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Best Breathing
Retrainer for improved breathing habits

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.
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Why Relaxator Is Best

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Gives a rhythmic breathing​

The Relaxator Breathing Retrainer helps to maintain a breathing pattern that is more rhythmical and relaxed.

Promotes abdominal breathing​

The Relaxator helps you achieve optimal breathing by stimulating the diaphragm to work properly.

Reduce stress and anxiety

When you breathe using the Relaxator, you extend the time spent breathing out, which helps your body to relax.

Improves
oxygenation

With the Relaxator the inhaled air end up in the midriff to a greater extent, resulting in increased and efficient oxygen uptake.

Use The Relaxator For Different Health Issues

Asthma

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

Breathing out through a relaxator 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 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 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 For Different Health Issues

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

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.

How Do I Use The Relaxator?

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Set the Resistance​

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Maintain a relaxed breathing when training with the Relaxator

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.

Set the Resistance​

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Maintain a relaxed breathing when training with the Relaxator

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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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1) Set the resistance of your choice
2) Bring the Relaxator to your mouth and gently rest between your lips
3) Exhale through the Relaxator
4) Inhale through your nose For best results, use the Relaxator for 15 minutes 1 to 2 times per day.

Many people binge eat or crave sweets when they are stressed. Breathing using the Relaxator can help to reduce stress, so you can avoid reaching for those sweets and therefore help you lose weight and be healthier.

Yes. Breathing through the Relaxator helps to slow the exhale, activating the parasympathetic system which helps you relax. The slower exhale also helps you retain more CO2 which also has a calming effect on your nervous system.

- 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.

When I have a lot to do at work, I usually use my Relaxator. I usually feel I’m becoming a bit like a machine when I put it in my mouth. It helps me to continue my task for a long time, and I feel present, focused and without stress.

We do not know if it can repair lung tissue, but we have many case studies of it increasing lung capacity in our customers.

If you have COPD 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). 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 the Relaxator 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.

There is nothing new about the importance of breathing. Just a few minutes of oxygen deprivation is enough to destroy the brain’s ability to process incoming information forever. However, it isn´t just important THAT we breathe, but also HOW we breathe. If the way we breathe is just slightly out of balance, over time it will lead to severe negative consequences, since we breathe so much each and every day.

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