is that I find it hard to keep in my mouth without clenching my teeth, and that’s while sitting. So I haven’t tried any activities with it yet.

  15. Martin R. (verified owner)

    usFlorida, United States

    I initially felt the price was too high for the relaxator – 35 bucks for a piece of plastic? After 2 days I was already planning on ordering at least one more in case I lost mine. The relaxator does exactly what its name says – it destresses me and gets me back to the breathing rhythm that makes me feel better. I’ve practiced breathing techniques before so I was already at a 4 when I started. I highly recommend this to anyone that gets stressed out.

  16. Gavin Hesson (verified owner)

    caOntario, Canada

    I loved this book.
    The flow makes it very digestible. It’s very informative without getting lost in physiological explanations yet provides objective evidence of the “hows and whys” without leaving you to feel like the information is notional.

    I highly recommend people give their time to this book. It’s has the potential to change your views and furthermore their life if they put the effort in.

  17. Rebecca Flow

    What are your shipping procedures? I am waiting to hear about my devices. Hopping to hear soon.
    Rebecca Flow. [email protected]

  18. Tim Wright (verified owner)

    gbEngland, United Kingdom

    Love it, 10 breaths using it brings me to the same state of relaxation and awareness as my morning meditation.

  19. Unnikrishnan S (verified owner)

    inTamil Nadu, India

  20. Robbie F. (verified owner)

    usOregon, United States

    Improved general well-being, and less of a runny nose

  21. Antoinette Alexis (verified owner)

    esMadrid, Spain

    Best purchase I have ever made.

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  23. A Sasidhar (verified owner)

    usVirginia, United States

    Just go for it. It is the best available utility and guidance to make yourself a healthy well-being.

  24. Carsten Sauter (verified owner)

    deBaden-Württemberg, Germany

    Simply the best tool I use for my health besides excercising and healthy food

  25. Ely (verified owner)

    usNew York, United States

  26. Simone (verified owner)


    Helpful to get used to breathing correctly

  27. David R. (verified owner)

    usUnited States

    Great product

  28. Eamonn Taylot (verified owner)

    ieLeinster, Ireland

    Great idea and it works, the sleep tape is also perfect

  29. Elmar Anhof (verified owner)

    itLombardy, Italy

  30. Therese (verified owner)

    usMassachusetts, United States

    Excellent product and excellent service. Thank you!

  31. Maria (verified owner)

    usWisconsin, United States

  32. Spencer (verified owner)

    Made sure to use this for a decent trial time of 6-8 weeks. This has truly been an invaluable tool for me. The convenience of always having it on you combined with its effectiveness of combating stress (physical and mental) and promoting a true feeling of calmness and well being. I use it all the time and appreciated the memo included that shows the activities it is helpful during. I am using it while driving, rebounding/exercising/during rest periods, reading, or feel my fight/flight responses activating. I even use it when feeling a lack of energy/blood sugar. Once again the word I would describe this tool is INVALUABLE. A great addition to anyone’s health rituals/protocols/lifestyle.

  33. Robert Fernström

    Used it for a few months now.
    You need to have patience with it. If you give it time and get used to the feeling you will notice the results.
    When you feel like quiting just keep pushing.
    Use it! You will enjoy it!

  34. Johan Tinglöf

    I have been using the relaxator for about 6 months now. I use it daily as a part of breath retraining for better breathing habits.

    In addition I sometimes use it when working at the computer or when taking walks to increase the benefits from them.

    I love mine and think everyone should have one, its such a cheap, simple and great tool to train something as valuable as your breath and therefore health.

  35. Anonymous

    I have been diagnosed with COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). After regularly using the Relaxator for 18 months my lung function has increased from 21% to almost 50%.

  36. Agnetha Uhlén

    I have been off work with Chronic Fatigue syndrome for a year now, and I suffer with severe sleeping difficulties. My body is stressed by almost everything: food, physical activity, anything that activates my brain, noise, etc., etc. I have spent a lot of time relaxing with yoga and meditation, but had a real breakthrough a couple of weeks ago when I started using the Relaxator.

    I do about two hours of breathing retraining a day now, and I am sleeping better and better. My brain stress disappeared almost immediately! Thank you for this amazing invention. I totally LOVE my Relaxator!

    Update – July 2012 Of all the things I have tried, which encompasses a lot (acupuncture, kinesiology, energy therapy, ayurvedic treatment, herbs, etc., etc.), I have found that breathing exercises using the Relaxator is what has helped me most. I have also started to go for slightly longer walks than I was able to previously, and when I do I always have the Relaxator in my mouth. I have found that I can walk longer distances with the Relaxator than without it. The way I feel now, I will be doing the breathing exercises with the Relaxator every day for the rest of my life. I believe that it is a miracle!

    You can read my full testimonial here

    – Agnetha Uhlén, executive secretary

  37. Leifi Jacobsson

    I’m employed as a paramedic in the ambulance department at Gotland Hospital, in Sweden. Shortly after having completed the 28-Day Conscious Breathing Retraining Program we had a health check at work. I had used the Relaxator for a month, slept with my mouth taped shut, and had exercised with my mouth closed, etc. When I had the check up, I was able to blow 7 liters of air in the Peak Flow (PF) meter and my resting pulse rate had gone down from 48 to 42 beats per minute. All my results were so good that the doctor doing the check-up was amazed.

