Medical breathing exercises to help you improve your life.
Now you can relieve stress and anxiety, soothe the symptoms of COPD, lower high blood pressure and overcome sleeplessness with four easy breathing exercises. What might sound too simple to be true, is actually based on latest scientific research and is used as a complimentary treatment for patients at rehab and in clinical environments. So let’s take a closer look at Breath Ball’s breathing exercises and what they can do for you:
Four breathing exercises to:
Each exercise comes with a short tutorial that will get you started in less than three minutes. Beside that you can create your own breathing exercises; something yoga and pranayama practitioners enjoy a lot.
How it works?
It is surprisingly simple and takes only three steps:
- Take yourself a few minutes of time.
- Sit down comfortably.
- Breathe in the rhythm of the Breath Ball:
- Inhale deeply into your belly while the ball gets bigger.
- Hold your breath while the ball keeps its size.
- And exhale while the ball gets smaller.
After three minutes you will notice a deep relaxation and inner calm. A state of mindfulness.
Who we are:
Dr. Wolfhard Klein
This is Gernots story, who went on Rehab after a radiation therapy that aimed to kill his brain tumor. At rehab, he met Dr. Wolfhard Klein, an expert in cardiac coherence and bio-feedback training, who teaches his patients the following breathing technique to reduce anxiety, relieve stress and get calm:
- Inhale deeply into your belly for five seconds.
- Exhale completely for another five seconds.
- Repeat for three to five minutes.
Although this is a simple technique, it is very effective, and has already helped thousands of patients to cope with life’s most difficult situations. Learning it however, can be challenging. Especially for patients who suffer from brain damage after an accident, stroke or radiation therapy.
So Gernot asked his friend Michael to make an app that can help patients learn this breathing exercise. An afternoon later, we had a first prototype and Breath Ball was born. Four months later, on 23rd of May 2017, Breath Ball version 1.0 was released to the public.
Today Gernot is doing well and Breath Ball is still actively developed and maintained.
Over the years our users shared their suggestions for improvements. This feedback has always been highly appreciated, as it drove Breath Ball’s development. So, if you have any ideas on how to make Breath Ball better, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.
All the best,
Gernot, Wolfhard, Michael, and the rest of the Breath Ball Team.
Recommended by medical professionals
Breath Ball was originally made to help the patients of the Neurological Therapy Center Gmundnerberg. Patients who suffered from brain damage after cancer, radiation therapy, strokes or accidents. We took great efforts to make the app easy to use for even the most severe cases. Breath Ball works so amazingly well that nine out of ten therapists recommend it to their patients.
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Breath Ball is incredibly versatile: It is used at cardiac coherence and bio-feedback training; To calm down middle school classrooms; As a meditation substitute; And to practice mindfulness.
It helps to reduce anxiety, relief stress, get calm, fall asleep and overcome worries, grief and anger.
You should try it, even if other relaxation techniques have failed. Feel free to see for yourself. Download Breath Ball now. It’s free of charge: