The other day I was asked why we should bother doing specific breathing exercises.
Here are a couple of good, sound, undeniable reasons. Read them and think about them.
1. Breathing is how you get oxygen to the cells, the millions and millions of cells that make up the various parts of your body, that is, YOU.
2. It energises the cells so that all those body parts can work well; your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys, your blood, your bones, your muscles, your eyes, everything.
3. It helps you get the nutrients from the food you eat, and as a ble-up, helps your digestive system use those nutrients to optimum effect.
4.It keeps your blood clean and active, feeding the muscles, the brain, the nervous system with the necessary Life Force to function and help you get the most from yourself and your life.
Do this for twenty eight days;
Take five long, slow, consecutive breaths through the nose, exhale gently but completely, through the mouth.
Make sure they're all quality, deliberately done breaths, the fifth being as good as, even better, than the first.
Do it ten times daily.
Do it before an event, a meeting, or a phone call, or a presentation, or as you arrive home, from work.
Don't argue. Just do it.