Diaphragmatic breathing | The Channel Mum Anxiety Series

Diaphragmatic breathing is a technique which can help you relax, fall asleep and feel calmer when you are feeling stress and anxiety. In this video, Psychologist Emma Kenny shows us how to do this breathing technique and suggests when we could be using it.

How do I do diaphragmatic breathing?
Breath down to your tummy so it pushes your tummy out when you breath in.
Breath through your nose and out through your mouth.

You can do this to a count of breathing in for the count of 5 and out for the count of 5. Alternatively you can get even more of an effect if you breath in for 4, hold for 7 and then breath out very slowly to a count of 8.

Other videos in this series:
What does a panic attack look like?
What are the signs and symptoms of anxiety?
How to break the anxiety cycle
How to do a bodyscan
How to anchor yourself:

The Anxiety Toolkit
Finding your Centre
Grounding yourself:
Some mantras for you to try when you need to keep a positive mind:
Conduct your own time audit:

We have an anxiety quiz that we highly encourage you take. It will point you in the right direction if you do need help managing your anxiety –

And don’t forget to check back to our Anxiety Course page for all the other helpful tip videos which will be posted in the coming weeks:

Taking part in this video:
Emma Kenny –

Production music by www.epidemicsound.com

Don’t miss a thing – hit that button and subscribe to Channel Mum today

Channel Mum is the UK’s first YouTube community for mums. We bring together the best of YouTube mum talent to reveal the honest face of parenting.

Channel Mum partners with talented creators and vloggers who make fresh, relevant and honest video content and help mums to find and grow their vlogging voice on YouTube.

Add your Channel:
Website:
Twitter:
Facebook:
Instagram:

*Disclaimer: The information in this video was correct at the time of publication. Always check with your health professional first. Channel Mum full terms and conditions apply:

Staying Healthy Prevents Sickness: Are You Really Staying Healthy?

Authentication failed. No user with this email address found.

How I Became a Healthy Mom and a Healthy Wife

Tips To Help You Choose A Good Primary Care Physician

Fitness Is Key To Overall Wellness

Medical Tourism: The Best Way to Deal With Health Issues

4 Tips to Choose an ENT for Your Child

Eat Healthy While Studying

What Is Calcium And What Does It Do?

The Top 10 Benefits and Uses of Colloidal Silver

Find the Motivation and Support You Need to Be Healthier

Top Foods That Are Best For Your Brain Health

Super Specialty Hospitals

You May Also Like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *