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Brain Respiratory tract 

Sleep apnoea

Illustration of partly blocked throat – sleep apnoea Sleep apnoea, or obstructive sleep apnoea, happens when a person’s throat is partly or completely blocked while they are asleep. The breathing of a person with sleep apnoea can stop for anywhere between a few and 90 seconds, and they wake briefly. These episodes, which can happen many times a night, are known as apnoeas. The sufferer is often unaware of it happening, but will wake feeling tired. Sleep apnoea ranges from mild to severe. In severe cases, sleep can be interrupted…

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Respiratory tract 

BREATHING EXERCISES TO RELIEVE STRESS

Perhaps you belong to those who are already taking the title of this article grimaced. Breathe but apparently we know already from birth, if it were true, it can also reduce stress, this is already done! Yet it is true and that you need to do. Why? Simply because oxygen has a wonderful influence on us. Observe your reactions to stressful situations and how quickly you will find that when you breathe shallow and short, and hardly catch your breath. Catch it and breathe deeply, you will find how much…

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