I would like some advice on the best type of breathing?
I've been considering changeing my breathing, but am reluctant to
change from the breathing I'm currently using to a new untried
breathing. But, my old breathing is becoming worn out, so I think a
new breathing may be in order. I plan to keep my old breathing as a
backup. Any help will be appreciated.
At the risk of being a joke-killing literalist, heavy deep breathing is a
must for good pulmonary health.
Jogging is one way to achieve this, or any heavy-duty aerobics. Walking
generally does not cut it, nor does the panoply of bullshit on TV -- ab
bullshit, pilates bullshit, rubber band bullshit.
But back to the joke:
You need a solid-state breathing activator. With monthly online
downloadable updates. For a fee, of course.
Stop breathing for 30 minutes, this will reset your breathing control
center and wipe out any saved data.
Once everything is reset you should be able to adapt the new breathing
method with out any complications.
Note this is just theory and has not been tested.
Breathe In Breathe Out
There was a blonde that went to the hair salon with headphones. Before
the barber started cutting her hair she told him "Make sure not to
knock the headphones off my head". So the barber was sure not to. The
next time, the blonde said the same thing "Do not knock the headphones
off my head". The barber again, did what he was told. The third time
she went, she told the barber again "Don't knock the headphones off my
head", this time though, the barber accidentally knocked them off. As
soon as the headphones fell off, the blonde dropped to the floor
unconcious. The barber picked up the headphones and listened, and this
is what it said "Breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out...."
"Good! Now let's repeat. Breathe in, breathe out......"
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