The benefits of deep breathing

At job. The next time you're not able to remember what was said at the last meeting, blame it on your breathing. A study published in the Journal of Neuroscience states that we remember objects and situations better if we expose them by breathing through the nose and not through the mouth.

When doing exercise. Proper breathing you helps to achieve performance that you are looking for and prevents the dreaded laces and the flat. Running inspire through the nose and expel the air through the mouth, although if your training includes sprints you can take the air by mouth in small doses. When doing sit-ups or weights, never inspire in the effort, that is the time to slowly release air.

The stress meter

The air you exhale contains substances that They indicate how stressed you feel. This is stated by research published in the Journal of Breath Research, which reveals that there are six molecular markers in the breath that allow us to measure the levels of stress we are subjected to just then.