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The Best Kept Secret in Medicine, Natural Breathing 
Could we possibly believe our greatest source of stress comes from our habit of unnatural breathing? 
Breathe Slower, Breathe Less, And a Little Quieter and always through your nose. Your first and best stress reduction skill and health care plan is learning to breathe slower, breathe less and a little quieter, and always breath through your nose. It is reported by the experts who have made a life study of respiration that as high as 90% of people have unnatural breathing habits that lead to physical and mental symptoms. What they don’t realize is that they are breathing two to three times more than the medical norm. We should always strive to slow our breathing down. Learn to pay attention and give a gentle pause after exhale. Breath with the diaphragm so tiny that it is hardly noticed Habitual shallow, rapid chest breathing causes chronic neck and shoulder tension. This habit causes us to breath off too much carbon dioxide. This is called the Bohr affect. This prevents the red blood cell from leaving adequate oxygen in our body tissues, especially in our brain and heart muscle. 
Breathing through the nose insures us of a good supply of another gas know as Nitric Oxide. This gas helps to relax our arteries blood vessels. It is critical to blood pressure and circulation in the body. 
Biofeedback training usually help the client learn to relax tensions and identify slow diaphragmic breathing as their natural method of breathing. 


Are you stressed?
Do you feel anxious and tense, worried, driven, chronically hurried, unable to focus, fatigued, can’t quiet your mind or sleep well? Research shows that these chronic habits waste from 30-60% of our daily energy! Physical symptoms caused by stress are cumulative, contribute to many diseases, and can significantly impact one’s quality of life. 
Marylou Gantner has been successfully teaching anxiety and stress control for almost 40 years. She received her training from the pioneers in this field and the methods she teaches have been proven effective for over 75 years! She has been witness to countless cases where her clients regain their health, and the joy in their life, by learning the powerful skills of progressive & differential relaxation and proper breathing.  If you are relaxed, you can’t be anxious and tense. 
In the spring 2016, The American Institute of Stress estimated that 75 to 90 percent of doctors visits are stress related.
How would your life change if you were free of these common symptoms of chronic tension and stress?​
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Sleep Disorders
  • TMJ
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse
  • Hyper-Vigilant Behavior
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Unable to Enjoy Life
  • Headaches
  • Eating Disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Chronic Pain
  • Gastrointestinal Disorder
  • Fear Behavior
  • Cardiovascular Distress
  • Chronically Hurried or Stressed
  • Driven, Obsessive, or Compulsive

For more information about your personal stress score, Google: “Holmes and Rhea Social Adjustment Scale.”


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Call today to set up an appointment to meet with Marylou. Your well-being is my top priority.

Business Memberships

  • The American Institute of Stress
  • Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback – AAPB 
  • Section, International Stress Management-ISMA 
  • Section, Education, AAPB 
Breathing Slower and Less: The Greatest Health Discovery Ever!
While breathing 2-3 times more than the medical norm, most people believe that they have good or normal breathing. Some of them even say that they are just barely breathing. But normal breathing is so tiny that healthy people experience virtually no sensations in relation to their breathing at rest.
Over 90% of modern people suffer from breathing problems. The common problems include chest breathing, mouth breathing and hyperventilation (increased minute ventilation), all of which reduce oxygen levels in body cells and promote chronic diseases (because of depleted carbon dioxide levels).

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Anxiety & Stress Control by Marylou Gantner
1850 Lee Road Suite 215
Winter Park, FL 32789
Phone: (407) 740-6299

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In Business Since 1977

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