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are you breathing
“If you don’t breathe, you will die!”
Well that’s right.
To breathe is the same as to be alive.
Whether you’re dead or not means you’re breathing.
Change the way you listen.
“Are you breathing properly?”
“I don’t feel confident when people ask me if I’m breathing properly.”
“Sometimes when I’m at work, I wonder if I’m holding my breath.”
If you say that, you are not living well.
“What are you talking about?”
It seems to be said, but if being alive means that you are breathing, then if you say that you are not breathing very well, then isn’t it that you are not living very well? ?
That’s how important it is to say that you are conscious of your breathing in your life.
“Certainly, I rarely notice my breathing in a day.”
I think I’ll say
If you are a little conscious
“Sometimes I take a deep breath during my lunch break.”
Some people may say that, but I think most people leave breathing to the autonomic nerves.
Breathing can be done automatically without conscious awareness.
This is because breathing is controlled by the autonomic nervous system.
It is the work of the autonomic nervous system that makes you feel pain and increase your breathing rate on your own when you run or something, apart from your consciousness.
It is also the work of the autonomic nervous system that the breathing rate calms down on its own when you are meditating.
Breathing is controlled by the autonomic nervous system.
“Can we consciously change our breathing?”
That is right.
Breathing is normally controlled automatically by the work of the autonomic nervous system, but you can control it when you are conscious.
In other words, breathing is the only autonomic nerve that can be consciously controlled.
When you are doing desk work, when you forget to breathe and are immersed in your work, if your breathing is shallow, the function of the autonomic nervous system is also weakened.
If there were many hours in a day, my sympathetic nerves and parasympathetic nerves would not rise when I finished work.
“I’m tired all day today…”
So what should we do?
to breathe consciously
As mentioned earlier, breathing is the only autonomic nerve that can be controlled.
The heartbeat cannot be consciously controlled.
You cannot consciously increase your bowel activity.
But you can consciously control how you breathe.
There is nothing better than this.
Specifically, “sympathetic nerves when inhaling” and “parasympathetic nerves when exhaling” become active.
Lengthen your exhalations during stressful work.
For exams, competitions, etc., when you need to get excited, take longer breaths and shorter breaths.
By doing so, your autonomic nerves will be controlled and lead to the desired results.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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