Queen Mary University of London & Royal College of Music
We are helping women adopt bespoke breathing techniques for relief of anxiety and digestive discomfort in Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Women with Irritable Bowel Syndrome experience anxiety and digestive discomfort regularly. Living a busy modern life we find it all too convenient to tolerate the buildup of these symptoms. This leads to a disconnection between our minds and bodies which fuels symptoms in an ongoing cycle.
The connection between mind and body is best enabled by the breath. Breathing is at the intersection of how you feel and how you function. We will provide expert driven, individualised breathing techniques through novel technology to enhance your brain-gut connection.
We are interested in connecting with women who want to be empowered to breathe better for their biology.
Dr. Ula Tymoszuk – public health researcher investigating psychosocial factors, art-based interventions and health
Dr. Rabia Lalani – Gastroenterologist and clinical research fellow in Neurogastroenterology.
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