How To Reduce Stress and Anxiety By Changing The Way You Breathe: Patrick McKeown | Bitesize

Patrick McKeown believes breathing correctly – through your nose, lightly, and slowly – is the secret to better health and lower stress levels.

He believes that ‘taking a deep breath’ when you’re stressed is of no real benefit.

Patrick takes us through his breathing tips for reducing stress and anxiety. He also delves into the science behind the way we breathe and how this affects our stress levels.

The way we breathe is the way we live, and by changing the way we breathe we can change our lives for the better.

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Here are some breathing exercises I recorded with Patrick:
How to Measure Your Bolt Score with Patrick McKeown –
The 3 Pillars of Breathing with Patrick McKeown –
What Does a Deep Breath Really Mean?
Why You Should Tape Your Mouth Up For Optimal Sleep

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