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Do you know what's behind your breathing? Did you know laughing might help? Discover all the ways you can improve your health by learning how to breathe smarter.
Breathing is your body’s motor. The body needs energy to function and it draws a large part of it from the oxygen you breathe.
When you breathe air into your lungs, your diaphragm contracts to make room for your chest, which inflates to give the air as much room as possible. When you exhale, all your muscles relax and your chest lowers.
When air reaches your lungs, the blood there is carrying large amounts of carbon dioxide that your body must eliminate. The oxygen-laden air that enters your lungs through your windpipe goes to your bronchial tubes, and then travels to your lung alveoli. This is where the exchange happens—between the oxygen-rich air you breathe in and CO2 that is then expelled from your body as you breathe out.
Breathing is vital and is automatically controlled by your brain. Most of the time, we do not think about our breathing, so controlling it requires concentration.
Even if we don’t necessarily control our breathing, we can make it as efficient as possible. Good breathing ensures that your muscles and organs are supplied with enough oxygen to function optimally. By being attentive to your breathing, you will be able to relax more easily, fight stress and anxiety, aid digestion, and even fill up with energy by stimulating your blood circulation and supplying it with greater quantities of oxygen. Give the following a try to enhance your blood oxygen levels:
You’ve understood that breathing is essential for a long and healthy life. Here’s how to take the right steps to keep your lungs healthy: