Some References & links

Stephen, E. & De Edmonson, RN., (2016) Coherent Breathing®. The Definitive

Method. Theory and Practice. https://coherence.com/

coherent_breathing_the_definitive_method.html

Interview with Stephen Elliott: ‘The Science of Coherent Breathing®’.

http://www.mbraining.com/interviews-with-remarkable-brains/interview-withstephen-elliott


Drs. Richard Brown and Patricia Gerbarg work with Coherent Breathing® and have

conducted significant and accessible researchwww.breath-body-mind.com


Ehrman, Wilfried (2017) ‘Coherent Breathing®, Aligning Breath and Heart’.

https://www.wilfried-ehrmann.com/en/coherent-breathing


Dr Alicja Heyda: Breathwork in Cancer: Resilience, symptom reductions and support for the immunity. Breathwork and Conscious Connected Breathing as a support to allopathic treatment. 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPOYiNVOyETL05BSekqXC6Vdq-aJRq5mv


Dr. Andrew Weil examines the question of how breathing exercises can change your health.

Youtube video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQf53VLXNsU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-C_VNM1Vd0

Research


1) Badra L., Cooke W., Hoag J., Crossman A., Kuusela T., Tahvanainen K. (2001).

Respiratory modulation of human autonomic rhythms. American Journal of Physiology.


2) Bernardi L., Wdowczyk-Szulc J., Valenti C., Castoldi S., Passino C., Spadacini G.

(2000). Effects of controlled breathing, mental activity and mental stress with or

without verbalization on heart rate variability. Journal of American College of

Cardiology. 35(6):1462–1469.

3) Broderick, Patricia C., Metz, Stacie, (2009). Learning to BREATHE: A Pilot Trial of a

Mindfulness Curriculum for Adolescents. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/

e7a9/15df6365c5f5bd76bf5aaab6d93fe1bbda81.pdf

4) Brown, Richard, Gerbarg, Patricia, Muench F. (2013). Breathing Practices for

Treatment of Psychiatric and Stress-Related Medical Conditions. Psychiatric Clinics of

North America, Volume 36, Issue 1, Pages 121-140.

5) Caprara, G.V., et al. (2000). Prosocial foundations of children’s academic

achievement. Psychological Science,11:302-306.

6) Crum A., Salovey P., Achor, S. (2013). Rethinking Stress: The Role of Mindsets in

Determining the Stress Response. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,

104(4), 716-733.

7) Durlak, J.A., et al. (2011). Enhancing students’ social and emotional development

promotes success in school: Results of a metha-analysis. Child Development.

8) Eckberg, D.L.(2003). The human respiratory gate. Journal of Physiology. 548(2):339–

352.

9 Inhalation/Exhalation Ratio Modulates the Effect of Slow Breathing on Heart Rate

Variability and Relaxation. (2014). Applied Psychophysiology Biofeedback 39:171–

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10) Jensen, E. (2003). Tools for engagement. Thousands Oaks,CA.: Corwin Press.

11) Krasnow, Marc, et al. (2017). ‘Study shows how slow breathing induces tranquility.’

Stanford Medicine News Center, (2017) https://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/

2017/03/study-discovers-how-slow-breathing-induces-tranquility.html

12)Metz, Stacie M., et al. (2013) Effectiveness of the Learning to Breathe program on

Adolescent Emotion Regulation. (Online) Journal homepage ISSN: 1542-7609 (Print)

1542-7617 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/15427609.2013.818488

13)Moraveji, Neema, Ph.D. & Hariprasad, M.D., MPD. (2017) Neurophysiology of

Breathing and Stress. Spire Professional Page 4-5. https://docs.google.com/

document/d/1bjzeyAzucr-4MD_vglG18WFha1CYcSaEAYU27UxW81M/

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14)Niccolai, V., Van Duinen, M.A., Griez, E.J. (2009). Respiratory patterns in panic

disorder reviewed: a focus on biological challenge tests. Acta Psychiatr Scand. Sep;

120(3): 167-77.

15) Posner, M.I., Peterson, S.E., (1990). The Attention System of the Human Brain,

Annual Review of Neuroscience., 13, 25-42 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/66ec/

bdb79ce324a4e1c6f44353e5aaee0f164ad9.pdf

16) Posner, M.I., Petersen S.E., (2012) The Attention System of the Human Brain: 20

Years After. (2012) Annual Review of Neuroscience. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/

pmc/articles/PMC3413263/

16) Seppälä, E., Nitschke, J., Tudorascu, D., et. al. (2014). Breathing-Based Meditation

Decreases Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms in U.S. Military Veterans: A

Randomized Controlled Longitudinal Study. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 27 (4): 397.

17) Vlemincx, E., Taelman, J., De Peuter, S., Van Diest, I., Van den Bergh, O. (2011). Sigh

rate and respiratory variability during mental load and sustained attention.

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