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TAKE A DEEP BREATH

they end at the bust line. But they don't. On either side of the ribs they extend down to the waistline. Unless you constantly make use of this important lower-lung section in your breathing, you are a poor risk for the insurance company and a flop in the beauty contest. The radio announcer knows the value of deep breathing. Go into any broadcasting studio and see the announcer before his mike, waiting to be flashed on the air, one eye on the clock. The back of his coat is rising and falling. He is tuning up his instrument.
The psychoanalyst says it is quite possible to control your mood by your breathing. If you are nervous, excited, angry-breathe deeply. The calming effect is a miracle.
Deep breathing is the actor's first aid against stage fright. Even a seasoned star like Helen Hayes declares she could never face a first-night audience without screwing up her courage by a few deep breaths. "It was Mary Garden," says Miss Hayes, "who first made me aware of the importance of breath. I was introduced as 'little Miss Hayes, the actress.' Miss Garden's response was to give me a vigorous thump just above the belt. `Actress?' she said. 'You can't act, my child. You haven't the diaphragm of a baby.'
"For years I could play only ingenue roles because I had only a flapper's breath. I could never have played mature parts without the power and poise I acquired from learning how to breathe."
Many people stand badly because they breathe badly. When chests are concave and torsos slump, the first point of attack is the breath. Properly inflated lungs right the body just as proper ballast rights the ship.
Now if you're curious as to whether or not you breathe correctly, unbuckle your belt and slip it up a few inches, halfway between waistline and bust line. Exhale and pull your belt in as tight as you can. Now take a whopper of a breath and see how many notches you can expand. It is here that chest expansion should be measured, instead of under the armpits as your old gym teacher believed.
Don't try to expand by swelling out in front. Expansion should come not only in front but across the back and sides. To see how

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