This breathing exercise acts like a natural tranquilizer for your body and mind. It’s beneficial for anxiety, feeling triggered, needing to calm down, or to get to sleep.
This one gains in power with repetition and practice. Try doing it 1-2 times a day for a week, and start with four breaths for the first few weeks. After a few weeks you can extend it to six or eight breaths. (Note: feeling a little
lightheaded the first few times you do this practice is not abnormal.)
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