How to Set the Length of Your Breathe Session on Apple Watch

Breathe app can be immensely pivotal in keeping you relaxed. Read on to adjust the length of your Breathe on the Apple Watch and if you wish to go even further; customize the breath rate depending on what works best for you!

Breathe app can prove to be highly effective in helping you relax and focus on breathing. The app not just guides you through a series of deep breaths but also alerts users to spare time for it each day. Moreover, you can also fine-tune length of your Breathe session on your Apple Watch based on your convenience.

If you prefer a particular duration, you can set it as default. Besides, you have the option to customize breath rate as well. Let me demonstrate how it works:

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How to Adjust Length of Your Breathe Session on Apple Watch

When starting a new session, you can quickly set your session’s duration just by turning the Digital Crown. Plus, if you like a particular duration, you can choose to make it the default option.

Step #1. Launch Apple Watch app on your iPhone and select My Watch tab at the bottom left corner.

Tap on My Watch tab in iOS Watch App

Step #2. Now, tap Breathe and Turn ON the switch next to Use Previous Duration.

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Tap Breathe and Turn ON switch next to Use Previous Duration in iOS Watch App

Going forward, each of your new session will default to the duration of your previous session.

Adjusting the length of each breath is just as simple. Keep reading.

How to Change the Length of Each Breath on Apple Watch

Step #1. Launch Apple Watch appMy Watch tab.

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Step #2. Now, tap Breathe and select Breath Rate.

Tap on Breathe and then Select Breath Rate in iOS Watch App

Step #3. Next, you have multiple options like 4 breaths per minute, 5 breaths per minute -10 breaths per minutes. You can select any options based on your specific goal.

Change the Length of Each Breath on Apple Watch

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View how often you take time to use the Breathe app

Tracking breath session is pretty simple via the Health app.

Step #1. Open the Health app on your iPhone and select Health Data tab.

Tap on Health Data tab in iOS Health App

Step #2. Now, tap Mindfulness.

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Tap on Mindfulness in iOS Health App

Step #3. Next, tap on Mindful minutes.

Tap on Mindful minutes in Health App

And then tap the graph to check more info.

View how often you take time to use Breathe app

At the end of each session, check out the number of times you have used this app that day.

How to Turn Off Breathe Reminder on Apple Watch

No longer want to get Breathe reminders? No problem, you can choose to keep them away with ease. To do so, jump over here.

Over to you:

Personally, I like this health app a lot. It’s simple and works effectively in keeping you focused. Have any feedback? Feel free to share it with us down below in the comments.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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