Joe Rogan Experience #1506 - James Nestor

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    PowerfulJRE

    Trukmė: 1:46:38

    James Nestor is a journalist who has written for Outside magazine, Men's Journal, Scientific American, Dwell magazine, National Public Radio, The New York Times, The Atlantic, the San Francisco Chronicle magazine, and others. His new book Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art is available now: www.amazon.com/Breath-New-Science-Lost-Art/dp/0735213615

Dan Martinez
Dan Martinez

The Philosophers Stone.

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Lillith666
Lillith666

Can anyone clarify this.... Towards the beginning of the podcast he said you get more air breathing through your nose. Then when talking about halotropic breathing, he said you would get more air breathing through your mouth. Did I miss something that differentiates the two or is this conflicting information?

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Juli Anne
Juli Anne

If yawning helps us bring more oxygen into the blood and move more carbon dioxide out of the blood. why do our bodies automatically open our mouths during yawning..? is it phycological and why do I yawn every time I see someone do so if my body does not need the oxygen. Great info, great podcast... love this info... very helpful, can get my partner to tape their mouth shut. finally... lol..

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Artifex Joinery
Artifex Joinery

why are they wearing headphones?

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Scott Richardson
Scott Richardson

Dose anyone else want to take as many of the weird techniques, diets, devices, ect. for the human body and see what happens. Breathing technique+mouth device+carnivore diet+

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zal04001
zal04001

This was such an informative and interesting episode, I want to learn more and I already order the book The new Science of lost art- very fascinating :)

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T Jam
T Jam

PS: Something doesn't "become" a "heritable" trait, as James Nestor claims at 1:10:00... Only "favorable" traits are passed-on because they "increase chance of survival"...."unfavorable traits" such as mouth-breathing are basically "not passed-on" because they don't "improve the survival" of that particular organism. So in other words an "unfavorable trait" (mouth-breathing) doesn't "become" heritable, as James Nestor suggests....But everyone is allowed to make mistakes...I believe 90% of the rest of his information ;-) Narrow jaws and Mouth-breathing is "appeared" to be passed-on, not because it "became genetic", but because "the eating of soft foods" is passed-on, and our jaw muscle usage is less, which leads to all kinds of habits that cause narrow long faces

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T Jam
T Jam

Tape isn’t strong enough to hold my jaw shut during sleep. My jaw dropping pulls the tape off of my lips.

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GodSaveTheGreen
GodSaveTheGreen

Mike mew and his father have been teaching this stuff for decades

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MigM16
MigM16

hey i went ALL THE WAY now i have 2 kids.

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Stanko Aksentijević
Stanko Aksentijević

One of the most interesting topics and podcasts you did Joe!

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jiwany
jiwany

oh dang i was a mouth breather until my operation in my late 20s. i have a longish face

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William
William

ground glass lung opacity is what people with covid-19 get, this information could potentially save lives

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Daniel Calma
Daniel Calma

Joe "breathing has been around for a long time" Rogan accompanied by James "that's what I love about breathing" Nestor

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MrShysterme
MrShysterme

I had horrible allergies as a kid that made me start sniffing. The problem is that it causes your nose to dry and also swell, plus you start to like the stimulation of sniffing and not doing it feels "stuffy". As an adult, I had to force myself to stop and whenever I had the urge just take a long, deep breath through my nose to get be comfortable. It took a month of consciously doing this and now my nose is no longer swollen and dry and I breath well now through it.

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MVBHall
MVBHall

Avoid Dr. Hang recommendation.

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Karl Bell
Karl Bell

I wonder if that's why we yawn So we intake alot of air through our mouths, which contains more carbon dioxide, which makes us go to sleep

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Ki ra
Ki ra

jamie foking lanster

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Seamus Warren
Seamus Warren

Places do sell bottled air sourced from exotic locations. Maybe start wearing a nose guard of some description? We have straight teeth and a crooked jaw. :) Arnold has the big jaw - so big there is a gap between his two front teeth. Our tongue can feel the seem in the centre of the pallet.

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D G
D G

#LetHerSpeak #Vote #JorgensenCohen2020

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Fun in the sun
Fun in the sun

1g + 6/6 = 🤯

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sleepy sleepy
sleepy sleepy

42:17 just another day with Joe Rogan

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Keyome DT
Keyome DT

Mmhmmm. But they say wear that mask people. A holes. Take it OFF

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Scott Rigg
Scott Rigg

Joe Rogan has no BALLS to put Bart Sibrel on his podcast.

