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C02 Breath 4 Healing & Cellular Function

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NOA|AON aka Pavel Stuchlik
Wim Hof Certified Breathwork Expert
We tend to hold an excessive amount of CO2 in our system due to lack of breathing as well as not breathing enough. This exercise will help you release that excessive amount while also overloading your system with CO2 for the best healing cellular function. It has been proven that controlled amounts of CO2 have immense benefits to our bodies. Co2 is an antioxidant & prevents oxidative stress. Co2 improves performance & endurance. Nasal Breathing during this exercise improves the Co2 tolerance & leads to greater Heart Rate Variability & easier recovery time. Benefits: - Greater Heart Rate Variability & easier recovery time - Greater ability to tolerate carbon dioxide levels in order to use oxygen efficiently - Healing & cellular activation
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This kind of breathing was very hard for me. But I repeated it, and found it got better. Going to keep trying to see if I can hold the breath in longer each time.
I was able to push through!
This is the first time I’ve done breathwork of this type. It was initially very difficult for me and I almost stopped shortly after beginning. I have an autonomic nervous system disorder, and I thought I might be causing myself more harm than good but then I chose to keep going and I’m glad I did! I made it through just fine as I now feel cognitively vibrant and physically energized. I’m glad my curiosity brought me here!
I love this. I felt the energy surge! Very motivational too!
Oh Wow!
I will definitely come back to this! I just got a super big calm in this exercise! There was a moment where I could feel the Co2 actually making its way through my entire body, from the top of my head to the tips of my toes! Then getting to just relax my entire body right after was such a soothing experience! I can see how this breath work releases the “fight or flight” energy into the calm. Definitely 💯 percent glad that I decided to try it!
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