18 Burst results for "Nose Breathing"

"nose breathing" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

04:56 min | Last month

"nose breathing" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"One of the biggest challenges people have these days is that they're not able to get deep healing relaxing and restful sleep is that you? ? It seems like a puzzle that's difficult to solve. . What should you do to relax? ? How can you switch off your stress? ? Is that a way that you can tap into your inner pharmacy to create a natural sleeping bill in this episode, , going to share with you a quick natural technique that you can use at your home to feel completely relaxed in minutes and get good quality sleep. . But before we begin if you are interested in this topic and About how you can use ancient wisdom to calm your mind relax your nervous system and distressed to make sure that you hit the subscribe button on your apple device or if you using another device, , make sure that you share this with your friends and family. . When you hit subscribe does something special to the Algorithm which ensures that people who would not normally come across this part caused actually come across it. . So make sure that he supporters and hit subscribe Quick story before I, , begin giving you the exact technique yesterday I was doing a livestream with an facebook group demonstrating this specific technique, , and after that I went straight to working on my computer, , and this was about ten fifteen pm. . But as soon as I went on the computer and started doing my work, , I began to feel a bit drowsy I began to feel sleepy. . And my head was getting heavier and heavier until I just brought my head on my table. . And it didn't make sense until I realized the fact that I had just done that technique. . I. Demonstrated . that Technique Did Accident Dia Body and prepare for sleep. . So this does work and I would encourage you to try out yourself but promise me one thing don't attempt to do this technique while you're driving or if you're in water or a place that needs your full attention because this is it bar for technique do this only if you're at home and need to fully relax where you not be disturbed because this is awful and it will change your state in minutes. . So let's begin stepped one. . Especially, , when you're doing Brett work and throughout the day, , make sure that you're breathing in through your nose breathing through your nose ensures that you get just that I'd quantity of oxygen and not too much because too much oxygen can cause more damage than good as explained in previous episode oxygen is like fuel for yourself you need just a right amount of. Fuel . to produce energy do much few land. It . could lead to oxidative damage to your tissues and organs, , and you don't want to damage your against the other benefit of reading through news is that your nose contain these nose hairs right which act as filters. . So you're ensuring that the quality of air that you're breathing is good and because of those same. Filters . and the structure of your news the that's coming in is nice and warm, , which again is conducive to relaxation fort benefit of breathing in through your nose is that when you breathe through your nose, , there's nitric oxide the guess created from the back of your nose and your sinuses, , which then goes into your lungs and this helps dilate your air passages. . In your lungs annual blood vessels allowing the oxygen, , which you're inhaling to go much more effectively into where it's needed for energy production. . So the oxygen goes into your Mitochondria, , which is the powerhouse of your cell that leads to energy production line breathing in through your nose is good for you when you breathing out, , make sure that you're breathing out through your mouth. . How and when you're breathing out, , imagine that you're breathing out through a straw or that you're fogging a mirror. . And you can make this salad old because it really enhances the expedients. . Now, , adding this slight resistance, , right when you're making the shape of a straw as you're breathing out as the effect of activating your batter sympathetic nervous system, , the part of your nervous system that is responsible for resting they're responsible for digesting your food for healing for cellular repair and most barley immune building because guess what it is a pandemic season, , you are very your masks, , but also you need to boost your immune system. .

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Stimulate This 'Unique Nerve' To Experience Deep, Healing, Relaxing And Restful Sleep

My Seven Chakras

04:56 min | Last month

Stimulate This 'Unique Nerve' To Experience Deep, Healing, Relaxing And Restful Sleep

