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Hum For Instant Harmony and Hum Your Way to Happiness

What do you do when you are stressed? Do you try the counting method where you quickly count from 1 to 10 or 20? How does that work for you? Do you tend to feel a little silly doing it and become more frustrated and even more stressed? Why not try humming? Humming yoga is a very efective method that has been used by monks for centuries to de-stress and calm their bodies and minds. Although called humming yoga, it is really more of a meditation technique and one that can do more than just relieve your stress and calm your mind. Humming ofers a wide range of physical and emotional benefits that are efective and begin working in a very short time.

How Does It Work?

We all know how to hum, but do we know how to use humming to help us relax? It’s actually quite simple:

First, find a quiet place to sit down. Sit up straight, drop your shoulders and relax your jaw. Press your lips together and get started.

Breathe in deep and slow and create a hum sound when you exhale remembering to keep your lips together. The hum doesn’t need to be a melody, just a slow, steady tone for the length of your exhale.

Now, take another deep breath and repeat the process over and over until you feel calm and your stress is gone. That’s all there is to it! T

his humming exercise will have you grounded and bring you back to your natural center. It will also help clear your mind, which is perfect for students or overworked professionals. Now that we know what humming can do for you mentally, let’s take a look at what it can do for your body’s other systems.

Humming for stress relief can also calm your nervous system as well as helping many patients sufering from insomnia get the deep sleep they need. In fact, humming can induce a deeper sleep that eliminates the dream cycle letting the body rest more efectively. Humming can also relieve the symptoms of sinusitis by clearing blocked passageways while also reducing high blood pressure to a much safer level.

So the next time you are stressed from an upcoming exam, an important project at work or just a busy family life, take a seat somewhere peaceful and hum. It will put a smile on your face and refresh and rejuvenate your mind and body.