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How Slow Breathing Induces Tranquility

slow breathingHere at Backs Etc, we are obsessed with abdominal breathing as it is the basis of core stability. If you cannot build intra-abdominal pressure using diaphragmatic breathing, it will lead to an over-reliance on neck or back muscles that become painful and susceptible to injury. But there are other benefits too. As this article outlines, slow deep breathing is very calming to the nervous system, helping you to relax, something that is very important in today’s fast-paced world.

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