"One of the biggest challenges people have these days is that they're not able to get deep healing relaxing and restful sleep is that you? It seems like a puzzle that's difficult to solve. What should you do to relax? How can you switch off your stress? Is that a way that you can tap into your inner pharmacy to create a natural sleeping bill in this episode, going to share with you a quick natural technique that you can use at your home to feel completely relaxed in minutes and get good quality sleep. But before we begin if you are interested in this topic and About how you can use ancient wisdom to calm your mind relax your nervous system and distressed to make sure that you hit the subscribe button on your apple device or if you using another device, make sure that you share this with your friends and family. When you hit subscribe does something special to the Algorithm which ensures that people who would not normally come across this part caused actually come across it. So make sure that he supporters and hit subscribe Quick story before I, begin giving you the exact technique yesterday I was doing a livestream with an facebook group demonstrating this specific technique, and after that I went straight to working on my computer, and this was about ten fifteen pm. But as soon as I went on the computer and started doing my work, I began to feel a bit drowsy I began to feel sleepy. And my head was getting heavier and heavier until I just brought my head on my table. And it didn't make sense until I realized the fact that I had just done that technique. I. Demonstrated that Technique Did Accident Dia Body and prepare for sleep. So this does work and I would encourage you to try out yourself but promise me one thing don't attempt to do this technique while you're driving or if you're in water or a place that needs your full attention because this is it bar for technique do this only if you're at home and need to fully relax where you not be disturbed because this is awful and it will change your state in minutes. So let's begin stepped one. Especially, when you're doing Brett work and throughout the day, make sure that you're breathing in through your nose breathing through your nose ensures that you get just that I'd quantity of oxygen and not too much because too much oxygen can cause more damage than good as explained in previous episode oxygen is like fuel for yourself you need just a right amount of. Fuel to produce energy do much few land. It could lead to oxidative damage to your tissues and organs, and you don't want to damage your against the other benefit of reading through news is that your nose contain these nose hairs right which act as filters. So you're ensuring that the quality of air that you're breathing is good and because of those same. Filters and the structure of your news the that's coming in is nice and warm, which again is conducive to relaxation fort benefit of breathing in through your nose is that when you breathe through your nose, there's nitric oxide the guess created from the back of your nose and your sinuses, which then goes into your lungs and this helps dilate your air passages. In your lungs annual blood vessels allowing the oxygen, which you're inhaling to go much more effectively into where it's needed for energy production. So the oxygen goes into your Mitochondria, which is the powerhouse of your cell that leads to energy production line breathing in through your nose is good for you when you breathing out, make sure that you're breathing out through your mouth. How and when you're breathing out, imagine that you're breathing out through a straw or that you're fogging a mirror. And you can make this salad old because it really enhances the expedients. Now, adding this slight resistance, right when you're making the shape of a straw as you're breathing out as the effect of activating your batter sympathetic nervous system, the part of your nervous system that is responsible for resting they're responsible for digesting your food for healing for cellular repair and most barley immune building because guess what it is a pandemic season, you are very your masks, but also you need to boost your immune system.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:02 min | 2 months ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Morning. It's 7 39 Are you breathing lately? Having trouble with the mask, and especially if you're Walking fast or if it's hot outside. I still see a lot of people on their bicycle or jogging, and they're not around a lot of people in there. We're in a mask. I don't know that you need to do that. Doctors have studied breathing say that the vast majority of us Do it inadequately. There's new book out. Called Breathe the new science of a lost art. By James Nestor. And he said, how we breathe matters. And our attention to it is long overdue. For example, he said, nose breathing is better than mouth breathing because its protective than those filters heats and treats raw air. Inhaling through the nose stimulates the release of hormones and nitric oxide, which helps to regulate vital functions like blood pressure and an increased oxygenation throughout the body. Breathing done properly keeps the body in acid base balance, which enables tissues to get the amount of oxygen they need to function optimally. This balance is achieved, they say, by main, maintaining an ideal level of carbon dioxide in the blood to Little Co two, which can happen. When your breathing is rapid and shallow, impedes the release of oxygen to body tissues and can cause anxiety, irritability, fatigue and lack of focus. What sounds like me every morning at about five. Anxiety, irritability, fatigue and like a focus, maybes, my breathing. It's a problem. Rapid, shallow breathing, keeps the body in a high state of alert and engages the sympathetic nervous system, an adaptation that is useful in times of danger, but counterproductive to feeling common. Relax the rest of the time. Even during normal times, many people breathe too fast and through their mouths. Perhaps because of chronic stress. Or stuffy noses. Maybe allergies. Want to hear more about this rapid breathing uses neck and chest muscles instead of the diaphragm, which is An inter vacated that the word innovated by the frantic nerve responsible for calming the body like a knife, Fram breathing makes it harder to mentally relax. Okay? No to want to hear any more of this stuff. I don't think so. I think we need a moment of Zen doughy. Too much stress too much anxiety. Too much difficult breathing with your mask. Let's take a moment here. As somebody, said Hoo! Ah wrote us recently. A moment of Zen is ideal for wiggling your toes and stretching your back. Yeah, that and deep breathing recommended here. It's all you need to do. Try to clear your brain out. Nomis Day serenity now. Here's our moment of Zen. I hope that help you on this Monday morning. I think we all needed that, didn't we? By the way, the medical experts say, well, more research.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Activate that before during your warm up your nose breathing the whole time super easy. So you don't need to buy equipment to your tire warm up only breathing's your nose. And it's it's hard to do, but as you get used to that now and you need to start breathing through your mouth because you've picked it up. It's everything's turned on like it's working properly, and you're using the muscles in your abdomen diaphragm properly. So you're actually taking full quality breasts, and you'll find like you can. Find that happy medium of working out and still having not having to catch up to your breath. We like Faulk overdid it out outpace myself on the run or outpace myself and sprints, like no you got it. You're good to go. It'd be messed around with tape in your mouth shut for other workouts or sleep or anything like that. No one. I read that now exigent advantage. I think it's great. It's a great tool for mouth, breeders, or people that have an issue with that. I think I only mouth breathe when I lay on my back, but I I'm aside sleeper sawn pretty good with that. And I don't think it's, it's never been an issue for me. I like that as a tip for people who have a problem really getting to that point where they can force themselves to work through their nose. But yeah, you know there there's a I think, in the military, they do that, hold, you have to hold a certain amount of water in your mouth and finish a run dam. And if when you spit it back out afterwards, if you if you have less water in your mouth, by the end, you gotta run more do whatever you keep going. So there's, there's ways you can get around that without tape. But yeah, keep works to oftentimes like when I do that long slow it'll be all nose breathing. I'll do ten thousand meter row on the concept to rower, only breathing through my nose. And I'll get that done in thirty eight forty minutes. Not him that's going to be. It's not record pace. Donald listen. Audible not like pump me up music. But then I got in all good solid forty minutes, and he got into that, too. You know, a lot of these guys. Our buddies. And they all they all see the science behind it, it works. That's it, you know, it really works and I'll do long long runs long for me being like two to three miles not a long run by.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"So looking at blame as another talk about weight. I think the next big one that I experienced with folks trying to work through is blaming and victimizing. I mean Zik talks about that so often, but talk about an ingrained. So go back to what you just said the emotional negative emotional trigger point. But I mean you know that could do again. I'll ask do you have a spot on that? Just another just like intersex for weight on that victimize at blaming given responsibility to others. Yeah. Well whenever we're blaming. Right. And we're putting the. The cause on somebody else. And most people don't like to ask this question of what part did I play in? Which part in allowing whatever they did or said or didn't do or didn't say, which part did I play in? That caused the result that I don't like. That are one. Now, you know, deflect back to only another person now in a lot of cases there's, you know, more than one thing that's at cost. And so what we want to do in order to have a healthy relationship with ourselves is own up to the things that we were involved in and did or didn't do, and then ask yourself what can I do next time, either with this person, or in this situation to have more control to have, you know, more personal pout, which will realize if you take some of the responsibility, number one, you're not gonna be a victim. More. And you can turn that into becoming Victoria's because you'll learn some lessons, and be a lot more congruent and certain often the next time a situation or personal tries to do the same thing. Okay. I'm gonna I'm gonna actually DVD we we got read these forever and we hit and high points. But I'm just personally curious. I mean as you're going around you leave this interview, you're going to a speaking engagement, and you're constantly communicating with people people reading the book, what are some of the highlight areas that you find people coming to you with or finding the testimonials now from the book of saying, this helped me here because there's gotta be some top highlight topics needs. What are they? Yes. So think number one is awareness and calmness to able to on as both to react. So inner size one is around, you know, taking sixty presents. Nose breathing. In our slower out through your mouth in your size, too, is all around awareness called I awareness of thoughts. Emotions feelings and sations behaviors results awareness of my intentions awareness of the actions, I want takes of being deliberate. And so, I think you know, and then people love the icy me inner size where instead of focusing on what they don't like don't want, don't understand. There's a visualization inner size that I take him through in the book and also the videos that give people the audios as part of mine the book where they actually see themselves overcoming and, or achieving the goals that they want and just in doing that. You're like wound so much more motivated him of not for Krasny anymore. I'm taking more action achieving Warner week than I have in months. And so people are becoming much more productive and, and taking actions, both hoping praying and and dreaming that things will happen for them. Okay. Well, there's a great anchor right there. That's the payoff. That's why everybody's go get the book. It's a book, not just read. But to study, it's why we have you on here for the third slot here in this series series. Man. John, thanks for taking the time coming back here and giving us. A little live class. You're so often. Kevin, thanks for taking so much interesting. Intersex is thanks for. Introducing me to your audience zags. Appreciate you very much fun. I am honored I needed as much as anyone. Thanks, John or by on. Incredible insight into getting ourselves to make the changes. We really want to see happen for us again. I really encourage you to get and study John's new book inner.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on DLC

