Solutions for hyperventilation
There are several options for resolving both chronic and acute hyperventilation.
For example, many people do relaxation exercises and breathing exercises that are often based on abdominal breathing. However, this appears to be difficult to apply in practice. It is often difficult to “breathe with the belly”.
This is also quite understandable, because you can not breathe with your stomach. Air enters the lungs, not the abdomen.
However, you can train your breathing muscle; the diaphragm, which separates the chest and abdominal cavities. It has been scientifically proven that when you learn to relax this muscle, which happens during exhalation, you can prevent and even completely overcome complaints associated with hyperventilation.
This increases confidence in the body and the fear of a panic attack disappears. The vicious circle is broken. You will learn this, but much more, in 4 weeks during breathing training at the Breathing Academy powered by Del Ferro.