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Take a deep breath...

Deep breathing relieves stress and anxiety due to its physiological effect on the nervous system. Breathing slowly and mindfully activates the hypothalamus, connected to the pituitary gland in the brain, to send out neurohormones that inhibit stress-producing hormones and trigger a relaxation response in the body. 1,104 more words


Breath and Breathing

Breath and Breathing

Breathing is something we all do without really even thinking about it. It is part of our survival and we really only take notice of it when someone reminds us of our breathing or something is obstructing it– like stress or a health issue. 4,687 more words

Health And Well-Being

Your Breathing Sucks

This blog site is solely dedicated to the most important people in the world, next to my family, you the singer. I am here to help you reach your fullest potential as a singer. 176 more words

Abdominal Breathing

Effective Core Training

What is the Core?

The core is the vital “foundation” of all your body’s movements, whether you are standing, walking, carrying, or playing a sport. 617 more words


Breathe & Stretch That Stress Out

Nowadays with hectic working lifestyles controlling all elements of life such as health, financial commitments, work pressures, and putting family and friends first can cause enormous amounts of stress. 448 more words


Breathe From your Belly

Always breathe from your belly and not solely from your chest. This is the way you use to breathe when you were a baby. Belly breathing is the first step in learning Taoist Longevity Breathing practices and ideally should be incorporated into all Taoist qigong or tai chi practices. 445 more words