DLC

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on DLC

"Yeah. It's not long. But the sense in that game like the it's so smart. I think in terms of character introductions and jets deposing, speak vaguely different things to you where it's like this, it's the things we've talked about for years now on this show. But it's the diff like that game played on to screen which will be fun and entertaining. But just very different when something comes up on a screen and takes up the front of the screen versus when something comes up to you and looks up or down at. You. Yeah. Writing to you. It's it's called Vader immortal. There's no spoiler in saying this week, I stood toe to toe with Darth Vader and stared in his eyes holes. You know, I it's that. Is not something you can say, I guess, if you go to some awesome convention, where there's an amazing cost player of Vader. You may have the situation of standing in staring. But this is he is seven feet tall standing three inches from my nose breathing. I can look him up and down see all the detail on his costume. His Cape is billowing. And he's staring at me. I had that experience because that's what it's like in VR. You feel like he's the size. He is. And you're the size you are. It is. Extraordinary, and, yeah, I think I think I mean the thing they did so smartly, and that is they realized how fun it is in VR to physically manipulate things. Everything you do is a physical manipulation of something ripping something apart, or moving bits and bobs here, and they're really cool. It's got really wonderful performances. It's got an interesting story. It's ten bucks. It's very short, but it's gonna be epizotic and you guess you do some lightsaber in, which is great. But more than that, it's it gives you a sense of scale, you're inside Star Wars. And I gotta say, did the void Star Wars experience which cost me forty bucks. I think for ten minutes. This is every bit as good as that. I mean, other than the fact that I didn't get to physically reach out in touch a poll, or feel the heat, you know, they have some extra sensory stuff in the void. But this as a storytelling experience, as a living through stars experience fantastic. I really dug it. Yeah. So I think it's to say that we both wholeheartedly recommend the Oculus rift. Now, the crest question quest. Yeah. Occupant. We both wholeheartedly recommend the HTC vibe. Quest. Yes, we got we got an Email this came to as the OC feedback edgy. Mel dot com. This comes from David Norwood, he says, I'm tempted to pick up a quest since the tethering to a PC and lighthouses where the sticking points for me with earlier models. But how is the library, how many of Jeff's VR must plays are even vailable is there Haqiqi decided games that aren't approved by Oculus Christianity's mentioned that. And thank you David, for the Email, what would you say to David's Email here? I mean, I think the only in my opinion, the to VR headsets you consider our PlayStation VR or Oculus quest. I think this class has an incredible.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Technique. Your body drives you mouth, breathe if it doesn't think you're gonna get adequate oxygenation through your nose. But there's a lot of blood chemistry. That's produced when you nose breathe that is healthy for you that you don't get when you mouth breathe, and so it's really important to breathe through your nose. So those four questions for us those four things Epworth a stop bang assessment. Looking at the back of the of the mouth for the airwave Malampaya score and a simple question debris through your nose. Your mouth have become the crux of what we do. So that we can help screen our patients for sleep and airway and then in my practice, if we think there's a. There's a problem that requires the intervention of a physician will send that information via fax to their physician on if it's something we want more information about at as far as sleep dentistry airway dentistry than for me. It's really simple because I just referred that person patient to my associate Dr Anderson who does a lot of sleep dentistry, and he can kind of pick up the puzzle from there. So whether you're doing mandibular advancement devices, or you're not depending on the state you live in and whether or not you have to have a prescription from a physician or not that for me is sort of what I would consider today the baseline in doing a sleep screening and dentistry. Thank you for keeping our listeners up to speed on the new standard of care regarding airway screen. Yeah. It's you know, it's it's one of my rules. Very is that dentistry never gets easier. Like they've never come out with a ruling that said, I could stop doing something. Well, we can count on you to keep us up today. Thank you. My pleasure. I mentioned in the intro that my guest on this thriving Dennis show is my friend. Fred joyal. Hey, fred. How are you? Fantastic. Gary store excited to be on the show again. That's great to have you back. You are officially now. Fred. The the guests that I've had on the most on the show. Which is I'm the Alec Baldwin of of the thriving dental exactly really bald. And it's been on Saturday Night Live the most interesting. Yeah. Thing how we think about our experiences. I was thinking of the tonight show with Johnny Carson. And I was trying to think of who would have been the most frequent guest on the tonight show with with either Jay Leno or Johnny Carson. But whoever that is that's you on the thriving Dennis show. Yeah. I'm gonna throw the name. No, no. But I swear Orson bean was guys you loved that guy. Remember, how long for you all? Just it. Just amused him. Johnny just amused them. Okay. Well, the old folk chatter here now what we're well. We one more completion that we're going to have to encourage our listeners to Google. Two Google him to find out who he was. Maybe they have to go Johnny Carson too. Yes. Yeah. Wonder where this tonight show game? It was a blast seeing you last weekend at the DSO leadership summit in Santa Monica by my count. I don't know how many executives we that group was kind of interesting..

