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Rubbo Art of Energy Announces the Release of Their Free eBook Extraordinary Breath, to Celebrate the Start of Healthcare Reform
Date:3/14/2009

ning on reduced capacity, with diminished decision-making abilities. Self-directed methods of stress management have been proven to be highly successful in reducing the symptoms of stress, and actually increase the effectiveness of medical treatments.

"The easy to learn deep breathing techniques developed by the PDP II Research Foundation has literally changed my life. Making this system available to a large number of Americans will prove to be the greatest cost effective, preventative medical program ever enacted," says Ken Fischer, award-winning Sound Effects Editor for feature film post production.

Recent scientific research shows that deep breathing exercises will:

  • improve health
  • reduce the symptoms of stress
  • reduce the symptoms of asthma, respiratory disease, heart disease, anxiety, panic attacks and depression;
  • accelerate recovery from surgery
  • control pain (including childbirth)

Deep breathing exercises also:
  • boost performance in sports for athletes
  • give boxers, dancers, golfers and runners greater stamina
  • deepen yoga practice and meditation
  • enhance abilities for voice and music students
  • reduce test anxiety for students and increase attention span, sharpen focus and improve memory.

Human beings, on average, take about 20,000 breaths per day. By merging intention - shifting from negative modes of thinking to positive modes - with every deep inhalation and exhalation during waking moments, one can heighten and direct the changes desired in body, mind and spirit.

"We believe that preventive medicine is the best medicine, and the mind/body stress management system of 'Extraordinar
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