By Sarah Bull, The Sun, Feb 16, 2022
“Square breathing gives you something physical to focus on, and counting the seconds and synchronizing the breath can have a grounding effect and reduce the wandering of the mind,” psychiatrist and sleep physician Alex Dimitriu, M.D. said. “In square breathing, the prolonged exhalation phase also results in the lungs pushing on the heart a bit, which in turn, makes the heart beat more slowly.”
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