23 Jan Why you should be Nose Breathing
To start here are some symptoms of chronic mouth breathing:
1. Often out of breath and fatigued
2. Increased anxiety
3. Prone to asthma and exercise induced asthma
4. Dry mouth in the morning
5. Getting sick easily
6. Sinus issues, stuffy nose
7. Frequent coughing or throat clearing
8. Feeling of oxygen hunger (not getting enough air)
- When you switch to nose breathing this is what you can expect:
1. Improved Oxygen supply
- 2. Improved Lung Capacity and diaphragm movement
3. Faster exercise recovery
- 4. Improved oxygen uptake to muscles, brain,and heart
5. Calmer mental state
- 6. Increased utilization of Nitric Oxide in the nasal passages
- 7. Improved Memory and Sense of Smell
- 8. Improved recovery from colds and flus
If you are struggling with getting an easy calm breath, please give me a call.
I can help.
I am Certified as a Buteyko Method Instructor
The topic of breathing has always been a passion of mine.
I frequently teach Breathing Classes online. See my schedule HERE
I have taught clients privately as well as in a workshop setting to help folks get a handle on breathing problems.