Reduce Stress through Deep Breathing...

Feb 26 by

Breathing Slows Down the Aging Process Stress is one of the major factors for hastening the aging process and physical breakdown. Chronic stress eats up the nutrients from the body and weakens brain structure. Muscle tension, depression, insomnia, chronic pain, lack of motivation, weight gain and a multitude of other conditions are all associated to stress. It has been discovered that stress contribute to the appearance of certain diseases, due to the fact that chronic stress enervates the immune system which makes it far easier to get ill. But, there is a fast and effortless remedy in order to reduce that stress. Try deep breathing. Deep breathing is the greatest approach to activate your parasympathetic nervous system through what has been called the relaxation reaction of the human body. Research reveals that taking deep...

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Incorporating Deep Breath to Your Daily Routine...

Feb 24 by

Conscious Breathing It really pays to learn how to breathe consciously. Breathing provides over 99 percent of our body’s oxygen and energy capacity which aid in all our physiological functions. When breathing is poorly executed, it can cause or lead to more serious effects like depression, fatigue, stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, loss of sleep, poor mental focus, headaches and so many detrimental chronic disorders. All chronic disorders or illnesses are aggravated with poor breathing. Yes, we normally breathe every day, but the manner of breathing we do is shallower and quicker coming from the higher part of our diaphragm instead from the stomach that involves long, gradual breaths. Getting energized and recharged quickly and efficiently is always possible by just applying techniques of deep breathing. With this vital fact, there is no downtime...

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Fresh and Clean Air: A Boost to Your Health...

Feb 22 by

Increase Your Oxygen Level Why is it that a simple thing like fresh air is so important for your health and overall fitness? Well, we get a plenty of reasons for that matter and you should not take this vital element for granted. After you take in air through your lungs, your oxygen levels are boosted up by the red blood cells and transport it to the rest of those body cells. The regular supply of oxygen is used by our cells in metabolism, or the process of energy production that takes place in the body. Your body systems really need fresh air that will give enough oxygen to the cells in order to stay fit and health. Having a Healthy Bloodstream When inhalation and exhalation take place, airborne toxins are released from the...

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Breathing: Doing it the Right Way...

Feb 20 by

 Common Breathing Problem It is a universal law that we all depend on breathing to survive. Life starts and ends in breath. Usually, we overlook the significance of inhalation and exhalation, thinking of it rarely as an automatic process, until we discover ourselves getting problems in breathing and then attempt to exert effort. When we have influenza and blocked sinuses or are abruptly frightened by something, we tend to breath shortly and unstably. Then we realize how essential breathing is to our life and how out of our control breathing has turned into. First Step in Breathing Correctly Beyond the point of this obvious condition among people, there is a more hidden problem that needs a careful attention. Most people do not breathe correctly to benefit their body and mind on a more profound...

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The Continual Benefits of Deep Breathing...

Feb 18 by

First Steps in Breathing Deeply Many exercise systems depend upon equipment, gyms and pricey gadgets. These are the usual regimes that we use to maintain our fitness and health. But what if I told you that there’s one simple alternative to those expensive routines. Deep breathing is a great way to contract certain muscles, and quickly work up a sweat. Yes, this is the reality! As a matter of fact, when you focus on your breath primarily and by holding definite positions for time, you can really boost internal organ health, digestion, as well as make feelings of well-being and concentration. All it takes is a matter of harnessing your breath.   Deep Breathing Exercise Deep breathing exercises can give you plenty of continual benefits. It’s a vital technique of ensuring your wellness without...

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Pranayama: Spreading Out Bio-energy through Respiration...

Feb 16 by

Pranayama is derived from the Sanskrit words prana which means life energy and ayama which is defined intensity, expansion, breadth, elevation. In short, it is the expansion or increase of bio-energy. Pranayama assigns techniques that are constant of a respiratory nature and behavior to the intensification or extension of prana in the body. Yoga has made prana the general name for any form of energy that exists biologically. It is theoretically defined as the energy of a solar source, but also probably exposed after metabolization or the process of food, air and water absorption. The generic description of prana can be broken into 5 more specific types: apana, samana, udana, vyana, other than prana itself. These categories can be divided further into diverse subpranas. Prana bears visibility. Pranayama is best done during a sunny...

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