Whether it’s a Monday, Friday, or any other day of the week, taking a moment to check in with your breath can be a natural way to help regulate feelings of anxiety, stress, or overwhelm.
Diaphragmatic breathing, or “belly breathing,” involves fully engaging the stomach, abdominal muscles, and diaphragm when breathing. This means actively pulling the diaphragm down with each inward breath. In this way, diaphragmatic breathing helps the lungs fill more efficiently.
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Amanda Cline, AMFT specializes in supporting adults, older teens, and couples who are faced with the effects of trauma, anxiety, depression, and life transitions. She offers a holistic way in working with her clients depending on their needs. She is trained in mindfulness practices, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), attachment, and depth psychology.
Learn more about her at www.amandacline.care