Usually, breathing isn’t something people think about and as automatic as breathing is, many could benefit from paying more attention to it, said doctor and asthma and allergy specialist, Payel Gupta.
Various forms of deep breathing have been linked to cardiovascular benefits, like increased blood flow and improved blood pressure. Taking deep breaths can help with managing stress and improve cognitive function, specialists with the American Lung Association said.
Experts with the ALA have released some simple deep breathing exercises that can be done at any time.
1st. Pursed Lip Breathing:
This exercise requires to breathe in through the nose, and exhale for at least twice as long through pursed lips.
According to specialists this exercise help slow down breathing, get additional air out of the lungs and makes physical activity easier.