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About 478 Breathing Club – Fall asleep in 60 seconds

** The 1st App for synchronized group breathing **

** Experts claim this to be the "single best method” ** – The Sun

This is an App in which you can perform the famous 4-7-8 breathing practice simultaneously with thousands of experienced practitioners or with your friends, see their presence and feel their support.

* Join the Flow with thousands of practitioners
* Breathe in sync with others
* Touch the screen and stay connected with your partner even longer

We have managed to recreate the ancient yogic practice of group breathing, when people breathed together holding hands. The group practice multiplies the relaxation effect, all you need to do is pick a partner and touch them in the flow.

Join thousands of people practicing 4-7-8 breathing for better sleep, focus, and stress relief.

The 4-7-8 breathing technique is based on pranayama breathing exercises. These types of mindful breathing exercises have been shown to have many benefits for stress reduction and relaxation. The 4-7-8 breathing technique was developed by Dr. Andrew Weil. He refers to it as a "natural tranquilizer for the nervous system".

You have a natural stress response that's designed to help you deal with dangerous situations. This fight-or-flight response can help you survive but can take a toll on your health when it's overused in everyday stressful situations.

This stress response suppresses your immune system and can cause other health problems, including high blood pressure, depression, and anxiety. The relaxation response interrupts this stress response with a profound sense of calm. Other benefits may include:

* Reduced anxiety *
A study of college students has shown that practising pranayama reduces test anxiety in students. Another study of senior citizens has shown decreased anxiety after two months of deep breathing exercises.

* Lower blood pressure *
Slow deep breathing for five minutes has been shown to reduce blood pressure and heart rate in people who practise it.

* Improved sleep *
One of the negative side effects of stress can be trouble sleeping. It can be almost impossible to fall asleep when your body is caught up in the stress response. Practising deep, slow breathing techniques such as 4-7-8 breathing can trigger your body's relaxation response and help you fall asleep.

* Less pain *
A study of 16 healthy people has found that those who practised relaxed deep breathing experienced less pain than those who practised deep breathing that required a lot of sustained attention. Both groups experienced less tension, anger, and depression.

* Improved concentration *
A 2017 study examined the effect that eight weeks of deep, slow, abdominal breathing had on attention, emotions, and stress levels. After training, the people in the deep breathing group performed attention tests better and had fewer negative emotions.

Also 4-7-8 breathing technique is effective in reducing dyspnea, anxiety and depression in moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients and asthma patients