There are numerous health benefits of breathing through the nose.
Learn to breathe slow, light, soft and less. Breathing through the nose is highly underrated when it comes to promoting good health.
Breathing through the nose day and night helps maintain correct breathing volume as well as reducing allergies and illnesses, improving sleep, energy levels and aiding weight loss.
The most important molecule for health is produced in the nose.
Nitric oxide is produced in the nose known as the miracle molecule of life according to Dr. Louis Ignarro who is a medical research scientist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his breakthrough discovery of Ntric Oxide and how it positively impacts health and longevity.
How beneficial is it;
- It reduces inflammation
- Reduces blood pressure
- Helps prevent clotting
- Is a natural anti inflammatory which helps keep arteries healthy
- Protects your skin
- Improves blood flow
- Helps kill influenza virus
- It is a natural anti oxidant
Where blood goes health goes.
Breathing slow through your nose with a light exhale stimulates the vagus nerve and the autonomic nervous system. This in turn brings the body into the parasympathetic nervous system, slowing down the heart rate, lowers blood sugars and dampens the stress response helping you feel less anxious.
Breathing less, breathing light, breathing slow, using your diaphragm, helps you feel less anxious, less stressed, and promotes a feeling of calmness which will give you a restful nights sleep.
Remember how you breathe during the day is how your breathe at night.
Next Butekyo Breathing course starting Monday 12th of April @ 6pm for 4 weeks via zoom.
For more information contact Karen.