Whenever I breathe through my nose, I feel very different.
When I breathe through my nose, I feel much more alert immediately than when I breathe through my mouth.
I know that breathing through nose increases the oxygen level in the blood and that it can contribute to the feeling of being more alert.
In contrary, when I breathe through my mouth, I feel very dumb and numb.
However, I doubt that it is really only because of the increased level of oxygen that is making me more alert.
So I am really curious. Is there any other factor in the nasal airway that may contribute to the health of our brain?
Is there any nerve cell in the nasal airway that makes it different from the oral airway?
- 3 Mar 2015 by ddururum
- 6 July 2015
- alert, nerves, mouth, breathing, brain, nerve, nose
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