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Teenagers Mindful Breathing

We take hundreds of breaths every day but knowing how to control your breathing is a very important and useful type of mindfulness meditation especially for teens.

As you practice mindful breathing, you develop how to manage anger, overcome stress, raise self-awareness of your body and build a presence. It’s the most chosen mindfulness activity for anxiety.

Duration

This easy-to-apply mindfulness exercise takes about 3-5 minutes.

How to Apply

  • Find a quiet spot where you won’t be disturbed.
  • Lay down on the floor.
  • You can place your hands to your sides or put one of them on your belly to feel your breathing.
  • Close your eyes.
  • Take a deep breath through your nose. Count “one” as you inhale.
  • Feel how the air fills your lungs moving through your body.
  • Then, breathe out through your mouth counting to two.
  • Notice how your heartbeats neutralize as you breathe.
  • Continue breathing, counting each time.
  • Focus only on your body and tune out everything else.
  • You can set a timer to know when your exercise is over.
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