Do you sometimes breathe through your mouth as you go about your daily activities? Do you breathe through your mouth while you sleep? Do you snore? On today’s episode we’re going to explore some of the amazing things that we’ve learned about one of the most basic functions of our body, our breathing!
In this episode you will discover:
- Why nasal breathing will improve your emotional state.
- 3 things that have contributed to our mouth-breathing crisis.
- 4 simple techniques to improve your breathing..
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