If you can exhale comfortably, let's go on to the next step.
As you exhale, the amount of air in your lungs decreases, and many people stop their exhale intentionally.
This is wrong. We naturally breathe when we are alive. If you hold your breath, your body becomes tense.
If your body is tense, blood vessels contract creating poor blood circulation. If you exhale and let it continue, your breath becomes infinitely calm, leave your mouth open. When you think your exhale is naturally at an end, move your upper body slightly forward and let out one last breath. You should not hold your breath intentionally, but it is important to have your breath stop naturally. Count, "one, two, three" as you end your breath. Your body should remain slightly forward as you close your mouth, begin your inhale naturally, thinking "from the tip of your nose."
If you can do this, let's go on to the next step. Exhale
Exhale straight forward with sound of "HA"and calmly as much as possible.
When you think your exhale is naturally at an end, move your upper body slightly forward and let out one last breath naturally.
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