Breathing Techniques

Create More Positivity in Your Life

Click to watch how to create and maintain a more positive mental attitude in your everyday life in the Dr. Randy Kamen series “Strategies to Spark Your Week.” Enjoy and share!  

Breathing and Stress Management

Click to watch how abdominal breathing can dramatically enhance your ability to manage stress in the Dr. Randy Kamen series “Strategies to Spark Your Week.”   Enjoy and share!  

Authentic Relaxation

Learning to authentically relax helps to reduce the negative effects of the mind and body brought about by anxiety, stress and pain. Relaxation methods can help you interpret life events from another more positive perspective and helps build resilience

Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Heart Attacks

Anxiety and depression are the hallmark feelings that bring people into therapy. They typically mask deeper emotions that we wish to avoid or dare not feel, such as anger, shame, fear, vulnerability or guilt. Panic attacks can also mask strong emotional symptoms AND they can also be misread as being a heart attack. What important to note is that heart attacks are the number one cause of death in women in the United State—so always check it out when you experience symptoms

Belly Breathing

Diaphragmatic or belly breathing is at the heart of all relaxation techniques. Over the course of a day we breathe about 7,000-30,000 breaths. It therefore behooves us to breathe in a way that optimizes our health, happiness, and well-being. Learn how to breathe to receive optimal physical and psychological benefits.

Learning to Forgive

Forgiveness turns anger and hurt into healing and inner peace. Forgiveness helps one to overcome feelings of victimization, hurt, anxiety, and rage, along with personal and relational conflicts. It allow us to make the conscious decision to let go of a grudge so we can move forward in our lives.

Why the Way You Breathe Matters

Breathing abdominally is the key to self-regulation and the initiation of a relaxation response.  The breath can be seen as a barometer for how we are responding to a given … Read more