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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Stress Buster


Alberto says: Well  forks, the simplest of all stress-reduction techniques is deep breathing. Concentrate on your breathing several times in a day.

 This could be done anywhere, anytime—while traveling, stopping at traffic lights, while the telephone is ringing, or while waiting in a queue.

Take a deep breathe right from the pit of your stomach. Inhale through your nose. Feel the energy coming in and revitalizing your body.

Breathe out through your mouth, making a quiet, relaxing, whooshing sound like the wind as you gently blowout. Continue to take long, slow, deep breaths which raise and lower your abdomen.
Focus on the sound and feeling of breathing as you become more and more relaxed. Continue deep breathing for about 5 to 10 minutes at a time, once or twice a day, for a couple of weeks. And so, extend this period to 20 minutes.

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