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Bright Skies Newsletter #1-Use The Power Of Your Breath to Boost Mood and Ease Anxiety
January 10, 2017
Hello,


January 2017


Contents:



1. This Month's Quote by Thích Nhất Hạnh.


2. In The News: Breathe Away Depression


3. Breathe Away Your Depression-Instructional Breathing Video


4. Laugh A Little


5. You May Be Interested In...






This month's quote is by Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist, Thích Nhất Hạnh.





Breathe Away Depression

A new study finds that using the breath can be powerful for fighting depression and boosting mood.

The study looked at patients with depression who took antidepressant drugs for at least two months with little or no symptom improvement.

Study participants who did Sudarshan Kriya yoga for 8 weeks, which included breathing exercises, saw a drop in the severity of their symptoms.

Sudarshan Kriya Yoga Study

Here's an instructional video on Sudarshan Kriya Breathing.

Enjoy and share with a friend.




Laugh A Little


Cartoon by mentalhealthtalk.info



You May Be Interested In...



4 Powerful Breathing Exercises for Relieving Anxiety Symptoms

Practicing breathing exercises for anxiety relief has been a time-honored practice for thousands of years.

It may seem quite unlikely, but practicing breathing can be a huge help for relieving anxiety and panic attacks.

Click the image below to read more.



Mindfulness Meditation for Anxiety Relief

Mindfulness meditation is an effective, all-natural, holistic approach for managing and eventually overcoming anxiety disorder without expensive therapy and unwanted side effects.

Click the image below to read more.


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