breathe


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Synonyms for breathe

inhale and exhale

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breathe in

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Synonyms for breathe

to breathe in and out

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to draw air into the lungs in the process of respiration

to expel air in the process of respiration

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to have reality or life

to tell in confidence

Synonyms for breathe

be alive

impart as if by breathing

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allow the passage of air through

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manifest or evince

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take a short break from one's activities in order to relax

reach full flavor by absorbing air and being let to stand after having been uncorked

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This will allow you to feel your diaphragm move as you breathe.
oxygen the brain, causing headaches " As more of us realise the importance of how we inhale, there are classes popping up all over the country designed to optimise the way you breathe. Try some of these clever techniques to help you breathe your way to better physical, mental and emotional health
To breathe at a rate of six breaths a minute, take a deep breath into your belly for four seconds and exhale for six seconds.
Put your hand on your belly and try to reverse breathe. Notice a difference?
One reason why this phenomenon has not previously been available for study is that the most common laboratory animals - rats and mice - cannot breathe naturally through their mouths.
"Our study shows that we remember smells better if we breathe through the nose when the memory is being consolidated -- the process that takes place between learning and memory retrieval," says Artin Arshamian, researcher at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet.
You still breathe when you're unconscious, asleep or anaesthetised.
'We simply aimed to change the way they breathe without thinking much about specific psychotherapeutic methods,' he said.
Because of this, many of us actually breathe incorrectly and only use about a third of our lungs when we take in oxygen - studies show that this could be responsible for a whole host of health problems.
Written by a certified yoga instructor/writer with a deep commitment to enabling children to lead healthy lives, "Just Breathe" is a simply written, warmly illustrated manual that teaches children a way to use deep breathing to calm and center themselves when feeling sad, stressed or anxious.
Shaikh has said that Helping Babies Breathe is an evidencebased educational programme aimed to teach neonatal resuscitation techniques in resourcestarved areas.
Then the participants were made to slow deep breathe for 5 minutes i.e.
Your ribcage should move as little as pos-sible--if it lifts upwards as you breathe in, your upper lungs are filling up too much and not enough air is getting to the bottom of your lungs.
Then they were made to slow deep breathe (six seconds of inhalation and six seconds of exhalation) for five minutes and were again made to solve the same matrices.