THE CENTRAL EFFECT

In the study ”The obvious effect,” Calibreath’s effect on blood, blood vessels and muscles was analysed. In this study, Calibreath’s effect on the brain’s neurological activities was analysed. For this study, we used the best neuroscan technology available on the market. The study was supervised by the reputable professor, Karl E. Arfors. 

THE STUDY 

In this study, the participants carried out a neuroscan measurement, a test that registers and visualises the neurological activities of the brain. Participants were then seated in a room with an active Calibreath, with the instruction to relax and breathe normally for a period of 10 minutes. A new neuroscan was then carried out, which was analysed and compared with the previous one. The tests and the analysis were supervised by Professor Karl E Arfors.

THE PARTICIPANTS

The study encompassed participants with varying living habits, ages and body types. The participants took part in the study voluntarily without any financial compensation. The participants had limited knowledge of Calibreath and its qualities prior to the tests.  

THE RESULT

After being exposed to an active Calibreath for a period of 10 minutes, all the participants in the study showed a remarkable result. The short exposure resulted in a considerable increase in the participants’ alpha and theta waves.

High alpha activity can, in addition to increased calmness and well-being, also be linked to increased creativity and reduced depressive symptoms. High theta activity indicates that the brain is in a dormant state that can be achieved through, for example, REM sleep, drowsiness and deep meditation.

”In my opinion, Calibreath is one of the best ways to improve your health and vitality – the effects are remarkable”.

– Professor Karl E. Arfors.

The screenshots below are taken from the participants’ neuroscans before the test and 10 minutes after the exposure to Calibreath.

BEFORE

Before the exposure, the alpha activity among the participants was low to moderate. The pictures below were taken when the highest alpha activity occurred, before being exposed to Calibreath. The purple colour represents the alpha activity in different parts of the brain.

AFTER

After the exposure, high alpha activity was recorded among all the participants. The pictures below were taken when the highest activity occurred after being exposed to Calibreath. High alpha activity shows that the brain is in an awake but relaxed state, which is usually accomplished by controlled breathing, meditation or aerobic training. High alpha activity can not only be linked to calmness and well-being, but also to increased creativity and reduced depressive symptoms.

BEFORE

Before the exposure, the theta activity among the participants was low to moderate. The pictures below were taken when the highest theta activity occurred, before being exposed to Calibreath. The turquoise colour represents the theta activity in different parts of the brain.

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AFTER

After the exposure, high theta activity was recorded among all the participants. The pictures below were taken when the highest activity occurred, after being exposed to Calibreath. High theta activity shows that the brain is in a state of rest, which can be achieved through, for example, REM sleep, drowsiness and deep meditation.