Breathing needs training and motivation.


Breathing is not a simple thing as we think it is: we do it automatically, but do we do it in the right way for every breath?

As breathing detoxifies and releases toxins, if you are not breathing effectively, you are not properly getting rid of the toxins in your body, forcing other muscles in your body to work more and the next thing you know you’re sick.

On the other side, breathing better will help you release tension. Think how your body feels when you are tense, angry, scared or stressed. It constricts. Your muscles get tight and your breathing becomes shallow. When your breathing is shallow you are not getting the amount of oxygen that your body needs. Breathing better will help you relax and feel less stressed.

The movements of the diaphragm during the deep breathing exercise massages the stomach, small intestine, liver and pancreas. The upper movement of the diaphragm also massages the heart. When you inhale air your diaphragm descends and your abdomen will expand. By this action you massage vital organs and improves circulation in them. Controlled breathing also strengthens and tones your abdominal muscles. This is probably why we call the diaphragm the 2nd heart of our body.

Breathing properly is not a solution to loose weight, but it will help you do it: if you are overweight, the extra oxygen burns up the excess fat more efficiently. If you are underweight, the extra oxygen feeds the starving tissues and glands.
Why not try our Online Breathing self-learning course? You could see great results and be surprised. 🙂