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Re: Deep .. Breathes. [Re: Carl] #337599
11/14/08 01:50 AM
11/14/08 01:50 AM
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That's great your b/f was able to help you out and will continue to help out. It's a definite plus if you have that extra hand to just give you a break even if its not every nite. But since he sees you being stressed and wants to give that "me time" to you...take it and do what you need to do!


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Re: Deep .. Breathes. [Re: 428pm] #424699
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I was just thinking about deep breathing and found this thread on the topic. I absolutely agree that deep breathing can be quite helpful for every day health, and even more helpful in stressful situations.

I am striving to do my best to sit up and do long, deep breaths more often, especially if I feel my shoulders tighten up. It's wonderfully relaxing!

A yoga technique us to block one nostril with a finger, and breathe in slowly. Hold, then breath out. Now unblock that one and block the other nostril. Do the same thing. After a few rounds I feel much more relaxed.

It would seem that breathing should be so easy - but it's so easy to fall into shallow stress breathing.


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