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Breathing is the process that moves air in and out of the lungs, or the diffusion of oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the external environment into and out of ...

Breath | Define Breath at Dictionary.com

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Breath definition, the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration. See more.

Breath vs. breathe - Grammarist

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Breath is a noun. Breathe is a verb. When you breathe, you inhale and exhale breath. The simplicity of this distinction doesn't prevent the occasional mixup—for  ...

Three Breathing Exercises and Techniques | Dr. Weil

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Articles on breathing techniques, breathing exercises and the benefits of diaphragmatic breathing from Dr. Weil, your trusted health advisor.

Breathe - mindbodygreen.com

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A 3-Minute Breathing Exercise To Beat Bloat & Stimulate Your Thyroid. 6/25/2016 ... An Intuitive's 60-Second Breathing Exercise To Eliminate Doubt. 6/16/2016 ...

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Breathing Development, Problems, Research, Education, Services, Functional Medicine, Programs for Superior Health, Peak Performance, Life Extension.

breath - Wiktionary

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Cognate with Scots breth, breith (“breath”), German Brodem (“steam, vapour, fume, odour”). Related also to Icelandic bráður (“hasty, hurried, excited, rash”).

breath Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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breath meaning, definition, what is breath: the air that goes into and out of your lungs: . Learn more.

breath/breathe

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When you need to breathe, you take a breath. “Breathe” is the verb, “breath” the noun. Return to list of errors · book cover · Read about the book.

Life of Breath – An interdisciplinary project on breathing and ...

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This post is written jointly by Jess Farr-Cox (Life of Breath Project Manager ( Bristol) and recently back from a trip to Hangzhou, PR China), and her father David ...

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breath vs. breathe – The Correct Way to Use Each | Confusing Words

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Keep using breath instead of breathe? Check out Ginger's spelling book and make sure you never confuse breath and breathe again!

Breath | Definition of Breath by Merriam-Webster

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Nov 3, 2015 ... the air that you take into your lungs and send out from your lungs when you breathe : air that is inhaled and exhaled in breathing. : the ability to ...

Breath - definition of breath by The Free Dictionary

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a. The act or process of breathing; respiration: swam down to the reef, holding his breath. b. A single act of breathing: Take a deep breath. 2. a. The air inhaled ...