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Diaphragmatic Breathing

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Diaphragmatic Breathing

You may take 20,000 breaths a day and still, your cells may not be getting all the oxygen they need. Feeling tired isn’t the only consequence of low oxygen from shallow breathing. Because your overall health is dependent on good, well-oxygenated blood, your whole system can suffer from inadequate oxygen. Deep breathing has important health benefits. Some of the benefits of full, deep inhalation include improved circulation and better sleep. How is diaphragmatic breathing done? How often should you do it? Learn more about diaphragmatic breathing and see a demonstration of how it’s done in this video. Find out how to breathe better now.





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