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Relax with Harmonic Breathing’s debut EP: a unique blend of meditation music and breathing exercises | news

EDINBURGH, UK, July 15, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Harmonic Breathing just released their debut EP Flow to help anyone who wants the relaxation benefits of meditation but finds it too difficult to maintain. Flow comes with four tracks that revolve around the relaxing sound of rain pouring into the sea. Based on the latest scientific research, Flow is the first music release that helps listeners breathe with rising and falling tones at the optimal rate to relax.

Research shows that slow breathing exercises at six breaths per minute allow the body to enter a relaxed state, which helps people reduce anxiety and fall asleep faster. Harmonic Breathing is about enjoying maximum relaxation with minimal effort, thanks to a powerful combination of breathing and meditation music with binaural beats, infrasound basses and relaxing natural sounds.

“This is a fantastic idea that will help anyone actually do breathing exercises.” said dr Melanie Süttmann, Doctor of Clinical Psychology. “Despite the many proven benefits, some people find it difficult to keep doing breathing exercises. Harmonic Breathing makes it interesting, different, easier and even fun. “

Musician Ben Gillett was inspired by his own experience of stress and anxiety and the health problems they cause. He has done week long meditation retreats and tried many approaches to daily meditation. Ben’s goal was to get as many mental health benefits from meditation while making them as simple as possible. The Harmonic Breathing website has relaxing nature videos with an on-screen breathing circle to guide the breaths. There is also a guide on deep diaphragmatic breathing and extensive information on the scientific research underlying the music.

“There’s good evidence that slow instrumental music can help lower heart rate, lower blood pressure, and lower hormone levels related to stress.” said founder Ben Gillett. “Listening to this music while you breathe at six breaths per minute is a great way to relax before you go to sleep.”

Flow is now available to stream for free on, Spotify, and Apple Music. All proceeds will be donated to Cool Earth, a charity that works with local communities to stop deforestation and its effects on climate change.

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About Harmonic Breathing: Harmonic Breathing is a music project that helps people relax by making breathing exercises easy and enjoyable. Based on the latest scientific findings, the music guides the listener to breathe in perfect rhythm with rising and falling tones in order to relax. The experience is enhanced by binaural beats, infrasonic bass and relaxing nature sounds.

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