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Time Zone Jumpers (Travel Protocol / SHARE)
This is one of the protocols we've used with traveling and getting on that time zone. The above video simply demonstrates and discusses the technique (s).
Breath cycle: refers to an inhale, breath hold (if indicated), exhale, breath pause (if indicated). Example: 11 = inhale & exhale, 111 = inhale hold exhale, 1111 = inhale hold exhale pause. OR 121 = inhale hold (double inhale) exhale, and so on.
Superventilation 1 (SV1): full nasal inhale / half nasal exhale. Repeated for time/breaths. This keeps the PSNS tone yet still fully increases O2+ into red blood cells. It also has us using diaphragm.
SNS: Sympathetic Nervous System (fight/flight/freeze). PSNS: Parasympathetic Nervous System (rest/digest/reproduce/recover)
1. For every time zone we do one round of SV1 x 1:00 w/ a :30 exhale pause at 1:00. This initiates 1hr before landing regardless of time. This does not need to exceed 6 rounds (6 time zones). Example: if you're headed to Middle East and are from West Coast (U.S.) that's +11hr/time zones.
2. The evening of arrival, and each evening you feel this can help more, 2hrs before bed (fast adapters / those who can down regulate fast can be closer to 1hr): 2-3 rounds of SV1 w/ :30-:45 exhale pause. OR cold plunge (should be < 45F/7C) for 1:30.
3. <30 minutes before bed (can be in bed): 10 breath cycles of 142 @ 5sec-20sec-10sec or less (4-16-8)... this is for PSNS shift.
The SV1 protocol can be done anytime throughout day you feel jet lagged / tired to up regulate more. Or use cold exposure. The other part you can do instead of SV1 in evening is workout/train 2hrs before bed. But the Apnea 3 protocol (142) becomes a MUST.