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"nose breathing" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"About what they're doing for sleep medical insurance companies if the patient scores above a ten automatically will pay for a sleep study in the absence of any other diagnostic information, and so I've heard people say like if it's an eight to a ten you need to you need to talk to your patient. So we have the patients fill it out. If they score above an eight what I do with it is I talked to them about seeing their physician, and then I actually will facts that get the name of their primary care physician and will actually fax that Epworth to their primary care physician because I have learned that physicians communicate via fax not phone or Email like we do. So we do an we also do an inventory called the stop bang, which is an acronym. It's S T O P B A N G, and it's eight visual things that we look out with our patient and that specifically screens for air way, and it used to be sort of the gold standard. What we realized is it actually is designed to find men who have apnea, and it misses a lot of women that have what we call upper airway resistance syndrome. So it's not it can't be the only thing you do. So we do the Epworth we do a stop bang. It allows her take you thirty seconds to visually say it. This patient is a guy or girl. This patient is over this or nays this person has a large neck. It's really pretty simple, then we do something called the Malam potty score M A L A M P A T. I M potty score that was developed by an anesthesiologist. It's a super quick visual look at the back of the mouth and just assessing the size of the airway. If you Google it. What we did is. We will I Principi image of Google images. We laminated it and we have one in each of our opportunities. So I can look my hygienist can look at it just gives you a visual idea of whether it looks like there's anatomically and airway issue and then the fourth. When we do is a really simple question. We just ask patients whether they predominantly knows breathe or they predominantly mouth breathe. So come to find out that nose breathing is actually physiologically preferred over mouth breathing that we only mouth breathe as a basically a self preservation technique. Your body drives you mouth, breathe if it doesn't think you're gonna get adequate oxygenation through your nose. But there's a lot of blood chemistry. That's produced when you nose breathe that is healthy for you that you don't get when you mouth breathe, and so it's really important to breathe through your nose. So those four questions.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Because die from attic breathing have having good die from tone is necessary for stabilization of the spine for motor controlled for movement to notes for posture. So you're dying from is not just a muscled its use during breathing, but it's also stabilization of all of this area here and individuals who don't do so Al functionally functional movement and they're at a greater risk of injury. So the first thing I'd say is measuring CPI by your ass and just sit down for five minutes measured ashes, you know. We've got a second test your Israel. Just see them on on our websites. Whenever a second test is closed the maximum breath tests until we have a nasty provincial their nose for that should knows pinched her nose, and then I have to mock and counting money paces. What's the maximum ability that they can tolerate breathlessness? So the board score is measuring your folks, grieving I noticed what measures the onset of gives you feedback of the onset endurance recklessness. But then your maximum reticence test is measuring punch your Oprah tolerance breakfast now link between the two, but I want to see the two measurements. And regardless of whether you're in Jordan's and competitor or whether it's high intensity. So in terms of like in terms of increasing your bolts score, right? Yes. You talk a lot about like breath holds that people can do in different types of exercises that individuals can do can we dive into that. And then there's also one more thing. I wanted to mention that we had somebody on. Podcasting Carolos houses, and she has a bolt score forty which I it's saying, but she said that she increased her by going under ice, water and doing breath holds in like ice, bats so dearly thing about that too. Sure. Yes. The bow scores trainable. So basically the boats score is telling you your chemo sensitivity of the body to the accumulation of carbon dioxide another words have sensitive to build up of CO two. And it's by practicing guide said the foundation is really nasal breathing nose breathing during sleep on practicing slowing down your breathing during the day and then during breakfast as well, I wouldn't rely exclusively on breath toning. Even though Brett toning Brennan's because say, for instance, if you have a math face.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"But now Patrick mccune wrote the oxygen advantage got to know him sort of doing that very very important on nose breathing were the only mammals so from a dog and the dog needs to regulate body temperature. So it has to breathe through the mouth. But we are the only ones aside from that dog that brief through our mouth, and it keeps us in that stress state. So those breathing the exchange within the knows crates natural nitric oxide, which is a a dilated or that opens up blood flow and good for the brain interns on Patou itary all of that stuff. So and then helps to deal with kind of the build up of CO two. And that's usually the impetus. Of of needing to breathe it's the build up not the lack of oxygen? So we've been experimenting with nose breathing. Now changed my life completely. I I work out with with knows knows breathing all the time, and we do some breath holds on X sales and do a bunch of stuff. And then we do a lot of in the pool training over the last ten years, hold your breath. I don't know. It's usually under stress that was like one of the it is, but we're usually doing something. Okay. So it's usually involves some heavyweight pulling down to the bottom of the pool can't breath, or we'll do it on an ex hail. So when you act HALE, and you start something all the bells are going off ready like what the hell you doing breathe. So then you're dealing with. The underwater stuff is tricky because. It's a you have to remain calm, and you can't freak out. 'cause you're you're you're underwater number one. And number two. Is you burn your oxygen really fast? When you're stressed out of like fighters, any kind of boxers UFC guys big weight trainers who come in the pool. They really don't have a good time in it's hard for them to click into that. Okay. I gotta do very hard movement underwater and stay calm because the that's the only way I'm gonna get through it. So and then learn Gabby started this now they have certifications and things like that. And they do groups in the I'm still one of the advisers on, but it's called experti-. So extreme, I don't I think it's still extreme performance training, or whatever it is. But so that came out of a decade of us playing in the water, and we still do that's one of the greatest workouts ever. Yeah. You know, what the reasoning is for why you like the lucidity happens in y you like you're able to almost tap into vicious and stuff, you know, what that is. Way beyond my pay grade of neuroscience, but I definitely know from a high dopamine perspective and an almost tapping the door of creating natural GMT within the brain. Because of those doors got opened with Iowa SCA. It's it's a similar an, and that's where the kind of cool part of it is I don't need to do. I walk again one time. No. This weekend. Did it once but the plant as weird as it is? But if you done I'll ask it's not weird the plant of very clearly said, thanks for coming, basically. And you never need to take again..

