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One straightforward technique is to simply pay attention to your breath`s natural rhythm, without attempting to alter it.
Includes bunny breathing, bumble bee breathing, lion breathing, bear breathing, crocodile breathing.
The process involves inhaling for four counts, holding the breath for seven counts, and exhaling for eight counts.
Inhaling for four counts, holding the breath for four counts, exhaling for four counts, and holding the breath again for four counts.
Slow breathing is a technique that involves taking slow, deep breaths in through the nose and out through the mouth.
Diaphragmatic breathing, also known as belly breathing, is a technique that focuses on breathing from the bottom of the ribcage.
Alternate Nostril Breathing
Alternate Nostril Breathing is a type of pranayama breathing technique that involves breathing through each nostril alternatively.
Take a deep breath in through your nose and exhaling with an audible humming sound.
Roll your tongue backward touching the inner edge of the upper palate., breathe in and exhale through your nose.
Roll your tongue in a straw-like motion, exhale through your nose after holding the inhalation for a few seconds.
Ujjayi/ Ocean’s Breath
Inhale through your mouth, pull in your chin touching your chest, exhale while releasing the chin up; repeat at least 5-10 times.