henry copeland: Dogs know it. Yogis know it. Now neuroscience is studying how your nose regulates emotions. pllqt.it/rPoSWw
Medium – Read, write and share stories that matterIn layman’s terms, neuroscientists at NorthWestern University determined that breathing in through your nose lights up brain centers that govern positive and negative emotions. Further, nasal inhalation coordinates those centers with other neural systems that are central to memory and cognition. Exhaling through your nose or mouth-breathing accomplish none of these things.