There are several forms of breathing: abdominal, thoracic and clavicular, adapting to situations, when all is well. However, it is now common because of stress and its action on the nervous system and brain that thoracic and clavicular breaths become preponderant because specific to stress, stress, anxiety or danger.
Breathe with the diaphragm
The diaphragm is a muscle that forms a dome above the organs of the abdomen and separates them from organs in the chest. In addition to this separating role, the diaphragm is the main motor of respiration.
Precisely for this reason, it is considered the primary muscle of breathing, but it is also fundamental for the well-being of any person for other reasons often ignored or simply underestimated, unfortunately many times even by the professionals of the sector.
Love : Social relations and health
Although much evidence has been accumulated in research over the past 20 years on the strong causal associations between social relationships and health and longevity, significant gaps remain in our understanding of the mechanisms, timing and duration of these associations. This study integrates perspectives and social and biological disciplinary research to examine how social relationships “get into the skin” affect physiological well-being as individuals age…