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No one will argue that stress negatively affects the quality of life of any person. However, according to experts, this problem can be dealt with at home and at any moment.
Breathing is one of the most basic functions of the human body. This function is so automatic that we don’t even think about it or pay any attention, writes BGR.
But as experts note, breathing can also have extremely beneficial effects, including the ability to stop stress before how he will cause you to panic.
Stanford University neuroscientist Andrew Huberman shares how effective breathing can stop stress. The trick, he says, is to complete the “psychic breath”.
This breathing technique is not difficult to perform and uses a very simple part of the anatomy of the human body. When you inhale, your diaphragm and muscles cause your chest to expand. During this process, the heart also expands, and when you exhale, everything contracts. Using the breath to control the expansion and contraction sequence can easily help stop stress.
When your blood slows down like this, neurons take notice. It's also worth noting that when your inhales are longer than your exhales, you are causing your heart to speed up. However, when you exhale longer, the opposite happens.
You can use this trick to relieve stress by taking two quick breaths through your nose and then exhaling deeply through your mouth. This “physiological breath” basically causes your heart to slow down, helping to relieve stress panic, which can be very helpful when things start to get out of control.
If you're trying to stop stress, doing a cycle breathing one to three times can help reduce panic levels. There are other breathing techniques that work in a similar way. Their main idea is to exhale longer than inhale, causing the heart and chest to contract and slow down the rate of blood flow.