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breathe

The property of a layer of a material that permits air and/or moisture to pass through it without damaging the layer.
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I had to fly low to get sufficient air to breathe, but I took a straight course across an old sea bottom and so had to rise only a few feet above the ground.
The fresh air that had come in through the open door made it easier to breathe, but the rushing sound overhead grew louder, and as I looked upward through the bars of my empty rack I saw a red light flickering on the wall.
Learning to breathe properly can calm your mind, reduce stress and decrease pain," says Dr David Lewis, neurophysiologist at Sussex University's Mindlab in Brighton.
When I learned to breathe better, my health improved.
We don't need to think hard about the importance of breathing; we need to breathe to live.
Shaikh has said that Helping Babies Breathe is an evidencebased educational programme aimed to teach neonatal resuscitation techniques in resourcestarved areas.
Your ribcage should move as little as pos-sible--if it lifts upwards as you breathe in, your upper lungs are filling up too much and not enough air is getting to the bottom of your lungs.
Then they were made to slow deep breathe (six seconds of inhalation and six seconds of exhalation) for five minutes and were again made to solve the same matrices.
When you breathe out, imagine you are breathing in peace and breathing out stress.
You breathe differently when you are furious, calm, sleeping or crying.
You may think that emphasising on the right way to breathe is an overreaction.