How One Simple Breathing Technique Can Induce Better Health


A post with a “Breath of Fresh Air” in comparison to all the ‘Doom and Gloom’.

By Lorraine Ereira  Guest Writer for Wake Up WorldCan this Simple Breathing Technique Induce Better Health

Can this Simple Breathing Technique Induce Better Health

We all do it, all day, every day. Even while we sleep. In fact we never ever stop doing it. If we did we would die. But do we ever think about it? Do we realise just how much of an impact it has on our bodies, our minds and our overall health?

It is the simple act of respiration. That’s right – breathing! Believe it or not, there are different ways to breathe, which have different effects on the body and our health. But let’s just take a look at two. Nose breathing which induces relaxation, calm, and improves health, and the other mouth breathing, which most of us do by default, because of the lives we lead, which contributes to many health concerns like elevated blood pressure and an increase in resting heart rate.

I would like to share with you an extract from my latest book Sports Pattern Release. In this extract I explain how breathing effects the human body. I will then offer you a simple breathing technique to support better health.

Read on here.

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About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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