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    I've always breathed through my stomach, and I find breathing "correctly" (through your chest) extremely hard to do. I've never been able to breathe through my chest. I heard that stomach breathing is good for you, but there are also people saying it's bad for you... So is it or isn't it bad??
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    Idk, I always breathe with my chest bc that's where my lungs are.
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    (Original post by Dianthus)
    I've always breathed through my stomach, and I find breathing "correctly" (through your chest) extremely hard to do. I've never been able to breathe through my chest. I heard that stomach breathing is good for you, but there are also people saying it's bad for you... So is it or isn't it bad??
    You should breathe through your stomach, breathing through your chest is bad. I know you'd think you're supposed to breathe through your chest because that's where lungs are but it makes breathing less efficient. Your diaphragm is just above your stomach (between thorax and abdomen) and when it contracts, volume increases, pressure decreases so air can move into your lungs. The diaphragm contracts more when you breathe through your stomach than chest.
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    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    Idk, I always breathe with my chest bc that's where my lungs are.
    ^
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    (Original post by Dianthus)
    I've always breathed through my stomach, and I find breathing "correctly" (through your chest) extremely hard to do. I've never been able to breathe through my chest. I heard that stomach breathing is good for you, but there are also people saying it's bad for you... So is it or isn't it bad??
    Wait, What?

    (Original post by LunaCat)
    You should breathe through your stomach, breathing through your chest is bad. I know you'd think you're supposed to breathe through your chest because that's where lungs are but it makes breathing less efficient. Your diaphragm is just above your stomach (between thorax and abdomen) and when it contracts, volume increases, pressure decreases so air can move into your lungs. The diaphragm contracts more when you breathe through your stomach than chest.
    *Begins to think avidly about what is going on and the his mind explodes*
    Whaaaaaaat?
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    (Original post by The PoliticalGuy)
    *Begins to think avidly about what is going on and the his mind explodes*
    Whaaaaaaat?
    Perks of doing biology alevels
    Ngl that's in gcse as well :rofl:
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    (Original post by LunaCat)
    You should breathe through your stomach, breathing through your chest is bad. I know you'd think you're supposed to breathe through your chest because that's where lungs are but it makes breathing less efficient. Your diaphragm is just above your stomach (between thorax and abdomen) and when it contracts, volume increases, pressure decreases so air can move into your lungs. The diaphragm contracts more when you breathe through your stomach than chest.
    Thank yoouuu~
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    what is going on
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    (Original post by Consectatrix)
    what is going on
    I have no idea. Just roll with it
 
 
 

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