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Heather Rae, INHC
Heather Rae, INHC

now add a mask.

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Adrienne Adamska
Adrienne Adamska

Joe Rogan asks such great questions.

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chago chin
chago chin

A title of z book ?

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Eddie Salas
Eddie Salas

ok now Sir Joe Rogan, I am an old school practitioner of various kungfu systems for over 2 decades and i have asked my kungfu master Of Hakka Mantis Kungfu in Guangdong China if i am able to do this on the internet he did not approve but for human progression i am willing to show the world, I smoke 20 cigarettes a day and i can breath in for 30 seconds in and 30 seconds out for at least 5 - 10 minutes if not longer if i really try hard , i can raise my heart beat to 120 bpm or so and drop it to 60-70 bpm within two to three minutes and or 2-3 normal 6 seconds in and 6 seconds out breaths ( in through nose out through mouth connecting the governor channel to the functional channel)and i have gone beyond the shaking and panicking, the body starts freaking out and then as you said a calmness happens and you realise you can go further once you a willing to die whilst doing this, once you accept that you give up your life the flow of oxygen happens all by itself like the flood gates open like a river, i am in full lotus position and my legs are completely numb and then as a feeling of water flowing into my numb legs they stabilize and become normal and that is something most people aren't willing to go through, i have done this and i am willing to be tested in any university or testing facility. yes there are immediate benefits because you feel the performance in your lung capacity and the ability to accept that we are more than what we believe. It takes a person to suffer and willing to let go of what we believe is our normal human capacity (the EGO). I live in Australia and i am willing to be tested anywhere globally . I am 45 years of age and i have been practicing Qigong(Chikung) of many different styles for over 17 years, i have had many supernatural experiences due to this Taoist breathing methods and many other Quantum buddhism practices and i know that everything is possible in this world and as all the great sages and yogis of this world we must let go of the external things that make us happy and go internally to realise our full potential. i meditate 2-.5 hours daily by chanting primordial sanskrit chants that bring your consciousness to a state that can manipulate the ego and bring peace compassion and love into life so that we can ultimately live a life full of happiness and become happy. I am an advocate of breath work and removing the obstacles of life. I hear you speak of Chi because you have seen charlatans on the internet and yet all the most powerful Kungfu masters out there are completely against it being shown to the greater population due to the supernatural powers that can be achieved through spiritual practice. I have had many martial arts masters and currently i practice Quantum buddhism through a spiritual master named Maha Vajra and him and his most powerful students are what most people would fear due to the lack of belief and trust in the process. The human species is amazing and when you can use your mind and break your own will and let go of all racism and use love and forgiveness we are able to split space and time which is my experience it is truly possible. how far is the human ego ready to let go of itself before you realise that all humans are amazing. I might get in trouble for sharing this but i am willing to receive the karmic effect that this will cause by bringing humans to a better place of love and belief in themselves. If you really want to know the truth contact me , i believe that this will cause some problems for me but hey isn't life full of trials and tribulations anyway? I have been wanting to start my own podcast to speak of fasting, breathing techniques and Chikung and how to get over addictions be it material/ mental challenges. I have been fasting for approx 20 - 24 hours daily since 5th Dec 2017 and i have done up to 6 days of fasting only ingesting spices and apple cider vinegar and i have learnt to reset my immune system and recycle all my bad cells through autophagy. I have heard you speak of this on several podcasts and i am also willing to be tested whilst fasting and do breathwork that will ultimately help all who witness and can believe that this is possible. Many auto immune issues can be settled or resolved if not completely cured , from mental illness to asthma to arthritis. One must research to get the full picture and practice like your life and happiness depends on it. God bless all who believe and even if your an atheist once you know you know and it becomes your truth and the spiritual masters of old will reveal themselves to you once you take this path. Now i am willing to be challenged make me to prove what i have said above. As my kungfu Master in China has acknowledged to me when i first decided to take these practices seriously , he said you do not need to go to a temple and give up your life to experience the benefits , his words were simple practice daily and use your will. Hare Krishna ( Bliss Existence to all) Sanskrit translation.

