How Breathing Can Ease PTSD

Breathing isn’t something we normally think about, we just do it. It’s so intuitive we take it for granted — until we can’t do it anymore. Then suddenly it becomes the only thing we can think about. Just ask anyone who has ever had an asthma attack or who has almost drowned. Ask the people with coronavirus struggling to breathe on ventilators in the hospitals right now.

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