The power of breathing

By Nevsah Karamehmet 6 months ago . 5 minute read

Nevsah is an Internationally Renowned Breath Expert, Spiritual Leader, the Founding President of the Breath Coaching Federation and the national representative of the International Breathwork Foundation, and Author of nine bestselling books. She teaches about staying in the “now” through breathing, in her Miracle Courses. Her main focus is optimal breathing for improving health and performance.

She is a recognized authority, who combines science and spirituality for physical, emotional, mental development and for enhancing psychological well-being. She is a pioneer in helping people learn functional breathing habits and a motivational speaker about consciousness and breathing

Over 20 years ago, Nevsah built the Breath Coaching Federation, which is a global movement: she has since then affected over 100,000 individuals worldwide, becoming a pioneer in helping people learn about their functional breathing habits.
Nevsah played a key role in helping Breath Coaching become a certified profession in Turkey, and she has trained and empowered over 10,000 Breath Coaches.

Nevsah teaches how breathing correctly can help us connect with our surroundings and change our lives, as functional breathing habits are proved to eliminate over 250 mental illnesses including depression and anxiety:

“According to research, 8 out of 10 people have dysfunctional breathing habits. This means that we have an acquired, wrong way of breathing. It is important to understand that respiration and breathing are two different activities. The respiratory system is an involuntary one that works as a reflex of the brain stem. We cannot intervene in that system. But we can interfere with our breathing. When we analyse breath, it is more of a psychological situation. We learn to interfere with our breathing to change our mental State, to abstain from certain emotions, and suppress some of them in order to be able to keep our emotional State under control.”. 

Five tips on how to breathe better

  1. Deep breathing does not mean good breathing. When we breathe too deep, we go into respiratory alkalosis, which means that we don’t have enough oxygen in our cells.
  2. Good breathing has nothing to do with breathing mechanics. If your breathing is slow, fast, deep, shallow, diaphragmatic does not lead you to good breathing habits. Good breathing means a stable respiratory chemical axis and that can only be attained by letting the respiration do its job.
  3. Stimulating your breathing and breathing techniques might help you feel good, but they will not make you healthy. Manipulating our breathing interferes with our respiratory system which causes serious long term and short-term effects on our health.
  4. Learning to let go and surrender to life our life force energy, which is breath itself allows us to have a healthy breathing habit which can be obtained by working on our dysfunctional/unnatural/unhealthy breathing habits.
  5. Understanding our breathing allows us to analyse and learn how we breathe to learn if it is a bad breathing habit which has been stored within us known as a dysfunctional breathing habit. We support individuals on learning functional breathing habits, a functional, healthy breathing habit means a stable respiratory chemical axis, which can only be obtained if our respiration is controlled by our brain. Respiration should always be a brainstem reflex.

 

About Nevsah Karamehmet

Founding President, Breath Coaching Federation

Nevsah Karamehmet is a spiritual leader committed to your enlightenment. Her focus is optimal breathing for improving health and performance. Nevsah is a recognized authority, who combines science and spirituality for physical, emotional, mental development and for enhancing psychological well-being. She is a pioneer in helping people learn functional breathing habits and a motivational speaker on the subject of consciousness and breathing. She teaches about staying in the “now” through breathing, in her Miracle Courses.

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