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The practice itself, which gets its name because there are four equal parts to it, is super simple.
It works on the principle that slowing down your breathing helps you to relax, increases your oxygen intake, releases tension, and stimulates the vagus nerve, which is the longest ne...
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Use deep breathing exercises to relax your body:
Find a place where you can sit comfortably with a straight spine. Take a steady breath in through both nostrils.
Inhale until you reach your lung capacity; maintain a tall spine. Hold your breath for a second, then constrict some of the breath at the back of your throat, as if you were abo...
Try "box breathing". The technique, outlined below, is popular among Navy SEALs and only takes five minutes:
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