Yes! You heard it right; you can get rid of your hanging belly after-section with simple exercise!
How to do that, stay with me, and I’ll show you step by step!
Deep-Breathing Take a slow and gentle deep-breathe, hold on for a moment or two, feel the tightening muscles on your stomach, then breathe out through your mouth repeat for 5 to times for starting.
Belly-Breathing Put one hand on your belly just below your ribs and the other hand on your chest, take a deep breath through your nose and let your stomach push your hand out. Breathe out through pursed lips as if you are whistling. Feel the needle on your Belly, go in, and use it to push all the air out. Do this breathing exercise 3 to 5 times for starting.
It makes you feel good, ease pains, mental clarity, and above all, it burns fats in the bellies and stomach, so as well it helps to detoxify.
Deep and Belly breathing is a type of exercise that makes you aware of your breath, so when you inhale (take in air) through your nose, the breathing is long and slow, and the atmosphere fills your lungs.
The second part of the exercise is to blow all the air from your lungs, nice and slow. You should see your lower belly rise when you breathe in and lower when you breathe out.
In Japan, deep breathing is a routine for everybody, from the small children to the adult, almost everybody starts the day with deep-breathing.
How to do deep breathing in a natural and straightforward way
It is how to do the exercise!
Close your eyes for a few minutes and imagine yourself enjoying nature or other places relaxing. Then take a deep breath through the nose and count to ten. Release the breath through the mouth until you have pushed all the air out. Then repeat the exercise five to ten times.
List of things to do in deep breathing exercises to attain a good result.
- Find a quiet and comfortable place where you can sit or lie down where no one will bother you for a while.
- Sit or lie in a comfortable position with your back straight.
- Take a couple of “cleansing breathe” (breathing in through your nose and breathing out through your mouth).
- In breathing through your nose and out through your mouth, you should observe that your abdominal muscles tighten, flex, and contrast.
- Inhale slowly; this should take about 10 seconds ( you can count on your head to 10) so that your lower abdomen rises. Now exhale slowly through your mouth for another 10 seconds.
- Try to get a routine and practice deep breathing for 5 to 10 minutes each day.
Practicing helps you get into a routine, and you can use deep breathing whenever you feel like to, either when you want to relax, calm down, and get rid of your belly fats.
Research conducted at Hampton University found that the combination of yoga and deep breathing exercise helped overweight teens lose weight. Sixty high school teens were divided into two groups.
- The first group received 40 minutes of yoga and performed deep breathing exercises four times a week for 12 weeks.
- The second group stayed with their routine.
The research found threat the group did yoga and deep breathing lost an average body weight of 6 pounds with no daily caloric intake restriction.
How to Perform the Exercise in a standing position
- Stand with one leg forward and the other back.
- Strain your gluten muscles while transferring your weight to your back foot.
- Slowly inhale for 3 seconds while lifting your arms above your head.
- Exhale forcefully but carefully for 7 seconds while straining all of your body muscles.
Perform this exercise every day for 2-10 minutes. It will allow your body to use more oxygen to help you burn fat and strengthen your muscles and increase your metabolism.
5 Eating Habit associated with a deep breathing exercise for a flatter stomach
1. Watch what you’re eating.
Avoid too much food at one meal. Overeating or eating too quickly could cause bloating. If you keep long hours of gap between two meals, you tend to eat more since you’re starving and overestimate your appetite.
As a result, your Belly puffs up since the excess food cannot be digested quickly as well. Eating fast causes you to swallow excess air, which leads to gas formalist in your stomach.
2. Eat smaller meals.
The key to reducing bloating is to consume smaller but frequent meals. It prevents you from getting hungry and overeating.
Additionally, smaller meals help your body process lesser food at one time, so your digestive system isn’t affected.
3. Chew your food.
Ensure you have sufficient time to sit down and eat your meal. Chew your food slowly and eat mindfully.
Avoid watching TV while eating your meal since you tend to get distracted and overeat in the process.
Pay attention to every bite, so you know you’re eating right.
4. Do not talk while eating.
Again, if you tend to talk a lot during your meals, it will cause you to swallow excess air and your foods, ultimately making you bloat. Unless’s’s a minimal chit-chat, avoid speaking non-stop while having your meals.
5. Drink more water than usual.
It is essential to detox your body, and the best way you can do this is by keeping yourself always hydrated, especially during the summer season. Water removes all the imperf toxins found in your body and keeps you full; thus, it helps prevent further bloating.
Foods you must avoid bloating.
When trying to reduce bloating to achieve a flatter stomach, you should avoid consuming foods that produce gas and lead to bloating.
Certain fibrous fruits and veggies.
- sweet potato
- sweet potatoes
While you are avoiding gas-producing foods, there is some foods item that can help you reduce bloating.
- rice bread
Incorporate Deep breathing and Belly breathing with good habits for a better you.
Breathing, we do it every day. We don’t even need to think about it. But what if we did take the time to think about it. Not just regular breathing. The deep, saturating breathe that makes our skin tingle. You can do it anytime, whenever you are, whatever you are doing. There are no fancy steps that you need to take if you wish.
Breathe in slowly and deeply through your nose. Draw in the air and feel it fill your lungs.
Exhale slowly through your mouth; you can feel the air saturating your body. Aside from the right feeling, there are more good benefits such as weight loss or burning of fats, which helps in detoxifying, relaxation, ease pains, and mental clarity.
When we are experiencing an emotional reaction, slow deep breathing triggers the release of endorphins, producing a calming effect. Who would have thought something so simple could do so much for us.
Practice deep breathing throughout your day, and you will quickly begin to notice the benefit.
Thank you so much for stopping by and finding time to read this post. I hope I was able to provide you with helpful information.
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