Breathing Massages Your Organs.
The movements of the diaphragm during the deep breathing exercise massages the stomach, small intestine, liver and pancreas.
It raises your metabolism, improves your circulation, and helps lower your blood pressure.
When you do this frequently, your organs, muscles and vital energy are all very well affected and work more naturally for your health and wellness.
Science is now supporting the empirical evidence that was amassed over the centuries and this gives real value to how you use your breathing apparatus.
Your breathing can be improved, trained and maintained at any age. At any time, at any level of fitness, or even lack of it.
Learn to use this wonderful equipment with which you've been privileged, and protect your health simply and naturally.
Practised and controlled breathing sessions tone and condition your abdominal muscles directly.
It also mobilises your core muscles, helping you to a great posture and all that that can give you.
But never mind thinking about it, talking about it;
just get on with it.