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Balance your mind and emotions with breathing

Alternate nostril breathing: Balance your mind and emotions

It is simple to do alternate nostril breathing and it has many benefits that we can all use in our daily lives. This technique is …

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Tai Chi and Qigong Studies and Benefits

Benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong

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What are Tai Chi & Qigong? Tai chi, also called t’ai chi ch’uan, is an ancient Chinese martial arts. It’s …

Breathing Exercise - Diaphragmatic Breathing

Diaphragmatic Breathing

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Diaphragmatic breath is also known as belly, deep and relaxed breathing, or abdominal breathing. It maximizes the use the main …

4-7-8 Breathing Exercise

What is the 4-7-8 Breathing Technique?

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The 4-7-8 breathing technique is easy once you understand it. However, you need to be careful to ensure you are …

Breathing Exercises for Children

Kids Breathing Exercises for Calm and Focus

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5 Kid friendly breathing exercises – To bring calm and focus to your child’s busy life Our family has a …

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Studies on Mental Health of College Students

Decline in Mental Health of College Students What to do about it?

The purpose of this study was to examine the effects on three interventions that could be used to improve mental health …

Low Body Oxygen Studies and Effects

8 HIV-AIDS Cause Studies: Low Body O2

Although the biological importance of oxidative stress on events involved in AIDS neuropathogenesis and the HIV-1 proteins responsible for oxidative stress remain to be elucidated, our results point to the activation of hypoxia-inducible factor 1 (HIF-1) upon HIV-1 infection and its elevation in brain cells of AIDS patients with dementia.

Breathing Studies related to AIDS

6 Studies Breathing Defeats HIV-AIDS

Low body-oxygen levels are known to suppress immunity, increase inflammation, and lead to opportunistic infection, as well as a medical fact. Therefore, it makes sense to assume that increasing body-oxygen levels will help reduce the HIV/AIDS virus-related effects.

Studies related to shortness of breath

11 Studies Shortness of breath and Diseases

The relationship between diseases and shortness of breath. Does one create the other and can you change your breathing and effect …

Shortness of breath and disease

19 Studies on the Bohr Effect

What is the Bohr effect? The Bohr effect is a way to explain the cell’s oxygen release. Red blood cells don’t …

CO2 and the Brain Breathing Studies

9 Studies- CO2 the Brain Stabilizer and Sedative

Sedative (adjective), means “having an uplifting or calming effect; reducing anxiety stress, excitement, or irritability”. The term sedative is a noun …

Intro to Different Breathing Techniques 

Techniques Summarized

Do you want to learn what different breathing techniques are all about? How to handle life’s stressors and hardships? Then you have come to the right place!

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