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Simple Relief: Breathing Techniques to Reduce Stress and Pain

Are you ready for a dose of real talk about stress and pain relief? Let’s explore something we’ve all been guilty of at one point or another: looking for the easy fix.

I mean, who doesn’t want a quick solution, right? I know I do, and I bet you’ve been there too.

Enter fantasy marketing, which promises us the world on a silver platter. Oh boy, does it sound nice. But today, I want to share something I call "gold." It’s not just hype; it’s a practical, effective way to manage stress and pain. If you’ve been binging this podcast, you already know how closely these two are connected.

I want to share a simple tip that will help you de-stress and manage your pain.

Here’s the thing: many people come in with injuries and get decent treatment but don't see the results they should. The missing link? Stress management.

Different kinds of stress affect us all differently. Some feel it in our neck and jaw, while others, like me, feel it in the stomach. So, what’s a simple, too-good-to-be-true solution that works?

Close your mouth. Seriously.

When you close your mouth and breathe through your nose, your body can breathe correctly, which helps with stress and pain management. It sounds simple, but it works wonders. This technique also helps with TMJ, neck pain, and even enhances your facial structure.

So, every time you look at your phone or hit a stoplight, close your mouth and breathe through your nose. Try it out, and let me know how it goes. And if you’re curious about mouth taping, I’ve got some thoughts on that, too.

Remember, close your mouth, breathe through your nose, and de-stress your way to a better you.

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