Slow breathing break

How to have a slow breathing break

  1. Bring your attention to your breath
  2. Breathe a tiny bit slower than you do normally
  3. Repeat 5 times

If this is comfortable, you can repeat more times.

Please note: this exercise is about making subtle changes to your breath. Do not take repeated deep breaths as this can make you feel dizzy.

Nudge Benefits

Breathing a little slower can help you to feel more relaxed, focussed and boost your mood.

Seek the advice from a health professional

If you have any specific health condition, seek advice before performing the nudges.

Nudges must be comfortable.

Always perform nudges comfortably. Move slowly and gently, within a range which is totally pain free.

Add personalised nudges for specific health conditions.

If you have a specific health condition, you can seek advice from a health professional to add specific nudges for you.