Diaphragmatic Breathing | UCLA Integrative Digestive Health and Wellness Program

Diaphragmatic Breathing | UCLA Integrative Digestive Health and Wellness Program

Suzanne Smith, MSN, NP, CMT-P, nurse practitioner in the Integrative Digestive Health and Wellness Program in the UCLA Melvin and Bren Simon Digestive Diseases Center, discusses the benefits of diaphragmatic breathing and demonstrates the technique that can easily be incorporated into your daily life.
Visit www.uclahealth.org/gastro/gi-wellness for more information.

50 Comments

  1. I already do diaphragm breathing for my Anxiety and chest burn. But this video made me understand the technique better.
    Very pleasant voice πŸ˜‡ I felt a sense of relaxation just watching this video ✌🏼

  2. Good video, but it would have been nice to give credit to the yoga tradition on which this is based. It is all good to call it Integrative, but show gratitude to the source.

  3. Thank you for this, its helping. Had bronchitis for 4 weeks and my lower lung has partially stopped working. Antibiotics didn’t work. Its in the same area I had blood clots about 5 years ago. Taking vitamin D as well. Am going to die to if I dont lose a lot of body fat as am 20 stone. Thank you for this video. The lady is excellent.

  4. How often and how many times and how long should this be done? I may have missed it. I have anxiety and want to strengthen my diaphragm. Thank you

  5. Nowadays gastrointestine doctors don’t know this technics, they only prescribe PPI that doesn’t help acid reflux, doctors need to go back and study these diaphragm breathing which helps. And doctors don’t even know what kind of healthy nutritional foods to eat too. They need to go back study. Besides at this pandemic year doctors takes 3 to 4 months to follow up your clinic visit. They are scared, And they don’t do follow up until 4 months. Anybody have health problems need to learn how to survive themselves, because it takes 4 months in order to see a doctor.
    Please professors from UC university’s you need to teach them breathing technics and nutrional nutrition before becoming a doctor, Why become a doctor if they don’t know this things.

  6. I agree of first two steps but letting it out should be quick then put your diaphragm in then repeat. Helps me poop lol

  7. Thats ok but my doctr said for diaphgramtc breathing inhale through mouth and exhale through nose ? Is that not oky?

  8. Very nice and informative video and her explanation is very good and clear and I hope we will all get benefits of this exercise.

  9. But what if my chest hand doesn’t move at all? What if the only hand that moves is the belly? I think I have COPD from smoking for a long time.

  10. your voice is so calming, ur breathing technique really relaxes me & ur voice is so soothing to my ear

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  12. She reminds be of Janet from The Good Place, but anyways, I love your soothing voice plus this video is so informative. Thanks!

  13. Your voice and demeanour is so calming alhamdulilah and I will try to do this ti help with my acid reflux. This was very informative and clear and to the point. Thank you

  14. Perfect video for this exercise that is nice and relaxed and well explained. Very helpful. Thank you!

  15. I have issues with pooping and I’ve had anxiety from acid reflux and after lunch this helped me poop!

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