KOMUSO Breathing Necklace Classic Shift - For Habitual Breath Practice, Meditation, Stress and Anxiety Relief - Expert-Designed Breathing Tool to Promote Calm, Mindfulness and Relaxation
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Wearing The Shift outside won’t attract notice because it resembles an attractive piece of jewellery.
The Shift mindfulness necklace is a soothing tool - Mashable
If you want to try this breathing tool but would rather avoid splashing out on The Komuso Shift, you’ll be pleased to know there are many low-cost alternatives like this one by Yanchun.We honestly didn't design the tool with the intention of helping people quit smoking, but have been surprised by how many customers have successfully used it to quit. The sound the mouthpiece makes when you exhale is very quiet, on the same level as a whisper. This means you can use it discreetly in public without it drawing attention. The metal chain comes in two lengths; 25 and 28 inches. What makes it unique and special is that the words “be still” are engraved in the pendant in Japanese, honoring the zen monks that inspired the product. A lot of gifts for quitting smoking involve a picture of a cigarette which is the last thing you want to give to someone who is quitting or has recently quit. Just the image of a cigarette can make someone want to smoke again and reverses the work they have done.
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The tool trains you to breathe deeply and prolong your exhalations to 10 seconds each, a practice that's been found to help slow heart rate, lower or stabilize blood pressure, reduce cortisol levels, clear the mind, and relax muscles. However, it’s important not to blow into the mouthpiece or forcefully exhale. It should be natural and gradual. You’ll know you’re correctly exhaling if you hear “a low tone.” If you’re blowing into it, you’ll hear a “high-pitched whistle.”Nineteen participants were recruited for the study. They took part in 115 smoking sessions in which scientists examined their smoking behavior in controlled and free-living experiments.