Have you ever heard the expression “breath in, breath out, move on?”
This expression has gone viral on social media, especially among practitioners of yoga and meditation.
It exalts the power that breathing has over our emotions, especially anxiety.
The tranquility has never been as desired as of today, right?
Did you know that a resting adult breathes an average of 16 times per minute, which is 23,000 times a day?
So, at 30 years old, you already breathed in and out approximately 250 million times.
With these impressive numbers, one could assume that we are experts at breathing.
But, could we learn something new about this basic instinct? The answer is: yes, no doubts.
Recent research shows that fast breathing, superficial and non-focused, can contribute to many issues, including anxiety, depression, and high blood pressure.
So, in today's video, you will learn the Sama Vritti technique. This technique is known as equal, symmetrical, or square breathing. It repeats a respiratory cycle composed of inspiration, exhalation, and retentions with regular durations.
By doing it, stress and anxiety give way to calm and wellness. The focus of this exercise is to match the time of each part of the sequences.
See how you feel after that, then share the experience with us. You will feel so much better!
0:00 How Your Breath Affects Your Nervous System
1:24 What is the Sama Vritti Technique (Square Breathing)
1:48 How to do the Sama Vritti Technique
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