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Breathing Retraining Exercises Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a breathing retraining worksheet. It will help you to reduce your anxiety and stress levels.
What is the Breathing Retraining Exercises Worksheet?
Recent studies have shown that continued over-breathing can leave you feeling exhausted or “on edge” so that you’re more likely to respond to stressful situations with intense anxiety and panic. The way you breathe affects your whole body. Breath Retraining exercises are all such exercises that help you to retrain and breathe slowly to reduce your anxiety.
How will Breathing Retraining Exercises Worksheet help?
By using breathing retraining you can slow your breathing down and reduce your general level of anxiety. With enough practice, it can even help to better cope with anxiety when you are in an anxious situation.
Instructions on how to use the Breathing Retraining Exercises Worksheet
Use this self-explanatory worksheet to learn breathing retraining
You can download this worksheet here.
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On this page, we provided you with a Breathing Retraining Exercises Worksheet which hopefully helped you to reduce your anxiety and stress levels.
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