Anyone who can regulate and control their breath will be sure to solve problems of pain in the hip, shoulder, back and neck. Only an in-depth analysis can help uncover why this is so.
Few people really take notice of the way they breathe. Otherwise they would realize that breathing has to be done right to take full of advantage of the benefits.
Breath that is quick and low and is somewhat held back usually requires more work from the body thus making pain more intense. The breath tends to have an effect on movement and how much pain is felt.
Without a doubt, take a simple exercise where you stand and sit down with different breathing levels. Begin by sitting then get up a number of times. The first time you stand up try to hold your breath and the second time take a deep breath when you are getting up.
While standing up, it is easier to breathe because the body muscles are in expansion and when you hold your breath, the muscles are cringing or contracting. Many people actually tend to do exactly this when they are sitting down from a standing up position.
The right breathing is bound to make our health better as well as relieve you from pain. Breathing calls for action from the respiratory muscles.
Since the diaphragm happens to be an essential respiratory muscle, proper breathing is usually known as diaphragmatic breathing. If the diaphragm is working well, we breathe well and if it is not working well, we have problems breathing.
This diaphragm is found in the chest and it can be seen to look like a parachute. It is located underneath the lungs and heart but just on top of the digestive organs of the body like the stomach, gall bladder, small intestines, large intestines, liver and pancreas.