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Mindful Breathing

Mindful Breathing

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Mindful Breathing

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36 pages
20 minutes
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Sortie:
Sep 21, 2020
ISBN:
9781716565168
Format:
Livre

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Mindful Breathing is a metacognitive strategy for increasing self awareness, regulating cognition, attention and emotions, cultivating wellness and reducing stress. It combines a deep breathing technique with mindfulness that increases our ability to monitor our cognition and regulate our attention and emotions. Mindful breathing increases our resilience to respond to stressful situations and to regulate our responses to them. Using a breathing technique called "diaphragmatic breathing" we can reteach our bodies to slow down and work more efficiently in stressful situations. It also promotes a healthful mindset so we can cope with daily stressors more effectively.
Éditeur:
Sortie:
Sep 21, 2020
ISBN:
9781716565168
Format:
Livre

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Mindful Breathing - Donald Matthews

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  This book is intended to be both a self help resource for those interested in mindfulness practices and a practitioner’s guide to mindful breathing.  The intention being that mindfulness and breathing practices are immediately useful to many types of people in all walks and stages of life.  Whether you are learning about mindfulness for the first time, or continuing to learn more to refine your practice, you will find this book expands on what we currently know about mindfulness as a meditative practice for regulating attention and emotions, and as a psychological intervention for improving mood and enhancing well being.  While mindful breathing is not a medical intervention and should not be used to replace any medications or treatment prescribed by a physician, it can be used to supplement medical and pharmacological interventions.  Always consult your medical doctor when exploring new interventions for conditions relating to your health.  If you are a therapist, counselor or psychologist treating individuals with depression, anxiety, emotional or attentional disorders, mindfulness can be used as a therapeutic intervention.  Whether you are a scientist or a practitioner, you will find benefit in learning more about mindfulness in its many forms and its application to psychological disorders or for self help.

  My reasons for writing this book are both personal and professional.  I was diagnosed with cough-variant asthma in my forties and began looking for ways to improve my breathing.  I devoured several books on the subject of breathing techniques including medical interventions like Buteyko Breathing as well as ancient yogic practices (Pranayama).  Breathing exercises seemed promising for someone with my condition. I had already experienced different types of medical interventions related to breathing disorders for people with asthma such as breathing therapy machines, inhaled corticosteriods and bronchodilators.  I

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