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Deep breathing can help you prevent and manage your stress. It can reverse the impacts of fight – or – flight response, such as increase heart rate and blood pressure. Breathe...

  • When stressed to calm yourself
  • Before an important task to increase focus
  • Each day to check in with yourself
  • When you anticipate stressful moments

Breathing in, I calm body and mind. Breathing out, I smile. - Thich Nhat Hanh


4-Count Belly Breath

You can do it whenever you want, and you don't need any special tools or equipment – all you need is your breath. The next time you are stressed, take a few breaths to stimulate your body’s natural relaxation response with deep breathing. Keep calm and breathe on. Print this list of breathing exercises to help you practice the 4 count belly breath.




Breathing Routine Video

Take two minutes to try this single exercise. Remember to open up and breathe deeply throughout