A classic sign of stress is rapid shallow breathing. That's why its opposite — deep slow breathing allows you to calm down. It helps you to stop the stress response, or at least control it. This type of breathing changes in body balance carbon dioxide and oxygen in favor of energizing oxygen. Remember that carbon dioxide is a waste product of our cells and systems need a continuous supply of fresh oxygen to live and to function effectively. Oxygen is vital to the body; this is important nutrient. Without it we will die in a few minutes. The usefulness of the brain, nerves, glands and internal organs depends on oxygen. Any lack of oxygen affects the entire body, both inside and outside and also our skin.
Breathing not only supplies the body with life-sustaining oxygen. Slow controlled breathing is the basis of many Eastern practices that return the body to a more balanced state. It is this breath relieves all signs of stress. And if you have ever practiced yoga or Tai Chi, you know how a person feels at the end of class. You feel the relaxation, the flow of energy. You are very far from thinking about arguments or stressful situations. The world seems very harmonious.
When you focus on your breathing, you don't think about anything else (if neither of head nor of always late nanny). This change of the direction of thoughts helps to remove from your mind the provocateurs of stress to move you to a deeper level of consciousness, and you have the opportunity to see things in perspective.
And let's not forget that oxygen is necessary for the formation of the molecule ATP (adenosine triphosphate) important energy molecule of the body. But the skin cells also need large amounts of energy because they are very dynamic and perform different actions during the day to maintain our health.
It is worth mentioning the lymphatic system, which also benefits from deep breathing. Lymph is a clear fluid filled with immune cells that moves throughout the body via a system of vessels. It delivers nutrients and carries away products of decomposition, while helping to destroy pathogenic cells, including those that contribute to the ill health of the skin. The deeper we breathe, the more work the lymphatic system. The heart serves as a pump for the circulatory system and the lymphatic system of such "built-in" pump has. Therefore, in order to move the body, she can only rely on our breath and physical activity. That physical exercise stimulates the movement of lymph, has long been known, but the role of breathing in this process was not recognized until scientists have not yet managed to photograph the lymphatic system. It turned out that breathing causes the lymph to move through lymphatic vessels.
However, it is nice to know that something as simple (and free) — the breath — can be a powerful tool in the fight for beauty and health.
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