    I was so happy when I found out about the Conscious Breathing course. Thank you for a really great course. I learned so much over the weekend! Everyone should do this course. A lot of what I have learned can also be used in the healthcare arena. We see a lot of patients with breathing problems, which makes them very high priority. The Pre Hospital Life Support (PHTLS/EMS) training is a common course for the ambulance sector the world over, and much of it is precisely about breathing:

    A. Airway = Check to see that the patient’s airway is unobstructed.
    B. Breathing = How is the patient breathing, and is he/she breathing enough?
    C. Circulation = As it sounds, good circulation to all the body’s organs.
    D. Disability = Level of the patient’s consciousness, sensibility, ability to move.
    E. Exposure = Protect the patient against the environment.

    It’s uncanny that the whole PHTLS (EMS) concept is so similar to the Conscious Breathing Retraining Program – how good you feel when you practice correct nasal breathing techniques. Using your diaphragm to breathe also helps you build your abdominals, and I have noticed that my posture has improved, so I walk more upright with my shoulders squared back. And, I don’t snore when I sleep with my mouth taped up, plus it worked without the tape once I got used to breathing through my nose. One tip for anyone who snores is to take the Conscious Breathing course and learn the skill, because for many it will help get rid of a lot of illnesses and relieve other symptoms, too.

    Thank you, Anders. I am reading your book, The Power of Your Breath, and it is so good.

    You can read my full testimonial here

    – Leifi Jacobsson, paramedic nurse

  38. Miriam Karlsson

    Sometimes, when I feel anxious, it’s like my ribcage and lungs are being squeezed, and it feels as though I’m not able to breathe.

    Now I use the Relaxator and breathe with it until the feeling stops. Normally, the anxiety and pressure on my chest disappear after about 10 or 15 minutes.

    I also use the Relaxator before I sing in public. Occasionally I get severe stage fright, but then I’m able to practice the Conscious Breathing Retraining to calm down. It really works very well.

    You can read my full testimonial here

    – Miriam Karlsson, singer

  39. Agneta Sjödin

    I get a very positive feeling from following the Conscious Breathing Method and using the Relaxator! I have what is called a racing heart, which means I sometimes have to take medication, i.e., beta-blockers to lower my heart rate, when my life becomes too stressful and demanding.

    Since I started using the Relaxator I haven’t had a racing heart at all! On the other hand, my abdominal muscles have had to work, which is a positive thing :). When I exercise I try to keep my mouth shut and breathe only through my nose as much as possible. It feels really good.

    When I’m writing, the Relaxator helps me maintain my focus and concentration.

    You can read my full testimonial here

    – Agneta Sjödin, TV-personality, author

  40. Linn

    I had to break up a dogfight between a German Shepherd and a Doberman. Unfortunately, it didn’t go so well and I was bitten pretty badly on my thigh, arms and hand. There was blood everywhere and it hurt so much I almost fainted.

    When I was bitten, I couldn’t even breathe. I started hyperventilating and my face went white as a sheet. Almost immediately, I started to breathe through the Relaxator and the pain became much more tolerable. The difference was incredible!

    Just to check, I removed the Relaxator when I got to the hospital. The pain became overwhelming at once, and I almost went into shock. So, the Relaxator went straight back into my mouth!

    The doctors and nurses were very impressed by the Relaxator when they saw how much it helped me. In all, I spent 3 days at the hospital, and I used the Relaxator almost all of that time.

    You can read my full testimonial here

    – Linn, sales manager

  41. Charles Franz

    The Relaxator has been invaluable before some “heavier” live broadcasts on Swedish Radio.

    After just a few minutes my body feels relaxed, the stress dissolves, and my thoughts are clearer. And that’s true for the show, too. It is unbelievably valuable in my profession.

    You can read my full testimonial here

    – Charles Franz, journalist och radio presenter at Swedish National Radio

  42. Mattias Andersson

    Thank you for a brilliant course and especially for a revolutionary discovery/treatment. Before your course I would use an inhaler between two and five times a day, as well as about two puffs of cortisone spray, Pulmicort. As soon as I finished the course, I started employing my newfound knowledge and immediately felt an absolutely incredible improvement!!

    I am so thankful that you opened my eyes to Conscious Breathing. If it weren’t for you, there is no way I would feel as good as I do now. I can’t describe the feeling of being able to breathe, of not suffering from shortness of breath or having to take medicine anymore.

    Healthy people think about all sorts of things, but sick people only think about feeling healthy again. I have been given back my happiness, and now my thoughts are occupied with planning for the future and appreciating the moment.

    My dream of being entirely free of medication has been fulfilled. It has been five months since I came across the Conscious Breathing Retraining Program and I am now completely off the asthma medicine, as well as being able to handle low intensity workouts with no problems. I’ve had no medicine at all for almost two months. Now, that’s fantastic!!! I have even gotten rid of all my medicine from my jacket pockets and bags. It’s an indescribable feeling! Conscious Breathing Retraining WORKS and it MUST reach as many people as possible.

    I will always be greatful. In a way, you have saved my life.

    You can read my full testimonial here

    – Mattias Andersson, former elite athlete and Nordic Tae Kwon Do Champion

  43. Sanna Ehdin

    Anders Olsson has introduced me to a whole new way of looking at breathing. He has enlightened me about the importance of NOT breathing through my mouth and has encouraged me to do breathing retraining with the Relaxator.

    I have now slept with my mouth taped for a couple of months, since it had such a positive impact on my energy levels. Today I only have to do it occasionally, when I feel it’s necessary.

    I am really grateful for having discovered the Relaxator Bbreathing Retrainer, because it saves me when I have to work long hours, especially at night. That is when I tend to “forget” to breathe, which of course makes me more tired and sleepy.

    Forgetting to breathe has also led to over breathing at night to compensate, but I now avoid that by using the Relaxator for one or two hours during the day.

    It is very effective and I would recommend anyone to try it, to see what it could do for them!

    You can read my full testimonial here

    – Sanna Ehdin, best selling author of The Self-Healing Human

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