Regulation of breathing (TNW C)

Regulation of breathing (TNW C)The purpose of the regulation of breathing is to make it quiet, smooth and smooth. Only then you will be able to make it deep, thin, long and soft, which is necessary for the successful practice of qigong. Breathing is influenced by your emotions. For example, when you are angry, your exhalation becomes stronger breath. When you're upset, you breathe harder than exhale. When you are in a calm and relaxed state, your exhale and inhale approximately equal in strength. To be quiet, smooth and steady breathing, first of all, you need to calm down and make a neutral mind and emotions. Therefore, regulation of breathing, you must first adjust the mind. Equally important is the fact that you are breathing you can control your I. When your breath is homogeneous, you seem to be hypnotic And calming him. Obviously, breathing and interdependent and "cooperate" with each other. Deep and calm breathing relaxes you and gives clarity to the mind. Your lungs while getting enough air, which, in turn, provides a sufficient amount of oxygen to the brain and the whole body in General. In addition, a deep and full breath causes the diaphragm to move up and down, massaging and stimulating the internal organs. For this reason, exercises deep breathing is also called "exercises for the internal organs". Deep and full breath" does not mean that you should inhale deeply and exhale, it will cause the voltage of the lungs and surrounding muscles, which, in turn, will impede free circulation of air and oxygen. In conditions of lack of oxygen your mind becomes scattered, and his entire body tensed. With proper breath you inhale and exhale only 70-80% of the maximum volume of the lungs; your lungs should remain relaxed. You can conduct a simple experiment. Take a deep breath, to limit filling the lungs with air, and mark the time during which you will not be able to breathe. Then do the same breath about 70% of the maximum volume of the lungs. You will find that in the second case, you were able to hold out much longer, holding his breath, than in the first. This is because in the second case, the lungs and surrounding muscles are not tense and give the opportunity to relax your brain and the rest of the body, which significantly reduces the usage of oxygen. Thus, when controlling the breath, the main attention should be paid to the preservation of the lung in a relaxed and calm state..

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