Breathing is a mechanical function of the body and that is why it is easy to take it for granted, without paying due attention to it. Let’s do it now! Go! Take 3 deep breaths. Putting all your attention into it. 1, 2, 3 times… Can you feel the difference?
By noticing our breath we can see how much air we can hold, how much air we can breathe in, how much we can breathe out. Do we practice it? Go!
Now slowly fill your lungs with air, deep, smooth, and slow, very good! Do it again, 2 more times. Now we are going to increase the complexity of the breath. You’re going to do the same thing filling your lungs fully and then you’re going to hold that breath. You count to 5 and then gently release. Do you dare? Go!
We are going to do the same thing 3 times! Yes, did you do it? Congratulations! How do you feel? What sensations do you feel? Can you feel that smile on your face?
Breathing can bring us multiple benefits:
It improves mood. Breathing oxygenates the brain and heart, and the communication between them flows easily, allowing our heart rate to stabilize and in turn our mood.
It increases neuroplasticity, this is the brain’s ability to produce changes, which also improves memory.
It helps us make more favorable decisions related to our conduct. If in a moment of sadness, anger, anguish, you stop and practice these breaths, how would you feel? Do you think you would be able to make a better decision? Well, practice this breathing technique daily.
It can help improve the digestive system. Breathing is one of the most important functions of the human body. It supports the other different biological functions. That is why it is important to focus on your breath as it impacts the rest of your body.
Since taking care of everyone’s health is our commitment, we want to recommend that you supplement a balanced diet with Echinacea, it is a plant endemic to North America, which contains immunostimulant properties that can shorten the duration of infections and the common flu, acting as natural protection against it. . It is used to fight infections, especially the common cold and other upper respiratory tract infections.
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