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How The 'Lost Art' Of Breathing Can Impact Sleep And Resilience

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Breathing slowly and deeply through the nose is associated with a relaxation response, says James Nestor, author of <em>Breath</em>.<em> </em>As the diaphragm lowers, you're allowing more air into your lungs and your body switches to a more relaxed state. ( Sebastian Laulitzki/ Science Photo Library)
Breathing slowly and deeply through the nose is associated with a relaxation response, says James Nestor, author of Breath. As the diaphragm lowers, you're allowing more air into your lungs and your body switches to a more relaxed state. ( Sebastian Laulitzki/ Science Photo Library)

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