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Tips to Stop Snoring

If you, or someone that you know, suffers from nighttime snoring they are likely to experience a restless night’s sleep whether or not they realize it. In addition, their family may also be suffering from loss of sleep due to the distraction.  There are many remedies available, which are said to cure snoring. However, before doing anything drastic or deciding to…

Quickly and Easily Improve Your Breathing Mechanics

Breath is an essential part of life, and learning to do it correctly can have a significant impact on everyday activities. Improving the mechanics of your breathing is a fast and easy way to positively impact your life. The simplest way to do this? Learn about nasal breathing and diaphragm breathing. These are the foundation of breathing and remain useful…

Tips for Getting Better Breath During Exercise

Learning to breathe during exercise is one of the best ways to improve athletic performance, increase health benefits, and prevent dizziness or feelings of sickness. Whether you’re hitting the turf, the track, or a squat rack, breathing might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you envision getting shape. However, smooth and efficient breathing is essential for…

Pranayama and the Practice of Controlled Breathing

One of the interesting things about breathing is that it can be a conscious or an autonomic behavior. In other words, you don’t have to think about breathing in order to make it happen. Whether you’re asleep, focusing on the job, or running the household, it just happens on its own. Put another way, you don’t always have the opportunity…

Learn These Breathing Techniques to Get More Breath

The goal of most breathing techniques is to breathe more deeply, but what does this mean? It means using your diaphragm muscles to draw in and push out more air, thereby making things easier on your lungs and respiratory system. When someone says that your breath is all lungs, it can sound confusing. What they mean is you’re only using…