We’re constantly breathing, but what happens when we lock into some kind of pattern and consciously think about our pace of breath? For some people it’s kind of disturbing to be too self conscious of bodily processes like this: thinking about how fast you’re breathing might become an obsessive type of thing.
But if one can not think about it too much, and just generally strive to take deeper breaths and promote activities in their life that improve their breathing, this might be a good thing to look into.
One genre of “breathwork” as some call it is known as Holotropic Breathing, as reported by this article. Wim Hof, someone known as the Iceman helped popularize it.
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