Breathing Exercises

Some people who have recovered from COVID-19 say this technique helped their lungs when they were sick. Here's what experts think.
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In the hyper-active, turbo-charged, fast-paced world that we live in today, time just simply seems to fly by. Not only are we trying to keep up with work, busy careers and all that's happening in our personal and social lives, but more than anything we're also trying to just simply keep up with ourselves.
You can take back the moment with a single, but special, exhale.
If you get anxious or stressed easily, the breathing exercise outlined above may be difficult at first. You're likely not used to taking slow, deep breaths and pausing in between breaths.
Doing something physical on a regular basis will increase your lung capacity, increase your sensations, and generally increase your emotional competence, especially if you pair it correctly with breath work.