Experts say more parents are using breathwork to help their children cope with life’s daily pressures that have been made worse by the global coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
Experts say more parents are using breathwork to help their children cope with life’s daily pressures that have been made worse by the global coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
Wellness

Breathwork can improve your mental and physical health and your children’s – learn to breathe better to help manage stress, depression and anxiety

  • Chronic mouth breathing – inhaling heavily through the mouth, not lightly through the nose – can trigger problems from poor sleep to difficulty concentrating
  • Experts say more parents are using breathwork to help their children cope with life’s increased pressures during the pandemic, and to focus on the present

Experts say more parents are using breathwork to help their children cope with life’s daily pressures that have been made worse by the global coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
Experts say more parents are using breathwork to help their children cope with life’s daily pressures that have been made worse by the global coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
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