Are you having trouble breathing due to extreme stress?
Sometimes, it is very hard to breathe when the situation is under so much pressure. It causes stress and anxiety that can affect how you think and feel. It also makes it hard to stay focused and motivated. Fortunately, there is a way to handle stress in an easy way.
Do you want to know a breathing technique that would help you to reduce stress and calm your mind?
Then watch this video:
In this video, I discussed how to perform reverse breathing and know the benefits to your mind and body.
Here are some of my key points from this episode: 1. When you breathe, try to exhale first. When you exhale, you will see that your tummy gets sucked in and lungs now have space since you exhaled first and then breathed.
2. Reverse breathing can reduce stress. Whenever you hold your breath, open your arms, and breathe again, your body starts to relax.
3. All your muscles are being relaxed when you do reverse breathing. There is an exchange in lungs that is happening. Carbon dioxide is getting out from your blood and then oxygen is getting in your blood through your lungs.Thus, it gives space in your body to internalize a more refreshing feeling.
What have you learned from the video?
What can you say about the benefits of reverse breathing?
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Remember, it is important to relax your mind, body and soul in order to operate efficiently at work. People with anxiety are more likely to be less calm and less focused on what they do while they are working.
So take time to apply techniques like reverse breathing to make smart decisions and be able to focus on making the best decision every day.
Dedicated To Your Health and Happiness,
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