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How Do I Breathe? (First Science Books) epub

by Volker Theinhardt,Ulrik Hvass


How Do I Breathe? (First Science Books) epub

ISBN: 0670811963

ISBN13: 978-0670811960

Author: Volker Theinhardt,Ulrik Hvass

Category: Medical Books

Subcategory: Basic Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Viking Juvenile (October 8, 1986)

Pages: 24 pages

ePUB book: 1461 kb

FB2 book: 1396 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 244

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Describes, in simple terms, the process of breathing, how the lungs absorb oxygen from the air and expel water vapor and carbon monoxide.

One of the first lessons in the Yogi Science of Breath, Is to learn how to breathe through the nostrils, and to overcome the common practice of mouth-breathing

One of the first lessons in the Yogi Science of Breath, Is to learn how to breathe through the nostrils, and to overcome the common practice of mouth-breathing. The breathing mechanism of Man is so constructed that he may breathe either through the mouth or nasal tubes, but it is a matter of vital importance to him which method he follows, as one brings health and strength and the other disease and weakness. It should not be necessary to state to the student that the proper method of breathing is to take the breath through the nostrils, but alas! the ignorance among civilized people regarding.

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The first part of the book is devoted to the physical phase of the Science of Breath; then the psychic and mental sides are considered, and finally the spiritual side is touched upon. We may be pardoned if we express ourselves as pleased with our success in condensing so much Yogi lore into so few pages, and by the use of words and terms which may be understood by anyone.

How to Breathe Underwater is unbelievably good: the humiliations and cruelties and passions of childhood, sparkling fresh prose, a writer with a big . It’s that sort of book. Nick Hornby, The Believer.

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How do I breathe properly? .

How do I breathe properly? Update Cancel. It feels unnatural at first and you need some practice, being the reason that nobody told us this was the proper way of breathing. Breath in first by trying to raise the book, so you are pushing your tummy outwards from the bottom up. Once you have near filled your lungs in this way, then allow your chest to expand as you fill the rest of your lungs. Then maintain your chest in this expanded position and allow your exhale to cause your tummy to deflate first, followed by your chest.

The Books of Breathing are several late ancient Egyptian funerary texts, intended to enable deceased people to continue to exist in the afterlife. The earliest known copy dates to about 350 BC. Other copies come from the Ptolemaic and Roman periods of Egyptian history, as late as the second century AD. It is a simplified form of the Book of the Dead.

Describes, in simple terms, the process of breathing, how the lungs absorb oxygen from the air and expel water vapor and carbon monoxide.