There is an old proverb “Health is Wealth”. It must be noted that the way one breathes is directly proportional to the way one would feel relaxed within themselves. The body and mind are the two major components of every human being and they tend to work in sync, affecting our mental; and physical health.
The way we breathe affects our mental health
Do you take a note of how you would feel after you have taken one long deep breath? It must be carefully noticed and one can also notice how unconsciously his/her mind, body feels completely energized with breathing exercises. If one ponders about the way deep breathing exercises would contribute to your body’s over all refreshes then one might not fancy buying all the powdered drinks which gives us stunning promises that just a milligram of the powder would refresher us. Let us admit our body is so modeled that its main function is to elegantly maintain the stress factor in our daily activities. However not all days’ activities are the same. When the office work starts the whole regime of work load piles up on one and in no time their body is just forced to go through the extra mile with little or no energy imbibed within the body. Now why must you continue every day’s work with stress? Take a break and do simple deep breathing exercises.
How to breathe…correctly
Just stretch yourselves well in your office room and do 5 min of deep breathing exercises. Close your eyes and take short breaths of air internally. Later you can just hold on the breath for a maximum of 10 to 12 seconds and exhale the breath. While inhaling, use your left side nostril and while exhaling do use the right side nostril. Just do this for 20 times and you can instantly notice remarkable effects within your body? These sort of breathing exercises have been proven to effectively control one’s sleep. Yes breathing exercises to sleep better remains unchallenged to this day. So after your full day’s works try these exercises which help you to enjoy a good sleep. The key is to just experiment it once in your crisis moment. The results will encourage you to follow these exercises systematically.