The article of the month of August – Breathe with Dr. Hertoghe

Did you know that your breathing could affect your energy levels? According to my estimates, 1 in 2 people does not breathe properly. This can be caused by muscle tension or emotional states and may cause a lot of fatigue. What are the solutions? Personally, I really appreciate the concept “Breather” that allows you to train your respiratory muscles. This tool is very easy to use and it improves the inspiratory and expiratory muscles, promotes diaphragmatic breathing, generates improved airflow through vocal folds, reduces shortness of breath, improves blood flow to resting and exercising limbs, improves respiratory support for safe swallow function, etc.

To optimize the effectiveness of exercises, it is essential to do them in a place where you feel good and that is the least polluted possible. The body should be relaxed and positioned in a comfortable way for the air to pass deep into the abdomen.

It’s time to learn how to breathe! With these exercises, you will have more energy, reduce anxiety and depression, improve your sleep, strengthen the ability to regulate your emotions

These exercises can only do you good! I challenge you to train your respiratory muscles for 5 to 10 minutes every day and send me a message in 2 weeks to tell me how you feel 🙂

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