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Diaphragmatic breathing is a rapid way to engage the sympathetic nervous system which leads to the release production of adrenaline, cortisol and neuropeptides.CorrectIncorrect
Before we activate the diaphragm we need to become aware of the position of the spine. The more upright you get your spine, the less you compress the organs including lung and abdominals the better oxygen you get per minute.CorrectIncorrect
Breathing using the diaphragm will increase the body’s ability to return to the parasympathetic autonomic nervous system. In this state, we produce hormones that will relax us including…CorrectIncorrect
The loss of contractile strength of the supraspinatus is an indicator that the diaphragm is underperforming.CorrectIncorrect
The area for assessment of the diaphragm muscle performance is…CorrectIncorrect