INTAKE IS AN EXPERIENCE
Use the science of breathing to achieve your best health
Know how your body naturally recuperates so you can give it what it needs to fully restore, both when you're sleeping and when you're awake.
Can't Nose Breathe
Over two-thirds of people report that they have trouble breathing through their nose, even while at rest.
90 million American adults suffer from snoring, with 40% of men and 24% of women being habitual snorers.
Septal deviation is common, and in many cases can cause trouble breathing, sinusitis, chronic snoring, and sleep apnea.
Your mind and your body are connected. When you take care of your body, you're also taking care of your brain and nervous system.
CALM AND COLLECTED
CLEAR AND FOCUSED
Your body is a fine-tuned machine: the better the fuel you put in, the better it runs.
Your body has a remarkable ability to keep pushing. Though the way we train in the gym has a big impact on our stamina and endurance, our bodies are able to build strength and staying power through their own physical processes, and we can support these processes simply by making small changes to our behavior. Because our system is so complex, seemingly subtle shifts--like breathing through your nose rather than your mouth--can have a multi-faceted effect on our performance. When you’re already giving it your all, sometimes that extra edge is all you need to move up to the next level.
A nasal-only breathing pattern boosts blood oxygenation up to 15% more than inhaling or exhaling through the mouth
The internal nose provides around 90% of the respiratory system’s air-conditioning requirement, helping to temperature-control and humidify the air you breathe
The nose recovers around 33% of exhaled heat and moisture, working to keep your body’s hydration and temperature at an equilibrium