How to Breathe Correctly?
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Breathe correctly is an integral function of the body, which provides full health, calms the mind, strengthens the immune system, improves concentration, increases the chances of light, refreshing body, and mind improves blood circulation.
«When a person’s breathing is uneven, wrong — his mind is unstable. The brain is quiet. Man must learn to control your breathing.
In the right natural breathing your abdomen is involved in the movement: inspiratory bulging outward, as you exhale — is drawn. With each breath correctly we are becoming wider, and with every breath — above.
Very often, there are people who breathe correctly the other way around, pulling the navel center while inhaling. Thus, they reduce the space available for breathing. It is common for people who are often in emotional stress or smoking.
Why do I need to breathe correctly?
All movements require a voltage, however, when a person is not free to return from a muscular or mental stress to rest, he has a stress. Stress triggers breathing is shallow, impulsive, breathing in the upper parts of the lungs are very often the rhythm, which leads to chronic tension and relaxation of the nervous system. A weak and irregular breathing increases, in turn, susceptibility to stress. All this creates the basis for diseases and disorders in any given system. To breathe correctly was right and natural, do not wear tight clothing in the abdomen, which hampers the movement of the diaphragm, try to go and sit with your back flat and the expanded chest. Draws air in and out is always through the nose, which filters, warms and humidifies the air. Try to perform the full breath to the natural breath to the lungs can be emptied completely. Full deep breathing — is the next step, after which it is necessary to master the natural breathing. Most people use only the upper part of the lungs. When the full deep breath activated to light the whole area — the upper part under the collarbone and shoulders, the middle part — under the rib cage and the lower part — the area of the diaphragm.
Deep breathing begins with a bulging belly, then there is an expansion of the chest, and finally raised the upper ribs and collarbone. Exhalation takes place in the reverse order: first, the air exits from the top of the lungs, and then — from the middle. In conclusion, drew inwardly toward the back.
Use deep breathing:
- The balance of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system;
- Purifying effect: reducing and preventing the emergence of toxins in the lungs, cleanses the blood;
- It promotes the formation of endorphins — the hormones of happiness;
- It improves the circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid, which is the power source of the brain;
- It regulates the acid-base balance of the body.
It provides the ability to manage negative emotions and state. Learn to breathe correctly freely and naturally, no matter what activity your body performs.