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I find that this breathing exercise can be extremely effective for patients who are prone to anxiety or stress. It could hardly be simpler.
When your out-breath is longer than your in-breath, you reduce the activation of your stress state and encourage your body to move into a thrive state. You can do a few rounds of this breath or extend it to take five minutes. Listen to your body and see what works for you.
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