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Breathing well is an art. Oddly enough, the automatic respiration that we do every day without even realizing it, causes us mental and physical disorders. It is one thing to breathe to survive, and quite another to breathe to improve our body.
A bad breath it is responsible for a high level of stress in children, and most of the vocal cord disorders they suffer from. So, learn to breathe Well, it is essential in our days to have good health, both mental and physical.
We tell you why the Respiratory physiotherapy improves children's health.
Of course, we must not less appreciate our unconscious breathing, it is clear that if we did not breathe we would be quite damaged, not to say dead, but during our evolution we have lost the art of breathing well.
When we are born and during the baby stage, we take a deep breath diaphragmatic, that is to say, a breath with the gut, so when babies sleep you can see how their little tummies rise and fall. However, with the passage of time and stress, breathing takes a back seat in our lives and we begin to perform a chest breathing, that is, with the chest.
The consequences of chest breathing is a shallow breathing, irregular and accelerated. It is less productive respiration, as it does not reach the end of the lungs and carries less oxygen to our cells.
On the contrary, deep or diaphragmatic breathing increases the level of oxygen in the blood, instantly relaxes us, makes children release the tensions of the day, increases their energy level, controls their heartbeat, and improves the diaphragm capacity, which causes that when we speak we do not force the vocal chords, and let us breathe out with our stomach, something like singers do.
With these respiratory physiotherapy exercises You can teach your child to relax, especially when they are nervous or have a tantrum, as well as improve their ability to speak without straining their voice.
Let's activate a conscious breathing for about 10 minutes.
For it, we will knock down the child on a mat on the floor, or in bed. The child should have relaxed neck and shoulders, and should breathe slowly, smoothly and quietly.
The air must travel to the end of the lungs, swelling the belly and opening the ribs.
We must not force the expiration of the air, but it must come out freely, and with it the ABS.
1. We will take air through the nose and blow it through the mouth while we say an S long, without exhausting the air.
2. We will inhale the air through the nose and exhale it through the mouth again, but this time in two more or less equal times.
3. We will repeat the same previous exercise but in three beats, and then in 4 beats.
4. We will inspire during 3 seconds and we will expire for 6 seconds. We will increase the time to 5 seconds of aspiration and 10 seconds of expiration.
5. We will breathe deeply through the nose and exhale through the mouth quickly and intermittently, as if we were repeatedly ordering silence.
At first it will take a while for them to do the breaths correctly, but with 10 minutes twice a week, children will learn to relax alone with this technique whenever they need it, we will improve their episodes of aphonia and prevent them from appearing nodules in the throat. Without a doubt, the respiratory physiotherapy improves health of children considerably, try it yourself and see for yourself.
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