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Heidi
Heidi

This is really interesting info, but honestly it feels so the opposite of what he's saying. I tried to consciously breathe through my nose while listening to this and I feel like I'm suffocating. It does not feel like I'm getting more air or oxygen at all. Truthfully, it causes anxiety. It's much easier to do sitting down. Standing up and doing it makes me feel like I'm gonna pass out. I do deep "nose breathing" at night cuz I know it helps calm the mind, slow the nervous system and is important especially for smokers to get air deep into your lungs or diaphragm. But walking around/ doing dishes etc while nose breathing does not seem like something I can do on a regular basis.

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907Pike
907Pike

We Love Trump We Love Joe Rogan

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Josh Turley
Josh Turley

I've been breathing through my nose my whole life, but how do I stop sleeping with my mouth open, because I think I do that?

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Kendra Hoffman
Kendra Hoffman

Extended breastfeeding promotes a broad face in children. They’ve known forever that proper prenatal nutrition also broadened the faces of children, look at Weston Price’s research and Pottenger’s Cat Nutritional study shows the nutritional effects on the bone structures due to nutritional deficiencies

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tPeter Patten Paten
tPeter Patten Paten

I am 65 now, as a 11 year old at school, we used to run 3~5 mile cross country as part of sports lesson's, our teacher at the time told everyone to breath in through the nose and out through the mouth when we ran !

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James West
James West

What this guy does not understand is that snot is difficult to breath through.

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Lane Rose
Lane Rose

I ran yesterday 3 miles in 30 minutes using only nose breathing in and out. I got a PR and noticed I had an easier time keeping my core tight subconsciously. Mouth breathing seems to be slightly more engaging to the abdomen which causes more work.. fascinating

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Tech Trek Trick
Tech Trek Trick

So does this make a strong case for everyone to start chewing bubble gum at a very young age.? 4 out of 5 dentists recommend trident

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Atommind Project
Atommind Project

To control and master physical/energy/body processes you'll have to do that with your Mind first otherwise it will interfere by default(cause it's aware and it's involved, that's why supernatural feats done by ordinary people are always associated with lack of awareness, can't remember, or extreme focus/hypnosis like). Plus not knowing and not giving the instructions(to body and/or mind/subconscious/) and executing the control process properly will also result into "failure" to succeed, or poor results that have no tangible visible representation of what's actually aimed to be achieved.. You either have to have a source to learn from or have the necessary mental freedom and endurance(read, ability to plow through mental discomfort and novelty/unknown) and drive to explore it(the process) yourself - to use what you have and try figure it out even though you don't know how, yet knowing there is so much that you can do that you don't know how to do and haven't done before. But it starts with the Mind, the captain of the ship - with You. P.s. If you learn from a source you have to look beyond the lessons/the training and look at the big picture, to be able to connect things and truly understand, then master them, and at the end to realize them.

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yeahsteeeve
yeahsteeeve

Joe, your nose and ears never stop growing. They grow extremely slowly but they don't stop.

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Goblin Moblin
Goblin Moblin

My dad's ex wife was a student of Swami Rama and visited India every year. She never stopped raving about him, and I even read his biography, amazed at the stuff he was describing. Very interesting to see that name come up again.

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Rytis Ramanauskas
Rytis Ramanauskas

I was breathing through my nose the whole podcast, was it just me? 😆

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Marshall Painting & Services
Marshall Painting & Services

Hey Joe, you know what else makes ur nose wider? Human growth hormone And ur skull, ur bones, and ur organs, be careful buddy, I know u can afford the good stuff, but, as they say, to much of anything ain’t good for ya. TRT for life baby!

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LuckyST
LuckyST

in swimming circles its common thing. Breathing technique is one of the foundations for good performance (nose in, mouth out). Its one of those things "once you see it, you cant unsee it". After that you start applying it to everything.

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riadi !
riadi !

using mask force you to breath with mounth meanwhile that shit mean make your able got pnoumia so every test you can defineted be corona infected, fuck this corona is conspiracy?

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Taylor Haskins
Taylor Haskins

Brass players know a lot about efficient, extremely controlled breathing. Check out 'The Breathing Gym' by Sam Pilafian... lots of useful exercises posted here on YT. Improving your breathing significantly is actually pretty easy, it just takes a regular effort, just like working out. 5 minutes a day for the average person would do a lot.

