Shifting to nasal breathing can help you sleep deeper, decrease blood pressure, eliminate snoring, improve oral health, boost your immunity and reduce your anxiety!
No matter your political affiliation, this season is probably stressing you out — and putting your central nervous system (CNS) on edge!
The best way to respond isn’t yelling at the first passerby that looks at you funny. Instead, establishing a routine that gives your CNS a little TLC is much more effective!
Morning routines are a part of everyone’s life. Each time we do something, our brains form a neural pathway — a shortcut — affirming our choices. So we need to get them right.
Hearing is something that we all do automatically, all day long. It’s the functional act of being stimulated by sound. Listening, on the other hand, is directing our full, thoughtful attention to that sound for the purpose of gaining understanding.
Our intake of oxygen has lost is preciousness. And, like any great love affair, your relationship with your breath will take time, effort, and a little flexibility. How many of the 20,000 breaths you took today did you given some lovin’ to?
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