How to Breathe for Health
Are you too tense to take a breath? Learn how to improve your breathing. Feel better, have more energy.
Practicing belly breathing makes your diaphragm stronger. It’s ironic, but most of us do naturally breathe from the diaphragm when we are sleeping. Then we change to shallow chest breathing after we wake and get moving. Paying attention to your breathing can help you to change to more healthy breathing habits.
Note: If you have breathing difficulties, such as asthma or CoPD, you may want to find out more about your total breath capacity. A healthcare professional can administer a spirometry test to find out your lung function numbers.
Making a conscious effort to learn proper breathing habits has many health dividends. Want to learn more? Read this article about the benefits of belly breathing.
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