A simple breathing exercise can literally save your life, and retrain you to face stressful situations like a seasoned, meditating monk instead of a raging lunatic.
New research shows that breath practices are a potential non-pharmacological treatment to help with ADHD and other attention-compromised conditions.
In a new study, neuroscientists identify exactly how breathing changes the brain and that it helps us access brain areas that are typically inaccessible.
When equipped with an understanding of how the body manages the emotional system, we can easily outsmart it into emotional balance and controlling fear.
Practicing yoga breathing raises your attention to the purpose and mechanics of the breath. Such awareness can greatly improve balance in mind, body and spirit.
Proper breathing is one of the body’s fundamental functions that leads to better health, yet most of us give it very little of our attention.