The right way to breathe is deep down in our abdomens. But in stress situations we mostly hold our stomach tight and start breathing shallowly. This also contributes to stress and creates a vicious circle.
Shallow breathing leads to an imbalance of the metabolism, because it delivers less air per breath into our lungs. Less air per breath means that we take more frequent breaths, but this only makes it worse, because it is triggering lots of physical changes that constrict our blood vessels and may trigger arterial spasms. The result of this whole process is less oxygen reaches the brain, the heart and the rest of the body.
The continiuous undersupply of oxygen can contribute to fatigue, depression, stress, anxiety, panic attacks, headaches, high blood pressure, asthma, or even back pain.
In sessions with me you will also release the obstacles, which may prevent you to breathe in a natural way. I will guide you to breathe consciously through painful emotions. You will discover where you tend to hold on your breathing, and you will learn how to remain present and centered in difficult and uncomfortable situations.
Thus the mind becomes calmer and fear issues are released.
Often a different expanded perspective of your life situation emerges.