Nose breating is best

Breating through the nose have several postive effects on your body:

  • nose filters the air to prepare for you lung
  • it heats or cools the air
  • it filters the air from different suspended matter

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Every Minute you should breath 5.5 in and out breaths.

Do this for 10 minutes a day and it will affect your health a lot! 

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Alternate Nostril breathing

lowers heart rate, blood pressure, and symphathetic nervous system.

  • place thumb over right nostril, ring finger on left nostril, and middle finger between the eyebrows.
  • close the right nostril with thumb and inhale on left nostril very slowly.
  • at top of the breath pase briefly, nostril closed, lift thumb to exhale on right nostril.
  • after exhale close the nostril for a moment, then inhale through the right.
  • continue for 5 to 10 cycles.

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Breathing: The First Act Of Life

Breathing is the first basic act of life and we take about 670 million breaths in a lifetime.

Breathing is so natural to us that very few scientists have studied it in detail. Breathing is thought of as just a binary activity crucial to our lives, but the way we breathe matters a lot.

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How one hour of slow breathing changed my life

theguardian.com

It might seem as taken from the pages of a fairytale, but flying dragons have once existed, scientists claim. They also state that birds descend from these. The size of one of the largest flying animals, a pterosaur, is thought to be similar to a modern tiger. Pretty amazing, isn't it?

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Could Dragons Really Fly and Breath Fire? Here's the Science

thoughtco.com