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Tyke Pope
Tyke Pope

Who cares about breathing? I came for sperm whales 🐳

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Travis Elvers
Travis Elvers

Guests have talked about Swami Rama multiple times on this podcast I wish one of them would tell him that Swami Rama has written some awesome books about his life that Joe could read

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Baron Fanhope
Baron Fanhope

Everyone in the UK is taught during sports to breathe in through your nose, exhale from your mouth.

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Kara Odell
Kara Odell

This reminded me of another book called Journeys out of the Body by Robert Monroe. Unwillingly he started to astral project. His experiences were subjective but he connected with some scientists to try to provide data for how it works and also to prove other spiritual dimensions. Personally I don’t recommend this practice because you’re subject to encounter danger, believe it or not. But with that said, as there is also no concrete (scientific) evidence for breathing as J. Nestor suggests, could the reason be for something similar? In other words, do specific types of breathing practices open a doorway or a type of power (for lack of better words) that is not ordinary for the human being? Or, was it something that was apart of our ancestry that was lost over time due to distractions as he mentions?

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ezra zubairu
ezra zubairu

I found out about the breathing 2 years ago and it totally improved my cycling I am now faster and can ride for longer.

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Rasputin Arancini
Rasputin Arancini

Just finished his book - AMAZING! Life changing!

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Shred Boise
Shred Boise

After 36 years of athsma and medications, I began using breathing to control it which reduced severity of attacks. Then I began practicing time restricted eating and intermittent fasting and have experienced a complete remission of my disease with no symptoms now for two years. When I went for testing last at the athsma clinic the Dr, with surprise said, "no athsma."

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Stephie Getsit
Stephie Getsit

I need that for my son where do I get the prostetic for expanding a mouth

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Sid Blubaugh
Sid Blubaugh

I struggled to consistently breathe through my nose exclusively without feeling like im suffocating or becoming dizzy. I tried again while watching this podcast, by breathing more slowly, and i have been breathing through my nose for an hour without issues.

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Jasondavisvids
Jasondavisvids

Wow, joe started off by talking about jujutsu. I had no idea he was into jujitsu. He should also try taking vitamin d

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Joel Kalsi
Joel Kalsi

I used to do some form of tummo breathing in kindergarten at age 5-6 because we were poor and I didn't have proper clothes for the freezing cold winter. I was imagining I was a bear with warmth inside and tried to breath calm and shut out the cold out of my mind to ease the feeling. Going out in Finnish kindergarten in mid 80s was mandatory, except if it was raining a lot and also some time after the Chernobyl went off (that put an end to eating snow too).

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JoleFin
JoleFin

Rogan's got some Finnish heritage in him? :)

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William
William

What if you are a chronic allergy sufferer and or have hay fever? My nose stuffs up and I cant even breathe.

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Pengus Wobblous Slide-bellious
Pengus Wobblous Slide-bellious

Yeh, I know what it means to go all the way with breathing. I've been doing it for 28 years.

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The Billbo
The Billbo

I've felt unable to breathe in through my nose clearly for a long time, I suspect it contributed (without me realizing at the time) to having issues with feelings of panic/anxiety. Guess I should get Nestors book and maybe surgery within my nose. lol

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XENOPHON HALLUCIS
XENOPHON HALLUCIS

the changes in humans that he is talking about was documented by Dr. Weston Price. he was a dentist who discovered that his patients health conditions and tooth issues had connections. he began studying nutrition and its connections to tooth diseases and found that indigenous cultures who were eating wild diets had much wider jaws and larger mouths. he discovered that within two generations of eating the refined food stuffs of the civilized societies they came in contact with they developed much smaller jaws, crowded teeth and dental diseases. additionally, he discovered that they began to exhibit a whole host of other diseases common to the industrialized world. According to his writings he determined that there was nutritive substance that disappeared from their diet as they switched from the wild diet they were on to refined foods. he called this substance Activator X...later research by other scientists studying his work revealed that this substance if vit K2.

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XENOPHON HALLUCIS
XENOPHON HALLUCIS

@K Coble its pretty amazing how ahead of his time Price was.

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K Coble
K Coble

Yes correct, Weston Price's book really is a landmark.

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Josh N
Josh N

Also have been looking into orthotropic and myofunctional therapy

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XENOPHON HALLUCIS
XENOPHON HALLUCIS

someone needs to turn this guy on to the Magus Of Java videos from that Ring Of Fire Documentary

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Ed Hutchinson
Ed Hutchinson

everything for long range shooting

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Ashton Kirkland
Ashton Kirkland

that fire in the belly hes talking about is called rajas in yoga.

