50,000 thoughts a day. Did you know we have this many thoughts running our minds every day?
When you wake up in the morning, what’s the first thought that runs through your mind?
As you fall asleep at night, what are you thinking about?
Most often, our first thought and our last thought provide an accurate measurement of our general mental health.
Sounds overwhelming just thinking about it: 50,000 thoughts a day.
How many do you remember?
How many of those 50,000 thoughts would you say are inspiring and positive?
How many are negative or cause anxiety?
How many are just simply distracted, muted, avoided?
Which then turns into a thinking problem because of the way we are wired.
We take 23,000 breaths a day.
How many of those are you aware of?
Our lack of awareness around our own breathing pattern has a harmful effect on our health.
Our mind races and we can’t keep up. Our breath becomes shallow, our chest tightens, anxiety creeps in. We are literally drowning in our own thoughts.
Unaddressed, the gap between mind and body widens, and we feel more anxious, more disconnected.
Focus on your breath, and you can bridge that gap.
You can breathe to be yourself again.
You can lower your anxiety.
You can sleep better.
You can quit smoking.
You can reach your potential.
With a simple shift in focus, you can achieve all of this, simply by breathing better.
Don’t believe us? Check out our customer testimonials.
Still skeptical? Check out our FAQ section, with answers from our audience.
Or this story from our Co-Founder Todd Steinberg where he talks about how skeptical he was at first.
Or this story from Vanessa Steinberg, Komuso Co-founder, where she talks about her thinking problem.
We’re very close to launching a free guided breathwork course.
At the end of the course, you’ll be more aware of those 23,000 breaths you’ll take today, and you’ll possess the tools to help you lower anxiety, sleep better, and energize your day, all by simply breathing better.
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