Lear to breathe
Breathing is the first experience that all human beings experience at birth. It is the first physiological process that we perform independently, once separated from the maternal umbilical cord. From that moment on it becomes an essential activity for life, which consists of absorbing the air through the lungs, to take part of the nutrient substances that compose it, and to expel that modified air. Our body is programmed automatically for this action, guaranteeing a continuous supply of oxygen, which is essential for obtaining the energy required by the body in our day to day. Likewise, respiration intervenes in the development of all physiological processes: it ensures brain activity, as well as the functioning of the nervous system, glands, muscles and organs.