Nose Breathing – Walking With Mouth Closed – Oxygen Advantage

Nose Breathing – Walking With Mouth Closed – Oxygen Advantage

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so now what I’d like you to do is to
start walking with your mouths closed just walking with your mouths closed so
you’re walking with your mouths closed so we’re gonna do one minute of walking
as you’re walking I would like you to start slowing down your breathing so I’d
like you to bring your attention out of the brats out of your mind onto your
breathing I’d like you to feel the slightly colder air as it comes into
your nose the slightly warmer air as it leaves your nose and I’d like you to
start softening your breaths as you breathe in that your tummy gently moves
out and as you breathe out your tummy gently moves in I want you to take
attention out of the mind onto your breathing not to hold your breath not to
freeze your breathing but just take your attention out of the mind onto your
breaths and to allow your breath to softn I want you to soften your bread to
the point that you feel air hunger I want you to soften your breath to the
point do you feel that you’re not getting enough air can you take your
attention out of the mind follow your breathing slow down your breathing use
your diaphragm and place your attention on your breaths it’s good for
concentration and it’s good for breathing retraining now what I would
like you to do is to block one nostril and walk a little bit faster so with one
nostril blocked you’re concentrating all of the airflow through one nostril this
one make it easier to feel your breathing
this will make it easier to follow your breathing as you feel the airflow coming
in out of one nostril gently slow down your breathing gently slow down your
breathing to the point that you feel AR hunger so the objective is that you’re
taking less air into your body than what you feel you need taking less air into
your body than what you feel you need so gently continue following your breath
feeling your breathing sensing your breaths so we do this for about one to
two minutes if your mind wanders off bring your attention back on to your
breathing so this is an exercise in concentration how long can you keep your
mind focused on your brats modern life is
causing a complete distraction distracted by mobile phones internet
technology emails Facebook training the brain to be distracted how do you train
the brain to be concentrated you follow your breathing the more you follow your
breathing you’re paying attention to something exclusively without
distraction for a period of time that trains the brain as your concentration
improves your focus improves as your focus improves your ability to enter the
zone improves so if the mind wanders off bring your attention back on to the
breath the more your mind wanders the more you should do meditation the more
your mind is agitated the more you should do meditation meditation is
simply focusing and following the breathing this is doing two things
you’re taking your attention out of the mind onto your breaths
but also you’re building up co2 in the blood carbon dioxide has a calming
effect on the brain carbon dioxide will open up blood vessels and carbon dioxide
will cause the right shift of the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve and
more oxygen gets released to the cells slow breathing soft breathing Karen
breathing gentle breathing and relaxed breathing so now I’d like you to let go
of your nose and to breed using both nostrils

2 thoughts on “Nose Breathing – Walking With Mouth Closed – Oxygen Advantage”

  1. I watched another video that this man (Patrick Mckeown) did the other day last week and I've started nose breathing. I must say in only just a few days I have noticed many positive changes. 🙂 Better sleep, more relaxed breathing, clearer thinking etc Thank you for sharing this video.

    Thumbs up!

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