Stressed? Take a Deep Breath

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Stress affects all of us.But diaphragmatic and breathing, a deep -breathing technique can help you work through it.

Diaphragmatic breathing doesn't come naturally, so you should practice it for optimal benefit.

Get Comfortable . Wear loss-fitting clothing, and sit or lie on your back with your eyes closed.

Breath Deeply and slowly, using your diaphragm
Feel your abdomen and not your chest, move with each breath. Place a paperback book on your abdomen. When you breath, the book should rise; when you breath out, the book should go down.

Concentrate . Focus on how you feel as the air passes through your nose or mouth then into and out of your lungs.

Visualize . Each time you inhale, visualize fresh, clean air circulating though your body. When you exhale, visualize your stress and tension being released.


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