Published by: Digital Schools
The breath is a quiet observer to how you think and feel and how healthy you are in mind and body.
If you are a short, shallow breather, you might have symptoms of anxiety, high blood pressure, poor digestion, irritability and emotional instability.
If you breathe deeply and regularly, you should experience the luxurious and enriching experience of life as it is, in harmony.
Just like everything we consume – the breath can either be a medicine or a poison; depending on how you use it. If your breathing is short and restricted will increase acidity as well as activate your sympathetic nervous system – keeping you anxious and edgy all day.
Learning how to breathe correctly can enhance the quality of your life and improve your health and wellbeing by reducing your stress hormones, lowing your blood pressure and alkalising your gut.
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The ability to connect and grow authentic relationships with our friends and family is essential for your health and wellbeing and learning deep breathing will help you do that.
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Emily Rack is a yoga teacher, meditation instructor, freelance writer and visual content creator. She incorporates a unique creative flair into her yoga and meditation classes, courses and workshops. Emily hosts events and courses in schools and the wider community & are passionate about teaching the art of mindfulness.