What is cardiac coherence?
Cardiac coherence is a breathing exercise that allows us to put our body in coherence and to find a better balance between our physical, emotional, physiological and mental states...
By controlling our breathing through measured inhalations and exhalations, we synchronize our heart rate with our breathing and learn to quickly regulate stress and anxiety.
This technique is traditionally used 3 times a day, with a "classical" rhythm of 6 breaths per minute, for 5 minutes. But it can also be recommended during a peak of stress to calm down or as an aid to fall asleep, for example.
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