Breathing is the process that moves air in and out of the lungs.

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Work out 5 times a week, out of breath

So I exercise 5 times a week by lifting weights as well as 30 mins of cardio and some stretching every day. I still find myself running out of breath when walking uphill during my daily commute, for ...
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Increasing prevalence of Allergies and Poly-sensitivity in Athletes, why?

This publication claims increasing prevalence of allergies in elite athletes and "[o]ver 80% of allergic [elite] athletes are poly-sensitized". Yet this is not just an issue of elite athletes, ...
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Meditation (Relaxation or breathing exercises) after exercise - Is it a good practice?

Is it a good practice to meditate or do some breathing exercises (like Pranayam, Analom-Vilom) soon after daily gym exercise? It felt to me that during our gym exercises the heartbeat rate increases ...
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Is it possible to permanently lower one's breathing rate?

There's a lot of talk on the internet about lowering one's breathing rate through breathing exercises, but the implication seems to be that this lowered rate is temporary, and that once one ...
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Tingling sensation at fast lifting

Up do date, I could make 10 pull ups. I pull up slowly. This helps me to recover energy by breathing. Breathing is intensified just to supply the energy I needed to lift myself. Today however, I ...
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Improving breathing in a deeply bent leg situation (diaphragm compression?)

I don't know if this is something idiosyncratic or just something that everyone deals with, but I have a difficult time breathing when my diaphragm is compressed, such as when I'm crouching (which ...
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difficulty with deep breathing, should I persevere?

I'm currently training fitness generally and a big part of that for me is running, I noticed that the hardest part was breathing fast enough and at some point I'd usually lose a breathing rhythm and ...