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“It’s hard to breathe and it hurts.”
Many people say that.
can you breathe easily?
“I don’t breathe much when I’m doing desk work.”
“I get short of breath when I sit for a long time.”
Why do you have shortness of breath?
“I feel like my ribs are getting stiffer.”
The part of the breast including the ribs is called the ribcage.
The stiffness of the ribcage also leads to shortness of breath.
So, if you can stretch or massage and the shortness of breath improves a lot, you can say that the cause of your shortness of breath is that your ribcage is stiff.
However, most people who come to our clinic do just that.
But he says he still has trouble breathing.
Then, what is the cause of shortness of breath that does not go away even after stretching and massage?
Due to hardening of the diaphragm
“Those muscles you use for abdominal breathing?”
Diaphragm used for abdominal breathing.
“But it’s not like I usually do belly breathing.”
you may say.
What many people don’t know is that the breathing you do naturally without even being aware of it is 100% belly breathing.
Belly breathing is normal, especially when sleeping.
However, when the diaphragm becomes stiff and difficult to move, you will begin to take thoracic breaths, which you do not use very often, and as a result, the muscles of the ribcage will become exhausted and stiff.
It is the diaphragm that causes the ribcage to harden.
Why is the diaphragm stiff?
Because my spine is stiff.
In particular, the diaphragm is stiff because the spine at the joint of the back and waist is distorted and stiff.
This is because the diaphragm is attached to the inside of this bone.
So why is this spine distorted and stiff?
This is due to poor sitting posture.
Many people who complain of shortness of breath are sitting at a desk or at home.
Transportation and construction workers do not visit our clinic.
By continuing to sit, your spine is becoming more and more crooked and worse.
So how do we improve shortness of breath?
All you have to do is improve your posture.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).
“Is it okay if I don’t puff out my chest?”
Yes, please don’t push yourself.
Pushing your chest out can make things worse.
Even if you practice this for a few days, your shortness of breath will improve.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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