Breathing slowly can reduce stress and spread a sense of calm, vice versa if you do it quickly, the tension tends to rise. A process that has been known for some time and which we have talked about several times.Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
Breathe slowly it can reduce stress and spread a sense of calm, vice versa if you do it quickly, the tension tends to rise. A process that has been known for some time and which we have talked about several times.
Who practices yoga, he knows, for example, that one can calm down through breathing. A good deep breath and everything passes, there mind if calm, the heartbeat becomes regular and we can start smiling at life again.
Deep breathing is, in fact, a perfect antidote for when you are feeling stressed, agitated and under pressure.
There are many moments like these in a day. All it takes is a fight in the workplace, a quarrel with your partner or in the family, to make a feeling of general malaise.
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When we perceive that our breathing is fast and labored, let's stop for a moment. We gently place a hand on the our belly and we think that the air that enters through our nose must reach the belly and slightly raise our hand.
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Yoga comes to our aid by providing us with a useful remedy to calm us down instantly.
A study published in Science by researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine.
In fact, there is a group of neurons that connects breathing to moods and is responsible for calm. It is located deep in the brain stem, in an area discovered in 1991 called the complex of pre-Bötzinger.
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According to scientists, it is precisely here that relaxation, attention, anxiety, excitement develop.
This sort of respiratory pacemaker it deals with many different types of breathing associated with different emotions: regular, relaxed, excited, wheezing, sobbing, sighing.
Assuming that these groups determined different moods related to breathing, the scientists identified 60 neuronal subtypes, each creator of a different respiratory rhythm, and therefore of different emotions.
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Not only do we remember that deep breathing has other benefits, such as helping to change your posture, find a smile, relieve pain but also promote blood circulation. In general, there are many ways to improve your health by breathing.
Not surprisingly, when we are agitated the first thing we say is: 'Take a good deep breath'.