Find the Right Breathing Exercise For You!

One of the best things we can do for our bodies is simply to breathe - to stop for a moment and fill the lungs with oxygen that give energy to the whole body. Some people believe that smoking a cigarette, for example, can calm them. But in fact, the nicotine that is lacking in their bodies, and which they indulge in, causes them to be more nervous than usual. However, even with the nicotine entering their bodies, they are performing one of the oldest and most effective exercises for relaxation. If you feel stressed or anxious right now, answer the questions that appear in the next test and find out what is the perfect breathing exercise for you at the moment. Do the exercise according to the instructions given, and just let yourself relax...
Choose the crystal that you think is most reassuring:
Blue crystal
Yellow crystal
White crystal
Purple crystal
Choose the most soothing shade of blue:
Dark Blue
Light Blue
Royal Blue
A woman getting a head massage
What treatment would you like to receive right now?
A pampering massage and releasing
A long conversation about all my problems
A Chocolate treatment - chocolate solves everything!
Art therapy
A woman sitting on her bed throwing books around
How stressed are you at this moment on a scale of 1 to 4?
Green vegetation
Choose the most soothing shade of green:
Bright green
Dark green
Light green
A stone tower
What do you do to reduce stress in your life?
Take a warm and pleasant bath
Run or workout
Use herbal and natural remedies
Wing of an airplane in the air
Choose the perfect relaxing place to escape to:
A small hut in the middle of nature
Island in the middle of the sea
A cliff in the wild
Urban promenade
A woman hiding her face and ears with 4 hands
How do you feel right now?
Worn out
Full of energy
Choose the most soothing shade of purple:
Light purple
Dark purple
Pale purple
Royal purple
A clock in the sand
How long have you been carrying these feelings of stress?
A day or two
A few days to a week
A few weeks to a month
A few months to a year
Breathing through alternating nostrils will calm you down
A woman meditating
According to your answers, your stress isn’t too bad, and you can handle what is currently happening on your own, so your breathing exercise will be easy and simple. Block one nostril, take a breath through the opposite nostril for 5-7 seconds, block the other nostril, and release the inhalation through the first closed nostril for 5-7 seconds. Do this for 2 minutes, then switch nostril roles and perform the exercise for another 2 minutes. The stress will soon dissipate.
A body-scan breath will calm you down
A woman taking a deep breath
According to your answers, you seem to be floating on air, and you can’t find your grounding to walk in the direction you’d like. To change this feeling all you have to do is lie on your back, and start breathing deeply while you scan your body from head to toe. Release each muscle in turn, according to your breathing rate, and repeat it up to 3 times a day to reset your thoughts and retake control of your life.
The 4-7-8 breathing technique will calm you down
A woman looking at nature with her hands spread out
Your answers indicate that you have a lot of stress and are on the verge of a panic attack, so you may want to do the following exercise now: breathe in for 4 seconds, hold your breath for 7 seconds and exhale for 8 seconds. Repeat the exercise 20-30 times, preferably lying in bed, and it will be able to calm you down and even provide you with good sleep and a night without worries and stress.
The breath of fire will calm you down
A woman in front of a sunset
From your answers, you seem to be a bit tired and stressed at the same time, so we recommend the following breathing exercise: sit up tall and breathe in and out through your nose, pulling your abdomen in with each exhale. When inhaling push out your abdomen. Shorten each breath and pick up the pace, making sure your breathing is loud and quick. Make sure your breaths are equal in strength and length. Do it for 1-3 minutes.
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