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  • Take a deep breath - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    take a deep breath To pause for a moment to compose or calm oneself. Often used literally (as the act of exhaling is thought to promote calmness). I started to get ...

  • Take a deep breath - Harvard Health

    Adapted from Stress Management: Approaches for preventing and reducing stress. Proper breathing goes by many names. You may have heard it called diaphragmatic…

  • Dublin: Take A Deep Breath - YouTube

    Take a deep breath before you start your adventure in Dublin. Dive into Dublin Bay, become an honourary Dubliner exploring the city and take in the ...

  • 3 Easy Ways to Breathe Deeply - wikiHow

    Take a slow, deep breath in through your nose. Let the air completely fill your lungs. Resist the urge to exhale quickly before you've fully inhaled.

  • Take a Deep Breath | The American Institute of Stress

    Take a Deep Breath For many of us, relaxation means zoning out in front of the TV at the end of a stressful day. But this does little to reduce the damaging

  • 7 Reasons Why You Can't Take a Deep Breath | New Health ...'t-take-a-deep-breath.html

    It can be scary when you can't take a deep breath. Be it anxiety or heart attack, it is important to understand what is going on so that proper measures can be taken ...

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  • Definition of TAKE A DEEP BREATH - Merriam-Webster a deep breath

    Define take a deep breath: to breathe deeply : to take a lot of air into the lungs — take a deep breath in a sentence

  • I Can't Take a Deep Breath: Causes, Treatments, and Outlook

    A disruption in your regular breathing patterns can be alarming. Feeling as though you can't take a deep breath is known as dyspnea.

  • Take a deep breath - The Verge

    When you’re stressed, people often advise you to take a deep breath — and for good reason, a new study shows. Slowing your breathing calms you, and now ...

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