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"nose breathing" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"But now Patrick mccune wrote the oxygen advantage got to know him sort of doing that very very important on nose breathing were the only mammals so from a dog and the dog needs to regulate body temperature. So it has to breathe through the mouth. But we are the only ones aside from that dog that brief through our mouth, and it keeps us in that stress state. So those breathing the exchange within the knows crates natural nitric oxide, which is a a dilated or that opens up blood flow and good for the brain interns on Patou itary all of that stuff. So and then helps to deal with kind of the build up of CO two. And that's usually the impetus. Of of needing to breathe it's the build up not the lack of oxygen? So we've been experimenting with nose breathing. Now changed my life completely. I I work out with with knows knows breathing all the time, and we do some breath holds on X sales and do a bunch of stuff. And then we do a lot of in the pool training over the last ten years, hold your breath. I don't know. It's usually under stress that was like one of the it is, but we're usually doing something. Okay. So it's usually involves some heavyweight pulling down to the bottom of the pool can't breath, or we'll do it on an ex hail. So when you act HALE, and you start something all the bells are going off ready like what the hell you doing breathe. So then you're dealing with. The underwater stuff is tricky because. It's a you have to remain calm, and you can't freak out. 'cause you're you're you're underwater number one. And number two. Is you burn your oxygen really fast? When you're stressed out of like fighters, any kind of boxers UFC guys big weight trainers who come in the pool. They really don't have a good time in it's hard for them to click into that. Okay. I gotta do very hard movement underwater and stay calm because the that's the only way I'm gonna get through it. So and then learn Gabby started this now they have certifications and things like that. And they do groups in the I'm still one of the advisers on, but it's called experti-. So extreme, I don't I think it's still extreme performance training, or whatever it is. But so that came out of a decade of us playing in the water, and we still do that's one of the greatest workouts ever. Yeah. You know, what the reasoning is for why you like the lucidity happens in y you like you're able to almost tap into vicious and stuff, you know, what that is. Way beyond my pay grade of neuroscience, but I definitely know from a high dopamine perspective and an almost tapping the door of creating natural GMT within the brain. Because of those doors got opened with Iowa SCA. It's it's a similar an, and that's where the kind of cool part of it is I don't need to do. I walk again one time. No. This weekend. Did it once but the plant as weird as it is? But if you done I'll ask it's not weird the plant of very clearly said, thanks for coming, basically. And you never need to take again..

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"nose breathing" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Great laws would be for that to go here in fort flew that plane into the golf course here in in Los Angeles leg broke, his naming what did people sue him for that? I talked to Harrison himself here we go. You guys wanna talk about my airplane? We deal little bit. Was there? A lawsuit around that or. People. Nose breathing in this. Him. Thing turn to Julie. During the flight and said, hey, we're gonna make it out of this one, buddy. There was no chewy there. That was I think you were in the plane was mall by I think you're in the plane with Jeff Goldblum is that correct? Or is that correct? Hello, Jeff good. You say. Oh, yeah. Okay. Right now, there are two they went into the. And. The teleportation device. I went in as a bloom fly. Suddenly a piece of steak it wasn't like flash. It was different. It was artificial. I knew it wasn't. Exactly. Right. And I should we gotta go back in and thus here. We are gold and blue. And it's like he. Yeah. Is is is one. At. Yeah. And I m the other one. Couldn't have said it better myself. And if you are losing your. If you're losing your mom's an anti Goethe's in dot com dot com. One leader in all things and get you just weird away in open that third..

