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You’ve probably heard many different tips and tricks that may help make running easier. Whether it’s how to pace yourself, your stance, or the timing of your breath, we’re all looking for a way to gain an edge and run with ease. It might surprise you to learn that the way you breathe can make or break your running performance. Mouth breathing hinders it, while nasal breathing boosts it. There are various benefits of nose breathing while running. For example, the nose boosts oxygenation rates, takes the body out of fight or flight mode, and helps us run faster and harder for longer distances by increasing endurance. We’ve gathered the top three benefits of nose breathing while running to help keep you on your A-game no matter what your run throws your way.
The dreaded afternoon slump gets in the way of productivity for most of us. Whether it’s work that needs completing, chores that need tackling, or moments that you need to be alert while watching your kids, fatigue can get the better of us and zap our energy. Thankfully, breathing exercises have been shown to help beat fatigue and increase energy, giving us the “pick me up” we need to tackle whatever the day throws our way. Most of us don’t breathe efficiently throughout the day. In fact, most people breathe through the mouth, which zaps our energy and forces our bodies to work harder than they need to. Breathing exercises, which focus on optimal breathing and slowing down our breath rate, correct our oxygen exchange and bring the body back to its peak operating state.
The Oxygen Advantage, created by Patrick McKeown, is largely recognized and followed in the breathwork community. But what is it and how can it help to boost our health?

Something as automatic as breathing doesn’t need to be delved into, right? Wrong. The way you breathe affects the way your entire body functions. If you breathe through your mouth, you’re harming your body, mind, and health. That’s why it’s so vital to learn how to stop being a mouth breather. 

As humans, we’re fortunate enough to have two methods of respiration - through our noses, and through our mouths. However, not all breathing is created equal. As it turns out, breathing through our noses is the far superior method of respiration. 
Waking up with a dry mouth is not only uncomfortable, but it can lead to a variety of short and long-term health issues. In this article, we'll explore what causes you to wake up with a dry mouth, why it should be a concern, and how you can put a stop to it with one simple step.
It is our privilege to share this article that was published in the New York Times and written by Malia Wollan.
This simple habit is the best CPAP machine hack for overcoming mouth breathing and optimizing this sleep apnea treatment.
The following article was published on Mind Body Green, written by Mark Burhenne, DDS, on March 6, 2019.

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