The quality of our life depends largely on the quality and efficiency of our breathing.

How we breathe influences every cell in our body and they in turn influences how our body and organs function.

Our breathing affects our cardiovascular, muscular, gastrointestinal, reproductive, excretion, endocrine, central nervous system, sleep quality, memory recall, attention, etc.

In fact, breathing touches our physical, emotional, and spiritual parts of our life.

From here, I hope you would start practicing good breathing techniques and stop any poor breathing habits you may have till now.

Good breathing is free, relaxed breathing. It is spontaneous, full, smooth and rhythmic. It is refreshing, uplifting, life-enhancing, and healing.

On the other hand, poor breathing is just the direct opposite of good breathing.

Poor breathing is shallow, rapid, erratic, tense, and stressful. Poor breathing contributes to ill health, lethargy, low energy, poor concentration, poor digestion, and fuzzy thought processes.

So, what is a good breathing technique you can use to change your life for the better if you are not already practicing good breathing techniques?

My answer is that you start to learn and practice yogic breathing as part of your life.

Yogic breathing is full, rhythmic, and deep breathing that, in my experience, is cleansing, refreshing, and healing.

Over time, yogic breathing can help you calm your mind, increase your focus, clarity, and attention span.

You would be surprised at how much more you can add to your life with correct, and good breathing technique.

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March 25, 2024 — Victoria Rose