Scientifically Proven Breathwork Techniques for Attracting Women

Scientifically Proven Breathwork Techniques for Attracting Women

Written by dating coach for men Gary Gunn - Founder of Social Attraction

In this blog, I will teach you some scientifically proven breathwork techniques for attracting women into your life.

By practicing these techniques, you can enhance your self-esteem, foster emotional well-being, and increase your overall attractiveness.

Connected Breathing

Feeling grounded and confident is essential for creating authentic connections.

The Basic Connected Breathing technique can help you achieve this by focusing on your breath and calming your mind.

  • Find a comfortable position, either lying down or sitting with your back supported.
  • Take deep, full breaths through your mouth, focusing on connecting your inhales and exhales seamlessly.
  • Allow your abdomen to expand on the inhale and contract on the exhale, using your diaphragm for more profound breathing.
  • Continue this pattern for 15-20 minutes or as long as you feel comfortable.

Practicing this technique regularly can help you feel more grounded, confident, and present in your interactions with potential partners, making you more attractive and approachable.

Four-Seven-Eight Breathing

Emotional balance is crucial in attracting a partner who appreciates and values your genuine personality.

The Four-Seven-Eight Breathing technique helps regulate your nervous system, creating a sense of stability and inner calm.

  • Assume a comfortable seated or lying position.
  • Close your eyes and inhale through your nose for a count of 4.
  • Hold your breath for a count of 7.
  • Exhale through your mouth for a count of 8.
  • Repeat this pattern for several cycles or as long as you feel comfortable.

This technique fosters emotional balance and a calm demeanor, both of which are attractive qualities in a partner.

By cultivating these traits, you’ll be better equipped to create deep, lasting connections with potential romantic partners.

Three-Part Breathing (Dirga Pranayama)

Self-awareness is a key factor in creating authentic and meaningful connections with others.

By practicing the Three-Part Breathing technique, you can gain a better understanding of yourself, making it easier to attract a compatible partner.

  • Find a comfortable seated or lying position.
  • Begin by inhaling deeply into your abdomen, feeling your belly rise.
  • Continue inhaling into your ribcage, expanding your ribs outward.
  • Finally, inhale into your chest, lifting your collarbones and filling your lungs completely.
  • Exhale in reverse order, emptying your chest, ribcage, and finally, your abdomen.
  • Continue this three-part breathing for several minutes or as long as you feel comfortable.

Incorporating the Three-Part Breathing technique into your routine can lead to enhanced self-awareness and self-acceptance.

By understanding yourself better, you can communicate your values, desires, and boundaries more effectively, making it easier to attract a partner who shares your outlook on life.

Alternate Nostril Breathing (Nadi Shodhana)

A focused and clear mind is attractive to potential partners, as it allows for engaging and meaningful conversations.

Alternate Nostril Breathing can help sharpen your mental clarity, giving you the edge in connecting with others.

  • Find a comfortable seated position.
  • Using your right thumb, close your right nostril and inhale through your left nostril.
  • At the peak of your inhale, close your left nostril with your right ring finger, and release your thumb from your right nostril.
  • Exhale through your right nostril.
  • Inhale through your right nostril, close it with your thumb, release your ring finger from your left nostril, and exhale through your left nostril.
  • Continue this pattern, alternating nostrils with each breath, for several minutes or as long as you feel comfortable.

Practicing Alternate Nostril Breathing regularly can result in improved mental focus and clarity.

These qualities enable you to engage in deeper, more meaningful conversations with potential romantic partners, increasing your overall attractiveness.

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Resources

  1. Brown, R. P., & Gerbarg, P. L. (2005). Sudarshan Kriya yogic breathing in the treatment of stress, anxiety, and depression: Part I-neurophysiologic model. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 11(1), 189-201. This study explores the effects of Sudarshan Kriya Yoga, a breathwork technique, on stress, anxiety, and depression, which may be relevant to emotional regulation and stress reduction.
  2. Goyal, M., Singh, S., Sibinga, E. M., Gould, N. F., Rowland-Seymour, A., Sharma, R., … & Haythornthwaite, J. A. (2014). Meditation programs for psychological stress and well-being: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA Internal Medicine, 174(3), 357-368. This systematic review and meta-analysis investigates the effectiveness of meditation programs, which often include breathwork, on psychological stress and well-being, providing insights into the impact of breath awareness and control on mental health.
  3. Sharma, H. (2013). Meditation: Process and effects. Ayu, 36(3), 233-237. This review article discusses various meditation techniques, including pranayama (yogic breathing), and their effects on psychological well-being, cognitive functioning, and emotional regulation. This may provide evidence supporting the benefits of breathwork in enhancing mental clarity and emotional balance.

Written by Gary Gunn


Gary Gunn is a trained coach, accredited therapist and best selling author. He offers proven, evidence-based dating advice for single men.

He has hosted over 1,000 in-person dating confidence courses across the UK and Europe, as well as over 1,500 online courses.

As the head coach at Social Attraction, he leads the team and oversees the training and courses provided, helping countless men transform their dating lives.
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