Delving Into Breath Modulation

Benefits Of Breath Modulation

Lower Blood Pressure
While increasing physical activity, maintaining balanced weight, and consuming a diet high in fruit and veggies and light on the salt are crucial ways to lower blood pressure naturally, taking time to breathe slowly and consciously is likewise being shown to have a significantly positive effect.


Research at the National Institutes of Health advises that breathing slowly for a few minutes a day is enough to help individuals lower blood pressure naturally without pills or supplements. In fact, scientists believe that how we breathe might hold a key to how the body regulates blood pressure.


Break Down Salt
Researchers claim that in addition to deep relaxation, breathing slowly breaks down the salt that we consume.
If you sit there under-breathing all day (as most individuals do) and you have a high salt intake, your kidneys might be less effective at getting rid of that salt than if you're out hiking in the woods.


Individuals that have high blood pressure have an increased risk of heart attacks, strokes, kidney damage, blindness and dementia. It's often called the silent killer, because patients might notice no symptoms till it already has done serious damage.


Better Circulation with Slow Breathing
Many individuals have cold hands and cold feet, even in the summer. This condition is uncomfortable, is a sign of bad circulation. Circulation is what nourishes our organs and our bodies with oxygen and nutrients. It's absolutely necessary for optimum health. It may be completely restored by slow breathing!


Poor circulation is related to hypertension and will lower the body's immunity. When the body can’t pump blood through the arteries, the pressure builds. When blood doesn't flow well, white blood cells can’t go where they're needed to defend the body against invaders. The white blood cells are core to the immune system, and they defend against viruses, cancer cells, infections, and additional illnesses.

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