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The breathing trick that can make you more productive

Take a long, slow breath. Really, it'll help. The idea that breathing exercises can somehow calm you down is an ancient one—yoga isn't a recent development, you know. But few people understand exactly how breathing can relieve stress on a physiological level and can even be used to increase workplace productivity. The answer lies in the autonomic nervous system, which is responsible for the automatic unctions that keep our body ticking.
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