Have you ever felt your chest tighten when you were anxious?
Did it feel like your rib cage was being sucked in, preventing you from breathing?
When this happens, have you ever felt that when you take a deep breath, how this breath is good for you and that the air you fill in your chest clears all the congestion? Even a random deep breath can be so good for us, so why not give breathing techniques a chance? Then meet the nostril breathing technique!
When you breathe with this technique with a real focus, you will see that you are calm and relaxed, and all traces of your fears, worries, and troubles are erased from your body.
Other benefits of this breathing technique:
- Balances the parasympathetic nervous system.
- It is effective in respiratory diseases such as asthma, allergies, and bronchitis.
- It gives vitality.
- It increases concentration.
- It strengthens the decision-making ability.
- It increases creativity.
- It helps to solve sleep problems. (21 rounds per day)
- It helps to relieve the difficulties of menopause. (21 games per day)
How is it done?
- If you can focus better, close your eyes.
- Leave your left hand in a comfortable position.
- Take the index and middle fingers of your right hand into the palm of your hand.
- Put your right ring finger and thumb on either side of your nostrils.
- Exhale through the left nostril, closing the right nostril. Then inhale through the same nostril (left), near the left nostril, open the right nostril, and exhale from the left. Inhale again to the left. Continue like this…
It may not sound effortless when you read it, but once you try it, you will understand that it is straightforward. Especially when you are stressed, we recommend that you do it before you go to that meeting, before you go to that presentation, in short, before all those events where you will feel that the tension in your body will increase.