The Breathing Technique That Could Reduce Your Risk Of Alzheimer’s

“Published in Nature Journal, the study asked participants to do one simple thing: inhale for a count of five, exhale for a count of five for 20 minutes, twice a day, for four weeks. Though simple, these breathing techniques had profound impacts on the participant’s breathing. Their heart rates variability increased during each exercise period and the levels of amyloid-beta peptides in their bloodstream decreased by the time the four week period was over.

These peptides are connected to Alzheimer’s and in fact, some experts believe that they are the main cause of the degenerative disease.”

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