The BEST Breathing Techniques to Feel Calm (Morning Routine for Mental Health)

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8 months ago

In this video, we will talk about the amazing benefits of adding the 4-7-8 breath and the 6-3-6-3 breath into your morning routine. Both of them can have profound benefits for your mental health. The 4-7-8 breath helps activate the body’s relaxation response, reducing anxiety and stress levels. It promotes a sense of calm and centeredness, allowing you to start your day with a clear and peaceful mind. On the other hand, the 6-3-6-3 breath is optimal for resting states, bringing balance and tranquility to your mind and body.

By making these breath techniques a part of your morning routine, you invite a greater sense of mindfulness, emotional well-being, and resilience into your day. These simple practices can be a powerful tool to support your mental health, providing a foundation of calm and clarity as you navigate the challenges and joys of daily life


Mental Health Healing Man, CPCC

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The BEST Breathing Techniques to Feel Calm (Morning Routine for Mental Health)

Last updated 8 months ago

In this video, we will talk about the amazing benefits of adding the 4-7-8 breath and the 6-3-6-3 breath into your morning routine. Both of them can have profound benefits for your mental health. The 4-7-8 breath helps activate the body’s relaxation response, reducing anxiety and stress levels. It promotes a sense of calm and centeredness, allowing you to start your day with a clear and peaceful mind. On the other hand, the 6-3-6-3 breath is optimal for resting states, bringing balance and tranquility to your mind and body.

By making these breath techniques a part of your morning routine, you invite a greater sense of mindfulness, emotional well-being, and resilience into your day. These simple practices can be a powerful tool to support your mental health, providing a foundation of calm and clarity as you navigate the challenges and joys of daily life


Mental Health Healing Man, CPCC