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TAKE A DEEP BREATH

Condensed from Collier's
Helen Durham

BREATHE to be healthy. Breathe to be handsome. Breathe to stand well, talk well, be well. On this point everyone agrees, cultist, faddist and physician.
"To breathe properly is to live properly," says the old Yogi philosopher. "Breath is the stuff of which voice is made," says the voice expert. The posture expert's first command is to fill your lungs. The honest beauty specialist admits that increased circulation brought about by good breathing will do more for your complexion than a lifetime of massage. The psychoanalyst will tell you that an
inferiority complex may spring from something as simple as scant breath. As for the doctor, his business is to keep you breathing, from the time he thumps you on the back to get you going until he produces the oxygen to keep you from stopping. Most of us take in enough to sustain life but not enough to live it vigorously. We are like a car chugging along on only half its cylinders. If some of us actually filled our lungs with a great blast of air, we would have an oxygen jag, a lightheaded feeling. If you don't believe it try it sometime.
We are so accustomed to using only the tops of our lungs that we get the idea

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