BREATHING LINKS Controlling the way you breathe
could be a conscious attempt in the beginning but it becomes easy once you keep at it.
Many children in western society habitually breathe
through their mouths rather than through their noses.
So when you breathe
mindfully, you're bringing your mind back to your body and you become fully present.
through your nose rather than your mouth and slow down your breathing.
Also, learning more about the genetic basis of high-altitude acclimatization could help researchers solve medical mysteries, such as why some people naturally respond to similar lung diseases by breathing harder and turning pink, while others breathe
less hard and turn blue.
A Normally, you breathe
to give your body a steady flow of oxygen, a gas found in air.
According to Ramacharaka, one who breathes
this way "elevates the ribs and raises the collarbone and shoulders.
An asthma sufferer breathes
about 15 litres, going up to 27 during an attack.
They were astonished to find that a baby mouse from Australia called the Julia Creek dunnart breathes
oxygen through its skin
We don't need to think hard about the importance of breathing; we need to breathe
There are books galore telling you how to breathe
and what to do with your breath.