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"nose breathing" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"I do that to beat the heat, you know, in Phoenix in the summer, but I stick with that schedule your round, and you know, I like to think that it's that vigorous workout that sort of kicks, everything and gear cool. So when you're running do, you do you run to out to breathlessness to being breath, or do you run pretty a a low cardio like a a rural pace or actually have? I actually have a regular workout routine that varies from you know, literally. You know, oxygen deprivation as hard as I can to lighter days where it's a matter of, you know, maintaining a a regular heart rate. So it's a very it's a very running schedule. Interesting. So you know, when you run hard, and you do some of your anaerobic stop to push yourself. You know, how when you get out of breath. And and that in you feel like you need more oxygen? Right. You know, what that feeling? Yeah. So is this morning if if that was happening unconsciously when you were sleeping, do you feel like your body would be rusted feeling fantastic in the morning? Not at all. I imagine. That's the the half the time when I wake up, and I don't feel rested. So would it make sense to you? If we took a look at those half of the days that are not the getting you restored and see if we can figure out what might be happening at night. So that we could have more days if you waking up feeling fantastic. Oh, man. I'm in. I'm in with both feet on this one Mark a margin Lewis. I'd and you'd be interested in this. I spoke recently at a a smiles at sea cruise, and it was the Alaska cruise, right? And I wanted to maintain my workout schedule and running on the cruise. So I I would go into the gym at the this ship in the morning. I'd be in there at five AM. I was the only one in other than Tricia hair. Trish O'Hare was in there with me at five AM and she came up to me on the first morning, and she's looking at me, and she goes. You know, you're not a mouth breather by. But you normally, but do you know that you breathe through your mouth when you're under exertion? I will now that you mention it. Yeah. It she goes would you like to stop doing that? Because I already knew the benefits of nose breathing. And I knew I could get eighteen percent more auction immediately translating that into performance, right? So I said, yes. So she said, I could I could do some real quick that would help you with that in any way, she reaches into her gym bag and she pulls out a tape. And literally she take my mouth shut. I was the hostage runner. Okay. I look, but no one else was in the gym. So what the heck? And you know. So she said I did that for three workouts in row at that at the gym. And then she said do it for a week at home because you run a four thirty in the morning. No one's outside. They don't they don't they won't bother anybody. I said sure, and you know, that I improved my average law on my long runs. I'm talking about eight ten mile runs. I approve my mile pace by thirty seconds. My average mile pace by thirty seconds by retraining myself to breathe through my nose instead of my mouth. That's burst. Competence, Gary in airway hell is getting to nasal breathing. And we've got a lot of study out now that professional athletes are look at how they are breathing to get into peak performance. There's also studies in helping. Military than have p P T S D, And it focuses on the breathing pattern for a patterns in how much oxygen that you're intaking. But also how much CO two is that you said that people aren't over breathing over poulation and lip taping. Is sounds crazy weird but common saying in in airway focus practice that we actually recommend for patients, and because helping to retrain the neuropathy as of the brain to breed properly win you're sleeping if you're doing some of that during the day. Mark. I want to come back to your role playing and I just want to recognize how well you. Just steering the conversation with with questions that you have genuine interest in. So I first of all I'm gonna put both of you on the spot for just a minute..

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"nose breathing" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on Science Friday

"Thank you. I'm happy to be here. We're happy to have you. So what is so special about breathing through your nose? Well, nose breathing is special because it's how we smell and smell is a fascinating in really unique sensory system. So evolutionary, smells, our oldest sense. It's also arguably the least understood of our sensory systems, and there are several key aspects of smell that make it particularly interesting in that make nose breathing really different from mouth breathing. So. For one thing the smell neurons which live up way up at the very top of our nasal cavities. They actually touch the air as it flows in and out of our noses just during natural breathing in this is really unusual because these factory neurons are the only part of our central nervous system that makes direct contact with our external world and the way that this information gets from these neurons inside of our noses into the brain is different from all other sensory systems. So all other sensory systems information relays through a structure called the thallium ass- before it reaches the cortex and higher order brain areas. But in the olfactory system information flows straight from the nose into the cortex and higher order brain areas as well without going through the elements, and what's special is that these factory structures are located in. Part of the brain called the limbic system, which is involved in a motion and fear learning and memory. So this gives faction a sort of privileged access to emotion and memory areas in the brain. And because nose breathing is smelling nasal inhalation provides sort of entry point by which breathing rhythms can modulate brain activity in these structures. So just the act of breathing in through your nose. Does. He knows also sense air is coming in and alert these this pathway and the end point in your brain, the eighth something interesting about to happen paint it. Yes, actually, it does. So the the receptors inside of the nasal cavity are not only responsive to chemical. So they're not only monitoring the chemicals in our environment. But they also are the Kano receptors so they can detect the air flowing in and out of the the nose. Yes. And we found that these natural respiratory rhythms. Just breathing even in the absence of any smell drives activity in olfactory areas. But interestingly these these respiratory driven brainwaves, they don't stop there. So we found that they also propagate to nearby limbic structures, the the ones involved in motion and memory. So what this? Means is that as we breathe activity across the limbic system is rhythmically increasing and decreasing within hails and exiles in this pattern. What we found is that it's only present when you're breathing through your nose. So if you breathe through your mouth that rhythmic limbic activity goes away, you know, a lot of us believe maybe eroneous -ly that you can suddenly smell something that you remember from thirty years ago is that a real thing or a want? Well, for me, it's real. But why is that something special to that sensory organ? Yeah. You know, the evidence is not clear that the study's sort of conflicting on that. A couple of studies have found that perhaps factory member memories tend to be earlier not necessarily stronger, but I would say there's no. Clear consensus on on whether or not that's true. What what about breathing through your mouth? Does that do anything for you? I mean, we we as far as is tasting food. We've always been told that you smell the food through your nose and helps your taste buds of taste which actually doing. Is. There a connection. Right. That is true. That's a good point. And that's that's what's called retro nasal factions. So when when we have food inside of our mouths, the air can get from our oral cavity into our nasal cavity. But it flows in the backwards direction. So it's going outward rather than inward, and it definitely impacts flavors and tastes. Yes. Let's talk about your study. How were you able to study this? I understand that you able to test this with an F MRI. Oh, actually, no..

