When feeling anxious or stressed, we know that tools like meditation and exercise can help reset our nervous system. But what about those times when we don't have the time or ability to step away and practice? Here's a quick tool that can be practiced in the moment, anywhere and anytime. Stanford neuroscientist Andrew Huberman explains how to do a quick 'physiological sigh' in this short video. The beauty of this quick reset practice is that the breath is always with us and doesn't require any special skills or equipment. So next time you need a reset, remember just breathe and sigh.
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