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Our Breath, the Best First-aid

Majid Ali, M.D.

I must love my breath so my breath will love me.

Nature chose oxygen to drive all aspects of human evolution. I need not surprise us that without this colorless and odorless gas, we can live only for a few minutes. machine. We breathe to bring oxygen in and expel carbon dioxide and some toxins out of the body.

There is a wonderful first-aid kit that everyone can carry around at all times. You can't lose it. It is always there when you need it. This "first aid" is a special way of breathing. I call it "limbic breathing."

If you watch a small baby breathe when it's asleep, you can see the natural way we all used to breathe.

We see the baby's belly come out. (The large muscle called the diaphragm lowers into the abdominal cavity.) The lungs expand into the extra space. There is then a vacuum in the lungs. Air flows through the nose or mouth into the lungs.

Now notice how you are breathing. How many breaths do you usually take in one minute? Are you raising your rib cage and shoulders to get air into your lungs?

Many people are surprised that different ways of breathing affect our body differently.

Sit in a comfortable chair; place your hands on your lap. Place your feet flat on the floor. Clear your mind, and focus on some simple thing: a picture on the wall, a burning candle, or a flower or other plant.

The first part of limbic breathing is like the baby's breathing. Let your belly out as you let your diaphragm press down into the abdominal cavity. It may feel funny because we have tried to hold our bellies in for many years! Mentally count to four as you take in your breath through your nose to fill up your lungs. Hold your breath in for a count of four.

Then slowly let the air out through your nose to a count of eight. Repeat this until you are able to breathe in an easy rhythm. Breathe in, two, three, four; hold, two, three, four; breathe out, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. After some practice, let your breath out more slowly, to the count of 12. Later, try it to a count of 14, and finally, 16.

You can practice limbic breathing for a few minutes at any time of day. Do it when you feel stressed or are upset. Do it for 30 minutes when you feel stressed or you are upset. Do it for 30 minutes when you want to relax deeply. Limbic breathing allows more time for oxygen to pass from air sacs in the lungs to the capillaries in the lungs. Limbic breathing reduces stress. It relaxes you before taking a test and helps you think more clearly. It's a good thing to do before going for an important interview.

You will find many health benefits from regular limbic breathing: It will strengthen your immune system. It helps normalize your blood pressure. At night, it can help you fall asleep. It's a wonderful first-aid kit!

I present detailed information about Limbic Breathing in my book entitled The Cortical Monkey and Healing and my DVD entitled Limbic Breathing (available at this web site and by phone 973-586-4111) for valuable information concerning the basic ideas concerning health and disease in this tutorial.

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