Cross-section breathing exercises
Take a casual posture, supine, meditating, as appropriate.
Lie or stand your feet slightly apart, with your eyes lightly closed, with one hand on top and the other on top.
Cavaliers feel transverse fractures and movements of the abdominal muscles.
Then slowly with the nasal cavity, inhale and exhale every year, do not vibrate or stop.
Then increase the process of normal breathing. When exhaling, try to exhale as much as possible, then vomit several times, then intentionally make the abdominal muscles inward, and gently contract the lungs, exhaling the breath.
Then inhale and inhale, but you should not force it, and the abdomen will return to its original state.
When inhaling, you will notice that the abdominal wall and the lower part of the ribs are extended and the upper part is only slightly moved.
This breathing is an inspiratory action that transfers contraction and depression of the cross section.
Practice 3-5 times a day for 3-5 minutes.
Cross-section breathing method has three major effects on the body: Cross-section breathing method has three major effects on the body: The cross-section breathing method can superficially breathe the entire lungs and supply sufficient oxygen to the body.
Transverse duct breathing exhales exhaust gas, turbid gas, and carbon dioxide from the body.
Moving horizontally up and down, like a gentle massage, promotes blood circulation of the viscera and enhances its function.
Transverse breathing method is a very effective way to get a lot of fresh air with the least force.