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We’re not designed to be ‘on the go’ and under stress long term. When we’re stressed we breathe faster and recruit our back-up breathing muscles to help us cope. Problem is, they’re not designed to be used 17,000-plus times a day(the amount we breathe on average) and they can even create trigger points that can refer pain or alter movement patterns.
Learning which muscles are affected and how to release and relax them is one of the steps to reducing stress and breathing better long term.