...do you breath correctly?
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How Do You Breath?
Generally speaking, there are four breathing methods.
First, a single breath is considered one inhale and one exhale. When breathing, your inhale and exhale should be even or the same duration. You should not be inhaling faster then exhaling or vice a versa. When inhaling, you always inhale through the nose; when exhaling, you can exhale through the nose, mouth or a combination of the two.
When breathing naturally you should take no more 16 breaths per minute. You will find as you concentrate on your breathing, this number will easily lower to 10 - 12, then to even 6 - 8 breaths.
All breathing is performed through the use of the diaphragm. Also, keep the tongue lightly touching the hard palate, or the roof of the mouth, at all times. Never hold your breath unless specifically instructed to do so.
This is the way we breath when we are born. It is natural and very popular. When inhaling, through the nose, allow the stomach to push outward; when exhaling allow the stomach to pull inward. This allows the diaphragm to push the lungs up and down allowing full breaths.
Natural Deep Breathing
Using Abdominal Breathing, breath slow, deep, and steady.
Reversed Abdominal Breathing
Using the Abdominal Breathing Method, except your will reverse the diaphragms movement by pulling the diaphragm in during the inhale and pushing the diaphragm out on the exhale.
In this method, use the Abdominal Breathing Method, except this time you will pause at the end of the inhale and pause again at the end of the exhale.