Breathing In The Abdomen And Chest While Breathing Normally?
I was a long time ago .. A long time ago .. That’s after! r n Look on YouTube if you are gasping, I get used to breathing using abdominal breathing. Because he said oxygen can be obtained more than chest breathing .. And until now I have done it automatically (meaning it becomes my normal breath everyday) .. r n r nWhat I want to ask. According to the doctor, the best normal daily breath is chest or stomach ?? Or whatever ??? But if I see that normally adults wear breasts … Thank you, if you answer
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Basically human respiration can occur unconsciously (involuntary) and can also be realized (voluntary). Exhalation consists of 2 phases, the inspiratory phase, which is when air enters the lungs and the expiration phase, which is when the air leaves the lungs. On inspiration, the diaphragm muscles will contract and the diaphragm will drop down and pull the lungs down, while the muscles between the ribs will contract and pull the lungs up and to the side. This will cause expansion of the chest cavity, reduce pressure in the chest cavity, and cause air from outside to enter the lungs. During expiration, these muscles will relax, the chest cavity will shrink, and air will exit the lungs.
Chest breathing is the exhalation using the muscles between the ribs, while what is known as abdominal breathing is breathing using the diaphragm muscles (so it is also called diaphragmatic breathing). Normally, chest breathing and abdominal breathing occur together, it's just that in infants and children, abdominal breathing is more dominant. In adults, although chest breathing appears more dominant, it does not mean that abdominal breathing does not occur at all. If abdominal breathing does not occur, the breathing becomes abnormal because the breath will be shallow and shallow. Oxygen also cannot enter the lungs effectively and the body also does not get enough oxygen flow. This can be seen in people who have been doing strenuous exercise, are seriously ill, or are in a state of panic / anxiety.
Abdominal breathing or diaphragmatic breathing is considered more effective than chest breathing because the amount of air that enters the lungs in one breath will be more (compare if the lungs only expand a little and if the lungs expand larger, more air will enter the lungs when the lungs expand. greater than). If you have ever heard of deep breathing exercises, then this breathing exercise is an exercise to make the body normally breathe with the diaphragm. This exercise is especially recommended for people who suffer from anxiety disorders or experience frequent panic attacks to make the body more relaxed and calm.
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