Is staying healthy while running important to you? If so, please learn to nose breathe while running. It prevents infection, regulates air intake, reduces injuries and improves running stamina!
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To nose breathe while running means to use only the nose to inhale and exhale. Many runners think that they inhale using their nose and exhale using their mouth but most runners actually inhale and exhale using the mouth. The mouth needs to be kept closed to ensure that only the nose is used. It is the only way to ensure healthy, stress free breathing while running.
Breathing properly through your nose takes time to practice and learn, but the health and running benefits are well worth it. You will be protecting yourself against viruses and infections, reducing your risk of injuries and protecting your heart. You will also feel more relaxed while running, it will feel easier and because you use less energy for breathing, you will perform better over time.
Humans are designed to be nose breathers and we are not accessing the many benefits available to us if we use our mouths for breathing. At a young age, we learned to breathe in through our mouth only as a response to stress. It is a survival response trigger that was designed to be used only in emergency situations, i.e. when fleeing from danger or extreme stress. It was not designed to be used on a regular basis.
Nose breathing is a much safer, healthier and efficient way to breathe while running. It prevents infection, regulates air volume and temperature, reduces the risk of running injuries and promotes efficient oxygen exchange. Here's how:
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Until next month, be happy, stay well and keep positive!
With love and blessings,
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