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#3: Practice Wim Hof breathing

#3: Practice Wim Hof breathing

More oxygen equals more energy.

The Wim Hof breathing method:

For 10–30 seconds, inhale and exhale intensily and deeply without any pauses in between the breaths. It’s important to breathe through your belly instead of through your chest.

By following this breathing exercise, you flood your body with oxygen, which leads to feeling highly energized.

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