conscious connected breathing

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conscious connected breathing

Alternative psychology
A component of rebirthing therapy in which the client hyperventilates as a means of releasing tensions that are believed to have begun at birth.
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| Here are a few things to think about: Find a way to relax - read a book, have a bath or try a free breathing relaxation class.
A four dimensional (4D) CT protocol that entailed a free breathing planning CT was selected.
Reference [11] proposed a CS based motion correction in the free breathing environment with multiple constraints.
Subjective Assessment of Nasal Breathing Two Weeks after Surgery State of Nasal BIT SMD Breathing No % No % Free Breathing 12 48 8 32 Significant 9 36 9 36 Improvement Mild Improvement 3 12 2 8 No Improvement 1 4 6 24 Chi-square= 4.5712, P= 0.2061 Table 2.
MacHann et al., "Free breathing cardiac real-time cine MR without ECG triggering," International Journal of Cardiology, vol.
Azevedo et al demonstrated the feasibility of performing abdominal MRI examinations using a free breathing radial T1W-GRE sequence, whether patients were cooperative or uncooperative with breathing instructions.
However, his greatest achievement in conducting may well have been the creation of the so-called 'Stokowski sound', a combination of 'free bowing' for the string section, 'free breathing' for the brass section and conducting without baton, which resulted in a very warm and free orchestral sound.
Adrenaline restored free breathing to people with hay fever, stemmed bleeding, and, if you believed all the accounts, cured hemorrhoids and bedwetting.
The brain activity returns to a normal pattern shortly after free breathing has been restored.
Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual Volume IV, Tests and Inspections, Chapter 18, Submarine Salvage Inspection, Submarine Salvage Inspection Check-Off List requires, "Escape Training: Verify that all hands are trained in buoyant ascent and buoyant free breathing ascent or SEIE escape." The Continuing Training Manual (CTM) requirement for training is every 24 months with tracking of training in the Continuing Training Support Software (CTSS).