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The only autonomic nerve that can be controlled

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Do you know autonomic nerves?


The autonomic nervous system consists of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.

Its function is to move the heart, move the stomach and intestines, control blood pressure, regulate blood sugar, and most other things related to the body.


And it is done subconsciously, not consciously.


Conversely, no matter how intensely you meditate, you cannot consciously move your stomach, control your heartbeat, or raise or lower your blood pressure.


The autonomic nervous system works on its own.

But wouldn’t it be nice if we could consciously control the autonomic nervous system?


People with high blood pressure go to the hospital and are prescribed antihypertensive drugs.

People with poor gastrointestinal function are prescribed stomach medicines and antiflatulents, those with headaches are prescribed headache medicines, and those with palpitations and anxiety are prescribed stabilizers.


But if you can control your autonomic nerves, you won’t have to take these drugs.



“If you can control your autonomic nerves, you don’t need doctors or hospitals!”

you may say.


But it’s the only thing you can control.


And what would you do if you could control many symptoms by consciously controlling it?


“If it’s possible, I definitely want to control it!”

should say.


The only autonomic nerve that can be controlled, that




“Are you breathing with your autonomic nervous system?”

You will wonder.


Because you can breathe consciously.


However, breathing does not stop even when unconscious.

Whether you’re focused on work, gaming, or sleeping, you can breathe.


This action depends on the action of the autonomic nervous system.

Breathing is something you can consciously control.


“What’s the point of being able to control your breathing?”

You may think, but it’s very important to be conscious of breathing.


It is not well known, but respiration consists of sympathetic nerves and parasympathetic nerves.


The sympathetic nervous system dominates when you inhale, and the parasympathetic nervous system dominates when you exhale.


For example, when you want to improve your body’s functions in a game, consciously strengthen your inhalation to increase your sympathetic nerves.


Conversely, when you are too nervous to concentrate, consciously strengthen your exhaled breath to increase the parasympathetic nervous system.




are you breathing




No one would say that.


Well, yes, but what if they asked you if you were breathing properly?


“Maybe I’m not breathing as much at work.”

I don’t think there are many people who say.


That’s all I don’t increase my sympathetic nerves and parasympathetic nerves.


We recommend that you practice a breathing method in which you inhale through your nose about 5 to 10 times an hour, purse your mouth, and exhale slowly and slowly.


When I’m at work, my sympathetic nerves are more or less active.

By lengthening the exhalation breath, the parasympathetic nerve becomes dominant and the balance of the autonomic nerve improves.


This slows the heart rate and lowers blood pressure.

If you have a sphygmomanometer at home, please measure it before and after doing this breathing method.


When the autonomic nerves are adjusted by this breathing method, autonomic imbalance such as gastrointestinal upset and palpitations caused by sympathetic nervous system will eventually calm down.


By all means, please try to work on it in your usual life.


院長 宮島信広