My name is Jean Greenwood, I am 85 years young when writing this, and I would like to tell you how TriBreath has helped me.
15 years ago I was diagnosed with osteoporosis and my G.P. suggested medication which I took, and upon making inquiries I then found out what the side effects were or would be and I also had asthma. I felt my whole body disintegrating too young for that to happen!
I told my G.P I was not going to take the medication at which it was suggested I take calcium tablets, I was quite happy to take them until I found some answers.
Over the next 11 years I went searching for answers and as I had been a walker all my life I would start there.
I had climbed Mt. Kosciusko also Mt. Warning, in my younger years, but if the opportunity arose, I would do them again.
I went to different classes, a gym plus a P.T. but I found these were not challenging enough and I was not happy.
So I thought if I am not happy, look for something else.
I was reading the local paper as one does and I saw an article on TriBreath, so I decided to investigate and met Brett who explained to me how TriBreath could help me.
That was the challenge I was looking for.
I get so much enjoyment from the huge variety of exercises (70 plus) Brett offers.
Where else would you get to walk a slack line, walk uphill backwards and walk like a bear all done using the TriBreath breathing rhythm’s of course.
To me TriBreath has really worked a miracle for me.
My next challenge is not to have osteoporosis when I have my next Bone Mineral Densitometry which will be done in 2 years time.
Brett offers us lots of suggestions (which I so value) on the best way or ways to maintain and stay HEALTHY.
Thank you Brett.
Since my initial scan of 14/08/2000 there has been an 18.3% long term decrease in the Bone Mineral Densitometry (BMD) values in the femoral neck, and 3.4% long term decrease in the lumber spine BMD values.
This is the good news…..
Since the initial scan of 27 March 2007, there has been a 10.7% long-term increase in the BMD values in the femoral neck, and an 8.8% long term increase in the lumber spine BMD values.