Rights offering detail :
THE BREATHING CURE: Develop New Habits for a Healthier, Happier, and Longer Life
June 9, 2022
Author:
Patrick McKeown
Category:
International rights
Description:
From Patrick McKeown, the bestselling author of THE OXYGEN ADVANTAGE, THE BREAKING CURE: Develop New Habits for a Healthier, Happier, and Longer Life
covers new, ground-breaking topics such as how breathing techniques can support functional movement of the muscles and joints; improve debilitating conditions such as diabetes, epilepsy, lower back pain, PMS and high blood pressure; how the nasal breathing technique can be a weapon against influenza and related infections especially Covid-19; and last but not least, help you to enjoy deeper sleep and improved intimacy.

Imagine a breathing technique that can increase oxygen uptake and delivery to the cells, improve blood circulation, and unblock the nose. Perhaps it can help open the airways of the lungs, enhance blood flow and oxygen delivery to the brain, improve sleep and bring calmness to the mind. It might even restore bodily functions disturbed by stress, build greater resilience and help you to live longer. You might think this description sounds farfetched. But it isn’t.

THE BREATHING CURE will guide you through techniques that embody the key to healthy breathing and healthy living. McKeown’s goal is to enable you to take responsibility for your own health, to prevent and significantly reduce a number of common ailments, to help you realize your potential and to offer simple, scientifically-based ways to change your breathing habits. On a day-to-day basis, you will experience an increase in energy and concentration, an enhanced ability to deal with stress and a better quality of life.
Rights available:
Russian, Portuguese, Greek, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Romanian, Finnish, Swedish, Slovak, Serbian, Albanian, Ukrainian, Lithuanian, Turkish, Arabic & Canada.
Rights sold:
Published in the US by HUMANIX BOOKS and Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Slovenian, Polish.
Other Information:
Adam Keith Pfeffer
Deputy Publisher, Humanix Books
805 Third Avenue, Floor 22
New York, NY 10022
(561) 686-1165 x3112
Direct: (646) 393-3836
Cell: (917) 209-9905
keithp@humanixbooks.com
https://humanixbooks.com/
Contact:
Adam Keith Pfeffer
Humanix Books
keithp@humanixbooks.com
phone: 646-393-3836
805 Third Avenue, Floor 22, New York, NY 10022
Offering #:
19501
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