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Relaxator Breath Trainer Conscious Breathing

23.60

  • Promotes relaxation, focus, and mental clarity.
  • Balances your nervous system between activity and recovery.
  • Opens up your airways in the nose, sinuses, throat, and lungs.
  • Strengthens your breathing muscles.
  • Increases your energy and ability to burn fat.
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Relaxator Breath Trainer Conscious Breathing

Do you often feel stressed? Do you want to find inner peace and better focus? Then the Relaxator is for you!

With the Relaxator Breath Trainer from Conscious Breathing, you train your breathing to become calmer. It immediately reduces stress and increases your focus and well-being. It is easy to use, affordable, and designed according to the latest research on stress. The Relaxator comes with simple instructions for use. Try it today and improve your well-being immediately!

The Relaxator guides you to a slow, low, relaxed, and rhythmic breathing that:

  • Promotes relaxation, focus, and mental clarity.
  • Balances your nervous system between activity and recovery.
  • Opens up your airways in the nose, sinuses, throat, and lungs.
  • Strengthens your breathing muscles.
  • Increases your energy and ability to burn fat.

The Relaxator breathing trainer is a small and handy device that helps you improve your breathing habits. It is extremely simple to use — just place the Relaxator in your mouth and exhale through the adjustable resistance.

The Relaxator Breath Trainer from Conscious Breathing helps you achieve optimal breathing by stimulating the diaphragm to work as it should. The diaphragm is our most important breathing muscle, and good diaphragmatic breathing ensures that inhaled air primarily reaches the lower part of the chest, which is desirable as it makes oxygen uptake more efficient. Heart rate and brain rhythm follow the breathing rhythm.

A breathing trainer helps you maintain rhythmic and relaxed breathing habits. Many users report experiencing inner calm, increased presence, better concentration, more energy, deeper sleep, and reduced sugar cravings by using the Relaxator Breath Trainer from Conscious Breathing.

How to use the Relaxator

Adjust the resistance
Set the resistance you prefer by turning the mouthpiece of the Relaxator to adjust the valve. 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 goal is to achieve a low, slow, small, relaxed, and rhythmic breathing, so it is recommended to increase the resistance slowly and gradually to ensure that your breathing remains relaxed.

Bring the Relaxator to your mouth
Bring the Relaxator to your mouth. Let it rest lightly between your lips for maximum relaxation. If possible, avoid biting it with your teeth as it causes the jaw to tense and increases the amount of saliva.

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

Inhale calmly through your nose
Inhale calmly through your nose — just let the inhalation happen and let the air in. During inhalation, the air passes into the abdominal area. Your stomach expands slowly while the upper part of your chest and shoulders remain still. The lower part of your chest can expand a bit. Note that the main focus when using the Relaxator should be on exhalation, as good, low, diaphragmatic inhalation follows if we get the exhalation right.

Use the Relaxator for 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 it can be used at a time. Some choose to use it 1-2 hours a day. Optimal breathing of 8-12 breaths per minute, with 0.5 liters of air per breath, is achieved when the resistance is set to 3-4. Note that our breathing affects every aspect of our lives, so if you train too hard at the beginning with the Relaxator, you may experience cleansing reactions.

Maintain relaxed breathing when training with the Relaxator
Strive to maintain relaxed, non-strenuous breathing when using the Relaxator. There is no need to push yourself too hard to achieve results. Note how you breathe after using the Relaxator. If your breathing afterwards is relaxed and rhythmic, the Relaxator is set to an appropriate resistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why use the Relaxator if you have high carbon dioxide levels with COPD?

Question: How can exhaling through the Relaxator increase carbon dioxide levels in some and reduce them in people with conditions like COPD or emphysema, who have too much carbon dioxide?

Answer: Many people breathe in a way that exceeds the body’s needs, leading to low-grade hyperventilation. This creates an imbalance between oxygen and carbon dioxide. When we breathe with the Relaxator, the breathing calms and slows down, reducing hyperventilation and increasing carbon dioxide pressure. For people with COPD or emphysema, exhaling through the Relaxator can increase pressure in the lungs, causing collapsed alveoli to expand and carbon dioxide to be released from the blood.

The Relaxator makes me drool – why?

Question: I get a lot of saliva in my mouth when I use the Relaxator, even though I try not to bite it. What can I do?

Answer: Increased saliva production can be due to tense jaws or increased relaxation that activates the parasympathetic nervous system. Try to keep the Relaxator between your lips without biting it. Practice swallowing with the Relaxator in your mouth and reduce the usage time if necessary. Saliva issues usually decrease over time.

How do I clean the Relaxator?

Question: What is the best way to clean the Relaxator?

Answer: Soak in lukewarm water with a little dish soap, rinse under warm water, or use colloidal silver. Soak in lukewarm water with half a teaspoon of baking soda for 15 minutes. Disassemble the Relaxator and clean with a cotton swab if needed. Do not boil the Relaxator as it has a rubber membrane that withstands up to 55°C.

How do I use the Relaxator and for how long?

Question: How do I use the Relaxator and for how long should I use it?

Answer: Adjust the resistance by turning the mouthpiece. Start with a lower setting and gradually increase. Hold the Relaxator between your lips and exhale slowly and calmly through it. Inhale through your nose. Use the Relaxator for 15 minutes once or twice a day for best results. Try to maintain relaxed breathing.

I get dizzy when I use the Relaxator – why?

Question: What should I do if I get dizzy when using the Relaxator?

Answer: Dizziness can indicate that the resistance is too high. Start with a lower resistance and gradually increase. The Relaxator helps increase the body’s tolerance for carbon dioxide, but it is important to take it at a pace that your body can handle.

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