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"nose breathing" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"There you go and buy by that. I mean, the ability to perform, I did watch road to destruction. Yeah, the the main was pretty fun. It was Trent and Okada from chaos Tren versus juice and Tana Ohashi two of the biggest baby faces walking the earth fun little tag, Trenton Tana sheet base square off. Some they massive right at man. It was it was a, it was a real deal. I love that. That's all the time. She's got his movie coming out. My dad's a heel wrestler. I mean, I can't wait the fucking subtitles, please. Remember when tunnel she cut his area said like a like a bowl cut for a minute. Movie shot that's coming out called by my dad is as my heel wrestler. That's the translation so that that's about the his hair now is back in its full glory. Zany family wrestling based comedy. I don't know. I don't. It doesn't. I mean, the clips that I've seen it seems that it's, it's like based in reality like this kids at school and kinda like kids are this my impression, not understanding the language seems tree. Kids kinda give him shit like, oh, your dad's an asshole, red band trailer. Well, yeah, I just, you know, it's not not dissimilar to Randy ordinance experienced growing up and being at school and people like, oh, is your dad's arm feeling any better? You fucking liar, triple w. universe where failing out to you now get us a copy of that movie with English, subtitles, region, free reason. Or a link? No, yes. Tom, I will take a hard copy that's and and just send proof of purchase with it. In the laundry room for fifteen minutes. Can you believe. Sip sip, sip, a, but. The only other things I wanted to make sure that we got out there from. Star cast that didn't record were. Dave, our cat at one of the best pitches I'd ever heard 'cause they did the Joey Ryan rez erection and they had all the the penises come as ereck like druids heads, and he goes, I just, I was I was wanted them to do like all of a sudden you just hear Dong. And we were like, oh my God. That's fucking brilliant. If you're gonna do the donkey friend of the show, David Arquette great guy, great guy, and his donkey pitch was great, and he was nursing a fresh tattoo of RIC flair on his arm. When I say they really got moments ago in the vending in the vendor's room, there was a tattoo artist, and there was a wait. There was a weight stark casts hat to Artem. The only other thing was at Michael kief that saw aren't Intel eating, vending machine sandwiches on a bench Toronto kief. He in fact, did stop by the star cast hotel just in time to see, aren't Intel eating, vending machine sandwiches on offense, together shades of Applebee's God. I mean, it's just just peeling back the plastic on the next salad or whatever it may be is this fucking thing. This am i. tuna-fishing reminding chicken up thought the supposed to be a cheese Anderson turns into Jessica. Simpson. I like to think that aren't turned Atelli and just goes, come a long way baby, and then they cheers the sandwiches. They make that little noise. And then they both start eating. He just as the news, I fucking idea how give you half a mind. You could half yours. It's like we're having the same fucking thing. I've they both. There's a lot of heavy nose breathing while they do, oh, big time. That one picture we saw with the the, the guy I forget who it was. It was somebody who listens had a picture with the the horsemen yes, with the obviously. He was the RIC flair. But aren't as huge, Ernest gigan-, gigantic and we don't mean muscular. He's just a mountain of a man man mountain rock. That's right. I don't know what else. I wanted to discuss. You're looking at your notes. Oh, oh my God. Sibley is already in the dot. Damn Instagram, OMG moment. Looking for butts looking for butts looking for butts been watching the season storytime. Only the Jeff Ardy story where they animate the. I still haven't watched the Bruce purchased and. Easy, treat.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"You can just look it up. It's just a strip you put over your mouth just like it's like taping your mouths shut. Sounds ridiculous. There science behind it. I mean, just Google it. Look it up like this look up what it means, you know sleep with your mouth taped shut. The short answer, and I'm going to butcher this because I don't retain information like this. That will. But from what I recall, it's about producing more CO two than is taking in oxygen. And so when you breathe through your nose, you produce more CO two, it's supposed to be healthier for you period. There's also some indication to that. You turn on different systems by breathing through your mouth or breathing through your nose. So the most relaxed state that we have is to breathe through our nose breathing out through our nose, and it turns on other systems in the body when you start to breathe through your mouth. So a lot of times your heart rate can be lower. If you're just breathing through your nose, there's even some evidence to that. It might be good for training. Not necessarily like heavy intense lifting, but just light light cardio sessions and stuff. And I, I've done cardio sessions with the mouth taped shut to the a lot of people looking at you weird, but those are those are challenging action, very hard because start breathe hard. And first thing you want to do is open your mouth. But yeah, that was that was huge thing for me, sleep wise and also, you know, create them. Create a really weird thing. You know, if I take and this is a product that we have coming out very soon, it's called mind bullet, and it's been sitting here on this table for while and you can see the kind of wacky logo that we got there. But mind bull is create him and I've been utilizing him for the last year and a half. I will take about three or four of them in the morning to kind of spike me, kinda wake me up. Make me more alert. I've talked about this many times how sometimes herbs like this can take you to places that you otherwise can't get to and your brain. And so it's probably I love and so that that's why stand behind it. And that's why created it. I would not bring it to the general public. I didn't think it had value now where it's interesting is to go to sleep. You can also take it now. I've never noticed taking it and then being like boom out cold. I never. I never had that feeling. But it just will take the edge off a little bit. So if I'm gonna have before bed, I usually just have one or two in the morning when I want to feel a little bit more ramped up a have like three or four. The key to the product though is is to have it on an empty stomach. I gotta say that I don't notice much from it when how food, especially if I have a lot of food and it might be a long time before hits me. It's like it's hard to tell when it's gonna hit you when he got food. But when you don't have food takes about twenty thirty minutes to hit you with by taking it with like orange juice or something citrusy or Siddiqi. I, I haven't messed with that, but I've heard people say that's affected and you can also do it with like seltzer water or something that's got some bubbles in it. Like, have you tried that? No, not you just heard of it and I've just I've never bothered. Yeah. Yes, this is a product that we we've been working on and the pri- be out in the next two, three weeks, right? Josh. Yeah, we've been. We've been slaving away. We've been slaving away at some other products too excited about, but. Anyway. Anything else on the bodybuilding? Yeah. Did you have any crazy blowouts with all the food you're eating. You know this the last couple of days shit, my fucking rains. It's been. It's been amazing. I is is really weird..

