Some good points about breathing.
One should normally breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth.
When breathing in through the nose, the mouth should be closed, and the
tongue should touch the roof of the mouth.
If the tongue rests against the very front of the roof of the mouth
(touching the teeth), this will have a calming effect. If the tongue is curled
back so that it touches the soft palate, this will have a stimulating effect.
Once you've trained yourself to breathe in through the nose and out
through the mouth without having to direct it consciously. You will notice that
breathing in through the mouth and out through the nose has a sedative
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