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Correct breathing is not only good for the head, abdomen and the whole body, but it influences and stimulates the activity of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. These interesting anatomical mechanisms, which could be described as being able to function without a brain, are responsible for the involuntary or subconscious functions of the body. All depend upon correct breathing. In fact, if deep-breathing is practised, you will notice that the sympathetic nervous system works more efficiently, also influencing the activity of the heart.
Even conditions such as angina pectoris may be improved and perhaps even rectified with the help of deep-breathing, if other curative measures are employed at the same time.
If the bronchial tubes have not degenerated beyond repair, deep-breathing can sometimes even cure asthma. If not a cure, then at least a significant improvement is possible.
While constipation requires the regular intake of natural food for improvement, it is put right with correct breathing. If you breathe in and out correctly and sufficiently you will notice that the bowels begin to function better. Five, ten or fifteen minutes, each morning, afternoon and evening should be devoted to deep-breathing exercises. It may take a week, two weeks or even four weeks before the bowels will begin to function more efficiently, but regular movement will not fail to come.
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