In fact, a certain level of carbon dioxide is also important for our body to function properly. Again, disturbed levels can lead to a variety of health issues.
Wrong breathing can make us feel stressed, anxious, drained and can even affect our sleep pattern.
We need to relearn how to engage the diaphragm and breathe correctly.
If you observe the breathing of a sleeping, young child you will notice how the abdomen is rising and falling. This action shows the use of the diaphragm during breathing.
Another sign of dysfunctional breathing is mouth breathing. As a result you are left with a dry mouth plus changing from a healthy pH value to an acidic unhealthy environment encourages teeth and gum diseases.
Keep those lips together and avoid mouth breathing!
Make nose breathing your missing!
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