Unlike animals, man, as a rule, can not react to a stimulus (for example, reprimand the chief) by the flight or attack, he is forced to restrain their emotions. The consequence of the suppression of the regular automatic muscular reaction of readiness to escape or to attack become "muscle blocks" - to do the usual chronic muscle tension. Breathing restrain himself human, respectively, also did not immediately bounce back. Memories of experienced troubles, thoughts of misfortunes that could theoretically occur in the future (despite the absence of real danger at the moment) also cause more frequent or holding your breath. Gradually intensifying muscle blocks more difficult to breath, which becomes ineffective - not deep enough, uneven, faltering.
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Breath - a process by which the body gets from the environment oxygen and release carbon dioxide. In addition to the enrichment of oxygen, breathing is also connected a variety of functions, in particular, there is a close link between the process of breathing and our mental life. The modern human right and the natural process of breathing is disturbed by a number of reasons, including in connection with regular stress, habit contain and suppress the emotional manifestations, with a sedentary lifestyle, and so on. D. Consequence is a range of diseases and functional disorders - such as insomnia, headaches, high blood pressure, dystonia, and so on. d. If there is excitement in the body increases energy metabolism, tissue requires more oxygen, breathing and circulation are automatically enhanced. The animal, sensing danger, fleeing or attacking. Once the danger had passed, the voltage drops, breathing returns to normal, and becomes a natural and calm. If you have a fear of the animal rather than to run or attack, hides in the hope that it will not see, it automatically holds his breath up to the maximum of its termination - so it is more likely not to give his location. The human body is subject to the same natural mechanisms - in response to an unpleasant stimulus for a man or begins to breathe faster, or, on the contrary, holds his breath.