WIM HOF BREATHING

Discussion in 'Self Improvement' started by SteveIsMyName, May 25, 2018.

  1. SteveIsMyName

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    With PMO comes a trail of moodiness, regret, anxiety, irritability and even depression. This in turn leads to more PMO as a "feel good" high. It's a bad loop and we all have to recognize our triggers/urges. I feel breathing exercises elicit a state of meditation and mindfulness, along with pumping some good ol' euphoria into the mix.

    I personally replace stress/anxiety/edging w/ WIM HOF BREATHING.
    It helps with mind clarity, oxygenates the blood, balances the acid/base of the blood, reduces inflammation and feeling of general malaise/fatigue/cloudy head.

    HOW: (link) YOUTUBE GUIDED WIM HOF BREATHING VIDEO
    1) Make sure you're not driving or submersed in water
    2) find a safe place to practice sitting/laying down

    3) INHALE DEEP + FULLY (through nose/mouth) + EXHALE (let go; don't exhale fully)

    4) COMPLETE 30 CYCLES; after #30 EXHALE + HOLD BREATHE FOR AS LONG AS POSSIBLE. FEEL. BE AWARE. BE MINDFUL. ENJOY THE TINGLING AND EXPERIENCE THROUGHOUT THE BODY.

    5) ONCE YOU NEED TO BREATE, BREATHE! INHALE DEEPLY + HOLD FOR 10s

    THIS IS 1 CYCLE OF WHM (WIM HOF METHOD) BREATHING. WORK UP TO 1-3 CYCLES, 2-7x weekly.


    Let me know how it works out.
     
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