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Have you ever stopped to think about how you’re breathing?
Many of us don’t give it a second thought. We just go about our days breathing without even thinking twice about it.
However, being so nonchalant about breathing can be very dangerous to your health, according to one science journalist.
James Nestor appeared on the Joe Rogan podcast to discuss this very topic.
Mr.Nestor is a journalist who has written for Scientific American, Outside Magazine, BBC, The New York Times, The Atlantic, National Public Radio, The San Francisco Chronicle, Surfer’s Journal, and more.
Over the last several years, he’s been working on a book about the “art of breathing,” called “Breath.”
Nestor says that approximately 25-50 percent of the population are mouth-breathers. His studies show that this causes neurological problems, respiratory problems, sleeping issues, and even metabolic disorders and much more.
He also says that mouth-breathing can alter the shape of your face, making it more elongated.
This image is from an article on the dangers of mouth-breathing by Natalya Zhuravskaya, MD:
Those images will definitely cause you to pause and think twice about how you inhale.
This is definitely a fascinating topic…
Here is the full interview:
I think it’s probably safe to assume that after watching a few seconds of this clip, most people were breathing their noses….
Keep up the good work.