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복식호흡 하는 법 & 복식호흡 효과

복식호흡 하는 법 & 복식호흡 효과

Lower belly breathing! These days many people experience
many diseases like chest congestion, breathing difficulties, anxiety out of stress, headache,
gastrointestinal disorders. Lower belly breathing can help relieve such diseases. With practicing qigong, I’ll talk about why you should do a belly breathing, and exactly how to do it. I drew the front and side view of a person. ’in dang (印堂, Hall of Impression)’,
‘jeon jung or dan jung (膻中, Middle of the Chest)’ ’sin gwol (神闕, Spirit Palace) i.e. Novel The important points among the acupressure points
between the navel and just above the genitals, ‘gi hae (氣海, Sea of Qi)’ and
‘gwan won (關元, Origin Pass). ‘Gi hae’ is 4.5cm below the navel, and ‘gwan won’ is 4.5cm below the ‘gi hae’. The diaphragm that distinguishes the thoracic
and the abdominal cavity is drawn with a black curve. ’Sin gwol’ in the side view. The spot between L2 and L3,
where the line from the navel and the spine meet
is ‘myeong mun (命門, Life Gate)’. Breathing is achieved by regular contraction
of the chest muscles and diaphragm. Chest breathing mainly moves the thoracic muscles, and belly breathing moves the diaphragm a lot. Abdominal, belly breathing moves the diaphragm
2 to 3 centimeters more than chest breathing. Every one centimeter of diaphragm movement
increases the amount of air about 300 grams. So if you pull your diaphragm 3 cm down further,
you can draw more air in about 900 grams. Practicing belly breathing makes it possible
to pull your diaphragm down about 5 cm, which increases the amount of air much more. The reason why you should do a belly breathing is the up and down movement of the diaphragm
helps to receive more oxygen, and as a result more ‘qi (bio energy)’
included in oxygen. Besides, you can lower your breathing frequency. Normally, 18 times a minute is considered
a normal breathing. Belly breathing can decrease the frequency
up to 12, 10, 8 or 4 times, and reduce the energy consumption
of the respiratory system itself. Your nerves and mind can also calm down
by taking a long and relaxing breath. The physiological function is also greatly improved.
It also helps practicing qigong a lot. Belly breathing increases
the width of the diaphragm’s vertical movement, and improves the function of internal organs
by massaging them in the abdominal cavity. For example, massaging the stomach
improves digestion. The liver! You can massage the liver
by moving the diaphragm. The liver is the organ that controls the muscles. The heart sends blood to arteries. It’s not the role of the heart
that draws blood from veins, but veins carry blood squeezed by muscles
back to your heart. By massaging the liver, muscles are activated
to keep veins circulated, resulting in bringing blood back to the heart.
So a belly breathing improves the overall blood circulation. Living a healthy life means you need to get rid of stress and
strengthen your muscles, but the overall blood circulation
must be improved to do so. Belly breathing is a simple and affordable way to take care of yourself and keep fit. Also, in the aspect of practicing qigong,
when you get more oxygen through a belly breathing, you can easily accumulate bio energy ‘qi’
and operate it. I will tell you how to do a belly breathing in detail. How to do a belly breathing :
The principle?
How to do it exactly?
Let’s do it together! The basic way of doing a belly breathing! When you inhale, inflate your lower belly, and when you exhale, put your belly in. Breathe in through your nose, and breathe out through your nose in principle. You should inhale through your nose, but exhaling through the mouth
is also possible in some cases. I’ll explain the principle of belly breathing in detail. In the left picture, you can see that
the effect of belly breathing is changing depending on where you concentrate
when you breathe. Centered on ‘gi hae’ 4.5cm below the navel, focus on the circle from the navel to ‘gwan won’. The air enters the nose in principle,
even though you can inhale through your mouth, too. If you inflate your belly like this
when the air comes in, you can take more air and more oxygen
by pulling the diaphragm down, which is the key to belly breathing. When you breathe out, your belly will put in
and your diaphragm will go up. The air goes out through the nose again. The air that comes in through inhaling
only reaches the chest cavity. So continue to breathe in and
visualize that ‘qi’ is going all the way down to ‘dantian’ inside the lower belly. When exhaling, put your belly in and
press the lower part of the navel. Hold ‘qi’ not to be escaped, and let the air in the lungs go out of the body. Do a belly breathing
with such a visualization and thinking. When doing this belly breathing for the first time,
exhale first rather than inhaling. Put in the area under the navel while you exhale fully enough, pushing to your back, almost completely, though not 100 percent, If you put your stomach in
when you spit out completely, your stomach will automatically come out
with air coming in. Once you exhale and
contract the area under your navel, your belly will inflate
as you breathe in and let it move. That way, you can do a belly breathing easily,
without effort. If you inflate your belly too much while inhaling, belly breathing can be demanding
from the beginning. Oh, I can’t do this because it’s too hard…
it gives me headache… So inhale first, concentrate on the lower belly,
and put in your belly. Then leave your belly to put out and let the air in.
Because the lower belly is put in deliberately, it is supposed to come out naturally. For the first time practicing breathing,
you can sit or lie down. I’m showing you how to breathe
in a standing posture. If you’re a beginner, practice it constantly,
20 times per set, 3 sets per day, about 10 days, then you can get the hang of it. Put your thumbs on the navel or ‘sin gwol’,
middle fingers on ‘gwan won’ and index fingers on ‘gi hae’, and
concentrate on the circle the fingers are surrounding, and do a belly breathing. I’ll show you how to do it
by moving my lower belly from the side. When you exhale, put in your belly enough. When you let out your breath fully, Push your belly toward your back.
When you inhale, and let the belly move, it will inflate naturally. Let’s do a belly breathing
together with me, 10 times. Exhale Inhale Breathe out. Breathe in. You don’t actually have to touch your lower belly
with your hands. Concentrate on the area and
do a belly breathing while moving your belly. While doing a belly breathing, if you take a forward head
or round shoulder posture, moving your diaphragm
can be restricted in many ways. So make sure that you always
keep your chest open and your head backward when you do a belly breathing. So far I talked about a lower belly breathing,
why you should do it, and how you should do it. Lower belly breathing helps
improve your lung capacity, enable you to do an even, deep breathing. By doing it, the mind and body get calmed down
and relaxed, which helps to relieve stress as well as activate internal organs.
Make a belly breathing part of your daily routine and enjoy lots of health benefits!

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