Calming the central nervous system

This video is to help calm the CNS. Our CNS is binary meaning it is either in one state or the other. When we are stressed the sympathetic nervous system fires up triggering a fight-or-flight response in an effort to spur the body into action. When we are in this state for a prolonged period of time we can become exhausted, burnt out and have aderinal fatigue. It's important to restore the body and mind. Calming it down to introduce the parasympathetic mode, rest and digest, our bodies preferred state. This breathing practice is designed to help with that. Hope it is helpful.