What is improper breathing?
Most often, we breathe using the upper part of the lungs, especially in the absence of physical activity. In this case, only the small upper part of the lungs is filled and there is a constant lack of oxygen.
The consequences of improper breathing can be:
• psychological problems,
• emotional problems,
• intellectual problems.
How to breathe?
Types of breathing:
• clavicular (collar bone) breathing - shallow breathing;
• chest breathing - requires a lot of energy;
• abdominal breathing - diaphragm breathing - deep and effective breathing;
• complete yoga breathing involves all three levels above, so it is the most effective.