Mobile and home biofeedback with iPhone or Android smartphone!
eSense Respiration with the eSense application offers you
☑ a pressure sensor to record your breathing (breathing rate, breathing depth, breathing pattern) (always used in conjunction with eSense Skin Response, such as a sensor cable)
☑ a comfortable, washable and durable elastic belt
☑ extensive respiration analysis statistics
☑ comfortable to wear over clothing
☑ unlimited recording time
☑ unlimited number of sessions and users
☑ Extensive help in the application and manuals
☑ regular app updates
☑ Export of curves, diagrams and statistics as a PDF report.
☑ Several pre-made training procedures are included in the app
☑ Set any number of markers during a recording
☑ Breathing aid for breathing training with freely adjustable intervals, auxiliary tones and more
☑ Export of measurement data as a CSV file with compatibility with other software programs for further analysis
☑ Free training according to your wishes with one or more variants of biofeedback
☑ Free training according to your wishes with each variant of biofeedback or several at the same time
☑ Can be combined with eSense Pulse for biofeedback of heart rate variability with determination of coherence between heartbeat and respiration!
Biofeedback training from home with your iPhone or Android smartphone
Scope of delivery of the eSense Respiration for home use:
- Mindfield® eSense Respiration sensor incl. replacement spring
- Expansion strap
- Mindfield eSense application (Apple App Store or Google Play)
- Detailed instructions for effective biofeedback training
- Extensive instructions for an effective Biofeedback training
Mindfield's new eSense universal app (Biofeedback app)
We recommend our new designed eSense app with extended features for free on the Google Play Store (Android) or the Apple App Store (iOS) for iPhone. This application offers the same functions of the application above plus some new features as described on the app page in app stores with a fresh new design.
When to choose the eSense Respiration
☑ with rapid and shallow breathing
☑ with hyperventilation
☑ if you feel dizzy
☑ to balance the breathing cycle
☑ train for abdominal breathing
General information on breathing and breath training
Our mental state is reflected in our breathing. If we are pleased or tense, generally We breathe faster, more irregularly, and flatter. Positive and negative stress is reflected in in this way. If, on the other hand, we are relaxed and calm or sleepy, our breathing is generally slow, even and deep.
All in all: conscious, slow and deep breathing, preferably in the stomach, leads to a clear relaxation! (stress measurement application) We take advantage of this aspect. Breathing has a special role in biofeedback, as we can consciously control this parameter. In everyday life we rarely think about our breathing and breathe almost exclusively unconsciously. If our unconscious breathing patterns are interrupted by chronic stress, pain, or other psychological or physical stress, this often leads to discomfort and maintenance of stress.
With breath training, you can train and improve your breathing, achieve deep states of relaxation, and significantly increase your overall well-being. reduce stress through biofeedback iPhone and Android smartphone
Therefore, it plays an important role in almost all relaxation techniques such as training, yoga, meditation, and progressive muscle relaxation.
Direct biofeedback of respiration; i.e., real-time feedback of the breathing pattern, depth and frequency helps our awareness to achieve new and better breathing patterns faster and more precisely than without biofeedback. The focus on feedback avoids the frequent deviation of thoughts and loss of concentration in breathing. Many meditation techniques involve observing the breath, which is very difficult for many beginners. Biofeedback of respiration makes this task much easier.
After a learning phase through a few training sessions, respiratory biofeedback leads to a new sense of disconnection and full focus on breathing, increasingly without the need for biofeedback feedback, as better biofeedback develops. self-perception. The chapter "Training sequence" describes the sequence of a respiratory biofeedback training program. Follow this suggestion and develop your own routines and integrate breath training into your daily life, first with and then without biofeedback. The eSense Respiration is a powerful tool to help you breathe better.
Introduction to the eSense Respiration (biofeedback devices at home)
Biofeedback breathing training with eSense Respiration involves observing your breath through bars, curves, music, sounds, vibrations, light from bulbs, and more. This gives your consciousness a new perspective on breathing, self-perception is trained, and a feedback loop is created. But it is also about the change in breathing, towards slower and deeper abdominal breathing, which has many positive effects and can be trained by a breathing target in our app. We combine breath measurement and feedback in the eSense app with guided relaxation exercises, guided breathing exercises, and meditation, giving you a total experience beyond biofeedback. In addition to the wide feedback variants, you can evaluate your measurements with many statistics, document your progress, and export the recordings as CSV and PDF files. Your data belongs only to you! You have full access to the raw data.
Respiration is measured according to the tension measurement principle. With each breath, the space in the chest and abdomen will rise and fall, and the belt that is worn over the clothing will stretch slightly. The eSense Respiration Stretch Belt can be worn around the chest or abdomen. Abdominal breathing is measured and trained more frequently. eSense Respiration has a spring that translates the belt pressure into measurements. The eSense Respiration Sensor is used for transmission to your smartphone and tablet through its microphone input. Our eSense app assesses these signals and displays them comprehensively.
To reduce stress and your vegetative symptoms, biofeedback training can be done by monitoring and reporting your breathing. Often the feedback alone is sufficient without specification, and the user automatically breathes more calmly and evenly.
In addition to this measurement and feedback, it is also possible to specify how the user should breathe. The application includes a respiratory aid for this purpose. A bar, line or sphere changes as you go up or zoom in to symbolize inhalation. A fall of the beam or lines, as well as a contraction of the sphere shows an exhalation. The user follows this pattern when breathing. The breath target is freely adjustable in terms of inhale - hold - exhale - hold. read more