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"nose breathing" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Your stress, sympathetic nervous system turns search attorney that off and turns at state change. Exactly. So the para sympathetic, and then you can get into the oxygen advantages, a great book that talks about that. You should get that guy on the podcast McKenzie's doing some interesting Brian partner with some guy from Booker. He's doing some research on this is doing a Maka reveal too much, but he's doing some stuff that will be accessible. Also big shout out to just out of Savoy. Dear neck injury and surgery. So we just wish him well, but thinking about him a lot. So, yeah, he's doing a lot of easily Wim Hof users renegade into the mainstream. And then lured Laird Hamilton, Gabby res mental, their friends of mine, and but realizing how powerful like I've done, I've done DM t of done Iowa. I've done things like that. But when I realized that, oh, it really is the breath. It isn't the, you know, there's a place for psychedelics and all that stuff. In our culture, there always has been for me like I see that door that's open just through breathing exercises every morning. I didn't say that in my morning thing, I do breath work. So I do all nose breathing and I do some inhale, hold some exile hold and stuff like that and that. Is there a specific protocol that you it here too, that people who are listening and find somewhere online? Or is there a condition like where can people learn more? Well, there's certainly a lot of tradition, but again, when Hof has some stuff, XP t- life dot com with Gabby and Reese have a lot of stuff on it. I have a very simple thing that. In hill for five count. Hold for five count. Exhale for five count, hold for five count, and then just keep repeating that, right, and it will completely shift your brain in your state and and do it all through the nose. These are ancient practices. It just it's great how it's now come back around and now the performance guys and the and the, you know, all of these different types of people are like, oh, wow, the breath stuff. I mean, this is ancient to mow, breathing from the the monks that would go out naked and put sheets of cold wet cloth on there, and they generate so much. They drive the damn cloth off. So so breath is huge in changing the brain state, and then you have, you know, obviously food and you and I both agree go for plants and eat as many as you can get the nutrient rich ones. There's a place for superfoods, right? The place is because our modern day stripped out food and overstressed. We need these damn plants to counteract that stress, obviously, move exercise, move your by these change. I mean, I remember my master's program in psychology. One lady was kinda freaking out like going through a process and on the in the HD teacher said, I hear you. Could you just run around the the class? She was like, what. Just take a little jog because that little jog that took ten seconds changed her complete state, right? So we underestimate how powerful these foundational things are. And then I would think and then quickly is I would also eliminate electromagnetic field as much as possible. Turn off your damn WI fi at night. Don't sleep with that. You don't need it. You're not looking at your turn off that state of stress get out in the damn son with no sunscreen. If you shame on you, if you're freaked about the sun least do it in the first few minutes without sunscreen, because nine SPF sunscreen cuts down your vitamin d production by ninety nine percent.

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"nose breathing" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"nose breathing" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Found what can i get into central landon wiggled way here to a hero's good morning rambo that is a special stuff yeah yeah is major trying to get healthy right yeah i'm that makes you have the mess up chris a box will crispy creams who make you have the body of a god this will always y buddha cream doughnut get joked on a hit and coffee and you blow coffee back out your nose the whole maxwell draw now i'll take a joke i guess i gotta tell you coffee story dan moms in the morning get your early morning for me some coffee and put some cream and sugar put enough staffing to kill the flavor and i took i took sweet and thought i was going to die i thought you know you really can't have coffee anyway way i just couldn't believe i looked at it it looked like remember how mill colonel and have little streaks tho minutes pour me another half of it and got smell smelling man something's wrong with this she's not secede you need to taste this she said oh mother said oh the call he's good this morning so she tasted it and she said my gosh what is it we got thinking she said that's vinegar she had cleaned out the coffee pot coffee machine this thing you poor at four you know like you know six from watery in this guy how what this thing anyways in this got a reservoir a reservoir she had poured through she thought she cleaned it out so we had vinegar and coffee lord that was hey mothered already hit two cup to cook she is good this morning really holy smokes pointing out pointing out the nose breathing vinegar stink really it tastes like italian dressing but italian dressing in coffee is a bad combination hi chug we appreciate you calling and so but it took weeks to another childhood friend was he.

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