The combination of cellulite and oxygen and circulation problems in the legs have in common? Oxygen is the basis of cellular life, but the defects of circulation of those affected by cellulite negate this valuable resource even though it should be noted usually our breathing is not optimal for the benefit of all the effects that a full and deep breathing gives the proper functioning of the body.
It should be noted that usually our breathing is not optimal for the benefit of all the effects that a full and deep breathing gives the proper functioning of the body.
Practically the "mechanism" respiratory works that carbon dioxide is transported from the venous blood, while the oxygen is transported from the arterial blood.
The exchange between the two takes place in the lungs and this exchange process is made possible by the bloodstream that in the case of cellulite is in deficit.
For each breathing is exchanged about half a liter of air and the volume of air exchanged can increase greatly increasing the depth of respirations, by the simple respiratory training.
When you inhale , the diaphragm moves down so that the lungs to relax even downwards, and when you exhale, the diaphragm rises, crushing the lungs to facilitate air escape.
More it accentuates the movement of the diaphragm and the more it increases the amount of oxygen introduced into the blood and help the venous blood to rise upwards, for which the deep breaths help the blood circulation.
So learning to breathe fully we learn how to fight anxiety and stress which are among the causes of the onset of cellulite .