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Breathing in through the nose promotes awareness

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Breathing is an essential part of our lives, yet most of us still don’t know how to do it properly. Breathing is the process of oxygen entering our lungs and cells, and carbon dioxide leave. Stress, anxiety, and other factors can cause us to breathe improperly, which can lead to a host of health problems.
But there’s a simple way to breathe that can help us reverse many of these negative effects. Breathing in through the nose promotes awareness.

A deeper breathing pattern is more oxygen-rich, and it also helps you to relax.
But I didn’t like the sound of my nasal breathing. I tried to breathe deeply through my nose. It turns out that nasal breathing is a lot more comfortable.
I also found that it helps me to become more aware of my surroundings.

Breathing is something we all do, but not something we think about much.
In our modern world, we spend a lot of time in polluted environments, often with bad air quality. But you don’t need to live in a polluted place to suffer from bad air quality. Even when we’re inside, we often spend time in stuffy rooms with limited airflow and poor ventilation. It’s time to put breathing into its rightful place in our lives and make it a daily activity worth reflecting on.
We can take advantage of the nose’s ability to clean and humidify the air and increase the oxygen content of our air.

Awareness is a word we often associate with the mind. If we are aware that we are in a stressful situation, we may be able to step away from the stress and come up with a solution. But awareness is also a feeling that is rooted in the body. With every in-breath, your lungs expand, and your rib cage expands.
This expansion is a form of awareness. When your lungs are full and your ribs are open, you are in tune with your body. The expansion also means that when you exhale, the air coming out of your lungs will be warmer and moist.
The air coming into your lungs will be colder, but the cold air coming in.

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