We have made it super easy to cancel Breathwrk: AI Breathing subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Breathwork Inc." (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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so i have only used the app a few times now, and so far i do like it. it’s simple, teaches about helpful breathing techniques and free, which is really awesome. how ever when choosing my lung capacity i choose small, but still the inhale part of the exercise is too long for me. i don’t have any breathing conditions so my lungs should be fine. what i think might be an issue is my over all size. i’m 5’1 and 110 pounds so my lungs probably aren’t as big as the average person? still if they tailored exercises to a woman’s body i think small lung capacity should have fit me. kinda makes me think they might have based the timing of how long to inhale for/exhale for based on an average male body which doesn’t fit my body even when i’m on a “small” setting.
For months I was looking for a simple meditation app with no frills or woo woo bs. I tried them all, (headspace, calm, oak) but found that they were a lot of fluff. I felt pressure to develop a meditation practice but all I really wanted was a way to pause and connect to my breath. Then I discovered this app and it was almost exactly what I was looking for. I love the short sessions (1-3 minutes) because they let me quickly take a break and get back to what I wanted to do. I’ve been using the app for a few months and it’s become a daily habit (400 breaths and counting). If you’re anything like me I definitely recommend it.
I have been playing basketball for a while now and every time that any sort of trouts would come up I would get stressed and anxious about how I will play and if I will make the team. It got to the point where my anxiety for games and tryouts was starting to hinder my playing. I began to try and work it won’t myself with consuming more water and taking Drexel breaths before the game but nothing would work well enough. Then I found this app and the exercises that it gives you have calmed me right down and is a great help before games.
I have built up a terrible habit of taking shallow breaths due to anxiety. This app is the most simplistic and helpful tool to help me retrain my breathing. I love the variety of breathing techniques that are offered and the accompanying visuals + audio help keep me focused during my sessions. It’s also motivating to see my progress stats grow everyday. After using this app for a week I’ve been noticing an increase in awareness of my breath and have been able to better correct my shallow breathing when I notice it.
These are trying times. In our state we are currently dealing with the pandemic, earthquakes and now tornadoes. It’s tough for an adult to deal with, much less kids. We have found that the sleep breathing exercise helps us relax and get more restful sleep. It’s even better our son is sleeping better. The app is simple and well thought out. I like that the music is a audio clue to what you need to do. You don’t have to stare at the screen and absorb more blue light while you are trying to sleep. There are other features, but we haven’t tried them out. I like that they are available. I don’t really understand the “leveling up” concept but it really doesn’t detract from the app either. Take the few minutes and use this app. We all need it in these trying times.
By Lee Y Freedman
Apr 09 2022
Breathwrk makes it virtually impossible to cancel an accidental subscription. It's policies are deplorable.
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