Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Benefits Of Deep Breath

Take a deep breath is important for physical and emotional health. However, because the breathing tends to be a reflex causing activity breathe deeply often forgotten. Well it turns out, gain a deep breath and not just to ease the feelings of nervousness but there are many more. 

Practical deep breath at any given moment can provide other health benefits. Here is another benefit of a long, deep breath:

PSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS Of Deep Breath
1. Relieves Stress, Breathe deeply and long to help reduce stress when you are feeling depressed. Daily activities and our relationships with others sometimes can increase stress levels. This causes breathing becomes faster and blood pressure increases. In fact, these two conditions can be bad for health.

Taking a deep and long breath can be one of the best things to relieve stress, so that the mind re-focused and clear. Shallow breathing is often a sign of too much pressure. As a result, less oxygen reaches the brain and the muscles in the body.

This in turn will increase the physical strain. In organ when pulled with a long, deep breath, your body sends a signal to slow down the reaction in the brain, so there is a change in hormonal and other physiological factors. In this way the effect is to slow the heart rate and lowers high blood pressure during stress. because your brain is calm and relaxed. 

The brain then forwards the signal to the body, so you feel relaxed again. One way to keep your body relaxed is to concentrate on breathing. Breathing can be as relaxation techniques to manage stress and headaches. The key is to focus on relieving tension by breathing through the diaphragm, the stomach fills with air.

Breathe in may help reduce the severity and frequency of tension headaches associated with stress, slow heart rate, low blood pressure and reduce fatigue.

2. Reduce Anxiety Anxiety can be hazardous to health and cause some health problems and diseases. Deep breathing exercises can help clear any "blockages" in mind, so that helps you re-focus. That way you can reduce or eliminate your anxiety.

3. Helps Improve Physical and Mental Health Deep breathing can increase oxygen levels in the blood, improve health in a variety of ways to slow your heart rate, improves circulation, lowers blood pressure, and helps digestion, which in turn helps improve mental performance and energy. 

4. Reduced Sense of Nervous Nervousness is a common feeling experienced by everyone. Sometimes nerves can make a person difficult to speak, when it happens, deep breathing can be done to overcome them. Try to close my eyes and breathe deeply for a minute or two.

5. Lowering Anger Take a breath in when you start to feel emotions are heightened. When angry, the body will feel depressed, to breathe deeply can reduce the emotion and stress that arise.

PHYSIOLOGICAL BENEFITS Of Deep Breath
6. Improve Blood Circulation Breathe deeply and regularly can improve and fixing oxygen delivery to all organs of the body. Try to breathe deeply through your stomach to increase the supply of oxygen to the body's organs and helps the whole development of the system.

When emotions are high and the heartbeat was fast, take a deep breath. This method can be very effective in lowering your heart rate when you're under stress conditions. Take a deep breath right, do it three times. heart beat rate and blood pressure will decrease.

7. Assist Detoxification Deep breathing routine we can do detoxification organs. Because when we breathe deeply, can help remove toxins in the body, thus cleansing your body system.

8. Lowering tension / Blood Pressure Breathe in stimulating the emergence of a natural nitric oxide serves to make a person more calm. These substances will enter the lungs and even the brain centers, so that blood pressure in the high state may decline.

Heart patients who take short breaths as gusts of 12-14 per minute (six breath per minute is considered optimal) are more likely to have low oxygen levels, which can corrupt the skeletal muscle and metabolic function, causing muscle atrophy (decreased muscle mass). Routine inhale deeply been shown to lower blood pressure.

9. Helps Reduce Pain With a deep inhale, your body will release endorphins. It dates back to a substance that gives a sense of comfort and also a natural pain reliever. This hormone can also make the muscles become more relaxed. Tense muscles is a major cause of pain in the neck, back and stomach. Numerous studies show that deep breathing in providing benefits for people with asthma.

10. Relaxation Stomach Research has demonstrated to breathe deeply to relax the stomach and helps your stomach to move properly. So, if you are experiencing in your stomach  try to breathe deeply, especially when you are on the toilet.

11. Accelerate Weight Loss Although weight loss secret is speed up your metabolism to burn fat, but deep breathing exercises could be part of yoga that can help to lose weight. Breathing in making the body more easily obtain the oxygen needed for metabolic processes efficiently.

Proper breathing technique is crucial to effective aerobic exercise as well, so as to increase energy and make you feel more convenient to engage in more vigorous physical activity.

12. Improve lymphatic flow (Lymph Nodes) By helping develop lung full, deep breathing also increases the flow of lymphatic fluid that helps prevent infection. The lymphatic system works the same way for the circulatory system.

When the blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the body, lymph nodes can prevent the body from causing diseases such as bacterial, viral infections, foreign substances, dead white blood cells, toxins and other cellular waste.

Although lymph flow should be improved to eliminate metabolic waste from the body, but as the circulatory system lymphatic system also does not have its own pump. In contrast, the lymph fluid depending on the breathing mechanism to help move. So, good breathing will be able to increase lymphatic flow.

13. Improve Lung Function Chest breathing is short does not provide enough oxygen in the blood, which means that less oxygen is also available for the body's tissues and organs. This is because when people breathe fast and shallow, the lungs do not expand enough to allow maximum transfer of oxygen into the blood.

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