Let’s try the relaxation technique. We will then discuss two different types of relaxation which can be used interchangeably. Relaxation breathing breathing normal pattern of a person in a normal state (not very relaxed or very fast)-based usually complete 12 to 16 breaths per minute. When we are faced with situations that cause us anxiety, we maintain a surface and even breathy breathing based on the mobilization of the upper part of the chest so that the lungs are just vented. To facilitate its ventilation we need to also participate the diaphragm that is responsible for sending the air we breathe to the abdomen. This favors a more complete breathing and thus gives rise to a better oxygenation of the blood. It is what we know as diaphragmatic breathing is that we exercise in consultation with the purpose that serves as a preparation for muscle relaxation exercises as beneficial for all types of individuals and disorders. It’s a simple technique that can be applied in any occasion in which notes tension or acceleration of your constants such as any external threat causing you distress symptoms.
Follow these instructions to dominate this type of breathing: sit comfortably or lie down avoiding you fall asleep. (A valuable related resource: Sleep disturbances). Concentrate on the movements that occur when you breathe by keeping your eyes open. You will feel like the chest rises to take air and relaxes to eject it. Now place a hand above the abdomen, draws air and observes how the hand moves up, get a small pause and then release air gently through your mouth until the abdomen returns to the initial position. He repeated several times that breathing slowly and deeply. No hurry, do not forget that the rapid, deep breathing can cause hyperventilation so calm. Follows with that respiratory rhythm for a few minutes while you close your eyes and visualize you in calm.