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For Twenty Years my clients have been

telling me to write a book.

This is it!

OPTIMIZE YOUR BREATHING


Oxygen is essential to the human body's metabolic process, which sustains life.  Since the human body cannot store oxygen for later use as it does with food and water, oxygen deprivation of more than a few minutes will cause unconsciousness.  Organ damage (notably the heart and brain) occurs if deprived of oxygen for much longer than four minutes, and death will occur shortly after.  Air is the most common and only natural source of oxygen so we must breathe continuously to live. 

 

HOW TO BREATH DEEPLY AND CONSCIOUSLY

If you look up “deep breathing” at Wikipedia.com you will find, “Diaphragmatic breathing, or deep breathing is the act of breathing deep into your lungs by flexing your diaphragm rather than breathing shallowly by flexing your rib cage. Deep breathing expands the stomach (abdomen) rather than the chest. It is a healthier and fuller way to ingest oxygen.

CLEAN YOUR UPHOLSTERY

 

One of my friends recently asked how to clean her sofa.  Since we all have sofas that tend to get dirty, here are some ideas and tips on how to do-it-yourself cheap.

Read recommendations about favorite stuff that my clients or I LOVE.

These things are so fascinating!  You might just find a perfect gift for somebody!
 
 



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