A revolutionary approach to mindfulness.
Why you should be adding Breathwork to your wellness routine.
Maintaining a lower RHR (Resting Heart Rate) is the number one way to improve your well-being, build your body’s natural relaxation response and help you stay balanced. Breathing has a directing impact on our heart. Taking deep breaths in will speed up blood flow compared to the reduction on an out breath. As well as our hearts, Breathwork also directly impact the parasympathetic side of our autonomic nervous system (ANS). This is how the body triggers our flight or fight response. We exist to give you a natural edge by training your ANS through Silentmodes three B's: Breathwork, Blackout, & Beats. Practising Silentmode on a daily basis is scientifically proven to engage your vagus nerve and impact your parasympathetic nervous system, which can lead to a rapid decrease in heart rate and RHR.
Did you know it's possible to reduce your stress levels and power up your ability to focus just by breathing correctly? When we consciously adapt our breathing we can directly affect our parasympathetic nervous system. In today’s society, our sympathetic nervous system is on overdrive, which is why we feel the constant ‘flight or fight trigger’. It leads to a heightened sense of stress. Breathwork is the fastest way to induce a sense of equilibrium and train your body’s natural relaxation response. With practice, you can find harmony within your biological ecosystem.
Darkness is essential to rest. The absence of light sends a critical signal to the body that it is time to rest. Light exposure at the wrong times alters the body's internal clock. Melatonin, a hormone produced in the brain's pineal gland, is often known as the "sleep hormone" or the "darkness hormone." Melatonin influences rest by sending a signal to the brain that it is time to switch off. This signal helps initiate the body's physiological preparations for rest—muscles begin to relax, feelings of drowsiness increase, body temperature drops
- MELATONIN RELEASE
- LOWERED RHR
An auditory illusion, Binaural Beats have been used for many years in the study of depression and anxiety by such institutes as the Monroe Foundation. Seen as a way to help the brain resonate at a desired natural frequency, this harmless practice has grown in popularity. Silentmode takes the concepts of Binaural Beats to a new level with our introduction to Breathonics' seamless blend of frequency, psycho-acoustic soundscapes and beautiful atmospheres designed to evoke an emotional and physical response.