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For most of us, when we

For most of us, when we are told to take a deep breath in, we expand our chest and draw the air into the upper part of our lungs. This is not the most efficient way to get oxygen into your body because it only partially expands the lungs. Over time, this can lead to neck or shoulder pain. So, what do we do? To maximise breath, we should strive to fill our lungs all the way down. Learning how to breathe properly helps us to soothe the autonomic nervous system. This technique is called diaphragmatic breathing. 13 © GroupM University - 2018

(Breath in and hold) Did your shoulders go up and your chest expand? 14 © GroupM University - 2018

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