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6. Practice deep breathing

6. Practice deep breathing

Try deep breathing since it has a naturally therapeutic and reviving effect on your mind and nullifies negative energy.

Close your eyes and feel as if you are in a fantastic world; then practice deep inhalation through your nose solely, pausing for 2 seconds.

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