CO2 TOLERANCE ASSESSMENT

Ready to exhale?

This simple breath assessment indicates how sensitive we are to CO2, where our nervous system is, and how reactive we are to stress.

CO2 TOLERANCE ASSESSMENT

Ready to exhale?

This simple breath assessment indicates how sensitive we are to CO2, where our nervous system is, and how reactive we are to stress.

How it works.

Although simple, this CO2 Tolerance assessment will provide valuable insight to your your nervous system and how reactive you are to stress.

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View the Instructions 
<2-minutes
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Conduct the Assessment
<3-minutes
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Receive Free Daily
Breathing Plan

How it works.

Although simple, this CO2 Tolerance assessment will provide valuable insight to your your nervous system and how reactive you are to stress.

group-6
View the Instructions 
<2-minutes
group-7
Conduct the Assessment
<3-minutes
group-8
Receive Free Daily
Breathing Plan

About the Assessment

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Our breath responds to the energy needs of our bodies - via our nervous system - every moment of our lives. By measuring the time of our exhale, we can gain insight into how the deepest parts of our body cope with stress. Carbon dioxide tolerance is at the heart of how we not only respond to stress, but how and when we breathe most of the time.

Having a breath practice can be a powerful way to enhance our health and deal with stress, but it can be tough to know where to start. As many of the breathing techniques in and around this space strictly deal with relief, this can leave most far away from developing a true practice that can build in regulation, resilience, and, ultimately, awareness.

This is a first step in gaining insight into how your nervous system is managing stress. View All-Access members and online course to take the next step into developing the skills necessary for a long-term practice and ultimately deeper awareness of yourself.

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Our breath responds to the energy needs of our bodies - via our nervous system - every moment of our lives. By measuring the time of our exhale, we can gain insight into how the deepest parts of our body cope with stress. Carbon dioxide tolerance is at the heart of how we not only respond to stress, but how and when we breathe most of the time.

Having a breath practice can be a powerful way to enhance our health and deal with stress, but it can be tough to know where to start. As many of the breathing techniques in and around this space strictly deal with relief, this can leave most far away from developing a true practice that can build in regulation, resilience, and, ultimately, awareness.

This is a first step in gaining insight into how your nervous system is managing stress. View All-Access members and online course to take the next step into developing the skills necessary for a long-term practice and ultimately deeper awareness of yourself.

Take the CO2 Tolerance assessment.

Step 1: Sit or lie down comfortably.

Step 2: Take three normal nasal inhale breaths.

Step 3: Take one full nasal inhale breath.

Step 4: Start the timer and exhale as slowly as possible for as long as you can.

Step 5: Stop your timer when you either pause the exhale, panic, swallow, or run out of air.

Step 6: Input your score in the form below to receive more information about your results.

Take the CO2 Tolerance assessment.

Step 1: Sit or lie down comfortably.

Step 2: Take three normal nasal inhale breaths.

Step 3: Take one full nasal inhale breath.

Step 4: Start the timer and exhale as slowly as possible for as long as you can.

Step 5: Stop your timer when you either pause the exhale, panic, swallow, or run out of air.

Step 6: Input your score in the form below to receive more information about your results.

Get your results with custom protocols.

Input your score below and you will receive an email with an explanation of what the different scores mean as well as a tailored breathing protocol.

Get your results with custom protocols.

Input your score below and you will receive an email with an explanation of what the different scores mean as well as a tailored breathing protocol.