Smorgasbord Health Column – Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Six – Anti-Aging and Oxygen by Sally Cronin

 

Are you getting enough oxygen?

Isn’t breathing something that we all do naturally without thinking about it?

One of the reasons that I have left the art of breathing to this fairly late stage is that I assumed that most people were actually doing it – at least sufficiently enough to sit reading this book. The sad fact is though that most of us only use a small proportion of our lung capacity. Which is also a bit of a waste when you think that a few minutes spent each day completing a deep breathing exercise and learning to use the lungs to full capacity is as free as the air you breath.

It is well worth remembering that only the fittest athletes can survive for more than 6 minutes without air – we all need water within 6 days and we can live without food for 6 weeks. I know what should be on our priority list.

As we get older we find we become more and more breathless as we undertake activity but this need not be inevitable and in this chapter, I am going to provide you with the tools you need to improve this absolutely vital function. These very simple exercises are a definite weapon against ageing and health problems. #recommendedread

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7 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health Column – Turning Back the Clock 2021 – Part Six – Anti-Aging and Oxygen by Sally Cronin

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  2. Smorgasbord - Variety is the Spice of Life.

    Thanks very much for going to all the trouble to share this Carol.. WP has got so convoluted now that it is not functioning on a number of levels.. too many bells and whistles and not enough capacity.. it is certainly slowing down once the USA comes on line fully and frustrating later in the evening trying to even answer comments let alone posting.. xxx

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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      No worries, Sally I will always work around even if have to copy and paste its just frustrating as do they think all these irritants are going to make us use Gutenberg…Trouble is there are no viable options that I have found unless I stop blogging…I have to log in every time I comment on a blog now apart from yours for some reason figure that one out…Crazy xxx

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      1. Smorgasbord - Variety is the Spice of Life.

        The floating menu bar has disappeared except for the odd post so I have to page up to centre and add colour.. real pain in the butt.. there is no other alternative unfortunately and most of my referrals come from the WP Reader.. I keep finding work arounds and I am using the html in text a lot more now especially when cutting and pasting from a previous post which is useful in the author updates. I have scheduled a fair way ahead now of posts like short stories and health posts so that if it all goes to hell I have some leeway to get it fixed.. but they are beginning to suck the fun out of it..this may be my last full year to be honest and next year I may just keep it very simple with book reviews, music, videos funnies and reblogs. not worth my BP going up…hugs ♥

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