Breathing exercises since ancient times are consideredAn effective tool to combat various ailments, including the weakening of the face and its aging. With the help of breathing exercises, you can correct the pendulous cheeks, strengthen the face oval, tighten the double chin, reduce wrinkles on the neck. All exercises should be performed standing or sitting in a comfortable position - for example, on a carpet in a lotus position, in Turkish or just in an armchair, straightening your back. Each exercise should be performed three to five times.
1. Take a breath through your nose, while expanding and straining his wings. Hold your breath, count to three, exhale through your mouth.
2. Take a deep breath through the closed teeth, while stretching the corners of the mouth to the sides as far as possible, count to five and exhale through the nose. Relax.
3. Take a deep breath through the closed teeth, then draw the lips into the tube and exhale, repeat the inhalation - exhale through the right corner of the mouth, and another repeat - through the left.
4. Strongly draw in the cheeks, inhale through your nose, hold your breath to the count to five and exhale through the wide open mouth.
5. Slowly and deeply inhale air through the nose, while gently tilting his head back. On exhalation through the mouth, also slowly and gently return the head to its original position.
6. Breath - as in the previous exercise, only the head is tilted not back-forward, but to the right shoulder, then to the left.
7. Take a deep breath through the nose and turn the head as far as possible to the right. On an exhalation through a mouth to return to a starting position. Repeat to the left.
8. Lightly press the hand on the chin. Mouth shut, breathe through your nose. Inhale and rest with the tip of the tongue in the palate, stay in this position at the expense of up to five. On exhalation, move the stressed tip of the tongue to the lower teeth.
9. Breathe through your nose, gently toss your head back and push the lower jaw as far forward as possible. Count to three, smoothly return to the starting position, while exhaling through a slightly open mouth.