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Nose Breathing vs Mouth Breathing

As you move through everyday life, breathing in and out through the nose (rather than the mouth) is beneficial for overall health and well-being.

When practicing Breathwork, or conscious breathing, nose breathing has an effect of relaxation and mouth breathing has an effect of activation. There are benefits of breathing through the mouth that we don’t get when using a pattern that is all through the nose.

When a system is activated in a safe container and the breather understands they are in full control, this activation may be exactly what the breather needs for a release, breakthrough, or transformation. Mouth breathing can aid in healing and release when done for shorter periods of time during a Breathwork practice (different than habitually breathing through the mouth).

Nose Breathing vs Mouth Breathing

Nose Breathing

Mouth Breathing

Freemyer, A. PhD. (2021). Pause Breathwork Facilitator Training Master Manual (p. 73).