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Breathing Techniques to Help Reduce Stress

Breathing Techniques to Help Reduce Stress

Stress is here to stay.  Always was, always will be. But that’s not the real issue. This is: how to manage stress to help maintain your composure, sound thinking, and rational behavior.

Is stress eating away at you and you can’t seem to get it under control? In that case, read on to learn how certain breathing techniques can make a world of difference.  

Belly Breathing 

Belly breathing is a great way to release anger and dispel upsetting thoughts; it’s also useful for pain relief and general relaxation.

  • Place your right hand over the center of your chest, your left hand over the center of your stomach, and take in a slow deep breath. If the hand on your stomach rises higher than the other, you have successfully drawn that breath deep into your lungs.
  • Exhale through your mouth, letting the breath out slowly and completely. When you feel that your lungs are nearly empty, pull your stomach in a little to squeeze out the last bit of air.
  • Repeat the above steps four times for a refreshing abdominal breathing exercise.

Once you’re comfortable with this breathing technique, you can stop using your hands.

Counting Breaths

Counting breaths is a simple technique that occupies your mind while you count each breath you exhale. After a while, and by maintaining your focus, you should notice a gradual easing of tension.

  • Take a few deep breaths and let tension drain away from your shoulders; concentrate on breathing steadily, slowly, and quietly.
  • Repeat the step above four times.
  • Start a new cycle of five and keep going until you’re more at peace with the world.  

The Calming Breath

Take a deep breath and hold it for the count of four, then release slowly through slightly pursed lips for the count of eight.  The calming breath also helps when you feel angry or irritated.  It can quickly help calm you down and gain a sense of clarity and control.

You know what else can work wonders for calming your nerves before and after each busy day?  Having heating and cooling systems that work up to their full potential. When you’re comfortable, you feel better – especially when you arrive home after a particularly stressful day.

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Breathing Techniques to Help Reduce Stress