Breathing & Relaxing
It’s ironic that something we born knowing how to do, can be so hard to do in difficult situations. When faced with challenges it is natural to sometimes feel flustered and confused. However this reflex reaction is a leading contributor to panic attacks. Bad breathing habits are also linked to bad and frequent mood swings, digestion problems, development of sleep disorders and slow brain development. When in a complex position, it is encouraged that we stop and breathe --correctly.
How to breathe:
Inhale deeply through your nose, filling your lungs for 2-3 seconds
Push the air in your lungs, using your diaphragm
Relax in a straight posture
Exhale for 3-4 seconds