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I have been using yoga as part of my regular routine for many years and continue to add and improve on mind-body techniques. I'm sharing for educational purposes this set of exercises to oxygenate the body and increase brain clarity. I highly recommend doing these exercises daily if only for a few minutes and hope you receive the benefits as I have experienced. 


Breathing Correct is not only important for living longer but also to have a good mood and keep performing at your best. Let us look at the benefits of deep breathing and why you should make it part of your everyday living.

1. Breathing Detoxifies and Releases Toxins

  • Your body is designed to release 70% of its toxins through breathing. If you are not breathing effectively, you are not properly ridding your body of its toxins i.e. other systems in your body must work overtime which could eventually lead to illness. When you exhale air from your body you release carbon dioxide that has been passed through from your bloodstream into your lungs. Carbon dioxide is a natural waste of your body's metabolism. 

2. Breathing Releases Tension

  • Think how your body feels when you are tense, angry, scared or stressed. It constricts. Your muscles get tight and your breathing becomes shallow. When your breathing is shallow you are not getting the amount of oxygen that your body needs.

3. Breathing Relaxes the Mind/Body and Brings Clarity

  • Cells of the brain reduce anxiety levels. Pay attention to your breathing. Breathe slowly, deeply and purposefully into your body. Notice any places that are tight and breathe into them. As you relax your body, you may find that the breathing brings clarity and insights to you as well.

4. Breathing Relieves Emotional Problems

  • Breathing will help clear uneasy feelings out of your body.

5. Breathing Relieves Pain

  • You may not realize your respiration connection to how you think, feel and experience life. For example, what happens to your breathing when you anticipate pain? You probably hold your breath. Yet studies show that breathing into your pain helps to ease it.

6. Breathing Massages Your Organs and Lungs

  • The movements of the diaphragm during the deep breathing exercise massages the stomach, small intestine, liver and pancreas. The upper movement of the diaphragm also massages the heart. When you inhale air your diaphragm descends and your abdomen will expand. By this action you massage vital organs and improves circulation in them. Controlled breathing also strengthens and tones your abdominal muscles. 

7. Breathing Increases Muscle Strength, Stamina and Flexibility

  • Breathing is the oxygenation process to all of the cells in your body. By increasing the supply of oxygen to the brain the mood, focus and concentration levels elevate. Breathing increase pleasure-inducing neuro-chemicals in the brain to elevate moods and combat physical pain. A reduction of muscular cramps through relaxation and breathing will occur. Breathing improves cellular regeneration.


8. Breathing Strengthens the Immune System 

  • Oxygen travels through your bloodstream by attaching to haemoglobin in your red blood cells. This in turn then enriches your body to metabolize nutrients and vitamins.

9. Breathing Improves Posture

  • Good breathing techniques over a sustained period of time will encourage good posture. Bad body posture will result in shallow breathing. That is another reason why getting your posture right from the beginning will show benefits.

10. Breathing Improves Quality of the Blood

  • Deep breathing moves all the carbon-dioxide and increases oxygen in the blood and thus increases blood quality.

11.  Increases Digestion and  Assimilation of Food.

  • The digestive organs, such as the stomach, receive more oxygen with deep breathing, and move with a more even rhythm and fluidity with relaxation breathing and fully oxygenated cells. 

12. Breathing Improves the Nervous System

  • The brain, spinal cord and nerves receive increased oxygenation and are more nourished. This improves the health of the whole body, since the nervous system communicates to all parts of the body.

13. Breathing Strengthen the Lungs

  • As you breathe deeply the lungs become healthy and powerful, a good insurance against respiratory problems.

14. Proper Breathing makes the Heart Stronger.

  • Breathing exercises reduce the workload on the heart in two ways. Firstly, deep breathing leads to more efficient lungs, which means more oxygen is brought into contact with blood sent to the lungs by the heart. The heart doesn't have to work as hard to deliver oxygen to the tissues. Secondly, deep breathing leads to a greater pressure differential in the lungs, which leads to an increase in the circulation, thus resting the heart a little.

15. Proper Breathing assists in Weight Control

  • if you are overweight, the extra oxygen burns up the excess fat more efficiently. If you are underweight, the extra oxygen feeds the starving tissues and glands.

Learn How to Breathe Properly

In order to breathe properly you need to breathe deeply into your abdomen not just into your chest. Even in the old Greek and Roman times the doctors recommended deep breathing by voluntarily holding air in the lungs, believing that this exercise cleansed the system of impurities and gave strength. This certainly is of great value in your work in the world.

Breathing exercises should be deep, slow, rhythmic and through the nose, not breathing through the mouth. The most important parts of deep breathing have to be regulating your breaths three to four seconds in and three to four seconds out.

Try this:

1. Inhale through your nose, expanding your belly, then fill your chest. Counting to three.

2. Hold and Count to three. Feel all your cells filled with golden, healing, balancing sun light energy.

3. Exhale through slightly parted lips, imagining the waste material leaving and emptying old energy out.

Schedule your deep breathing exercise just as you would schedule important business appointments.

Set aside a minimum of two 10 minute segments of time everyday although you can begin with two five minutes segments if you prefer.

Honoring yourself enough to schedule time with yourself is the first step in mastering stress.

Tend your relationship with yourself and your relationship with life and with others will be enriched and deepened accordingly.

Remember to share with your children and all your friends and loved ones so that they too can reap its untold benefits.

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I love your input on this topic Dr. Wequar!  Breathing is so fundamental, but so easy to take for granted, especially when the pace of life keeps us hopping without regard to nourishing the process of breathing.  Breath is life, as they say - This is a very helpful reminder - TY!

Thank you for your appreciation.


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