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Jimmy Pavone
Jimmy Pavone

my favorite joe rogan ever! so cooL!

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discontent
discontent

Joe Rogan thinks any Westerner can go to a Buddhist monastery and demand the monks to give away their sacred science ; to some profane Western moron. LOL. When the student is ready the Master appears, Joe Rogan. LOL

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discontent
discontent

Very informative program on correct breathing.

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Fuck you
Fuck you

Can't believe more don't know this .. I've known breathe in your nose out your mouth since I was 12 playing hockey ..

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Damon Kelly
Damon Kelly

I suffered from panic attacks and anxiety for most of my life. Then I read that most panic attacks take place because the person is not breathing properly. The brain, starved for oxygen over an extended period of time, will cause panic as it fears its own demise. I started breathing techniques and I have not had a panic attack in several years.

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don't matter
don't matter

Never trust anyone not willing to inform the world about what they know... there is some bullshit there

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Jar Aung Phone
Jar Aung Phone

Meditation in Buddhism/Hinduism is basically breathing exercise and put yourself into a trance. I do believe in mind power.

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G MinK
G MinK

Try "Breathe Right" strips before you go for rhinoplasty. When you get your nose carved out, you will never be able to lie on your back and float in water. When you jump in a pool, you will have to hold your nose like a little kid. Otherwise, water will rush right into your sinuses. I came back from Mexico with the worst sinus infection of my life. All because I floated in the surf on vacation. F'd a whole facet of beach enjoyment forever. Think twice.

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T Jam
T Jam

Tape isn’t strong enough to hold my jaw shut during sleep. My jaw dropping pulls the tape off of my lips.

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35sherminator
35sherminator

The very first breathing technique James Nestor experienced in that corner of a studio 10-11 years ago in San Francisco is 'Sudarshan Kriya'. Being a water polo player in my undergrad for 4 years, I had a breathtakingly beautiful experience with my first time of 'Sudarshan Kriya'. My life literally changed from that point on - numerous injuries healed, muscles balanced, physiological changes to my bones which gave me frequent trouble, sleep disorder cured, and many more!

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klugyboy1500
klugyboy1500

Sauna: a panic comes over me and then suddenly calm. It's called dying

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Jess Kannel
Jess Kannel

I'm a yoga teacher and have studying breathwork. I've gotten into the mouth breathing aspect because I've has my own issues with sinusitis and other things that I connected to breath. I've considered researching deeper now with covid I've spoken a lot about the importance of proper breath. We do teach breathwork in yoga.

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DK’s Channel
DK’s Channel

They should add “breath work” to the title.

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Charlie Morley
Charlie Morley

Tummo is taught on every Tibetan Buddhist 3/4 year retreat. Its still very well practiced. There is also reverse-tummo used to cool the body 🙏🏼

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Amanda SickandTwisted
Amanda SickandTwisted

*breathes through nose

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Lobsang Nyima
Lobsang Nyima

I met Swami Rama on several occasions both in PA and in NYC .. I worked at East West Books on 5th Ave which was a bookstore stared by his organization .. He was very sweet and really funny.. He used to say to me " Dave You don't have anxiety ! You are anxiety !!"

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Russell Thompson
Russell Thompson

I have been congested most of my life. There was no option but mouth breathing. I finally got allergy shots for 7 years. Now I can breath through my nose, most of the time.

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Incog Nito
Incog Nito

3x nose surgeries, adenoids and tonsils... still can’t get enough in fast enough. I’ve got the tiniest nose in the world. Looks beautiful, I’ve had people take my picture to surgeons. But if I knew then, I would have advised them against it! I can now keep my mouth closed while I’m just sitting or walking so that’s good. Wish I could get more space in there.why won’t it grow??

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Corey Horvath
Corey Horvath

Old Duncan Trussel was legit

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Ontario786
Ontario786

respiratory gymnastics of A. Strelnikova originally developed in USSR in 1950s to help singers to restore voice. Used also to treat asthma, stuttering, and other voice/lung disorders.

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Ontario786
Ontario786

Dr. Buteiko method (USSR) https://youtu.be/liwYDnxnkWI

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63yank
63yank

I have been able to do this for years . I am a sit hunter and sometimes the chills come on from sitting still and waiting in the cold and have always been avble to focus on my core heat and warm myself . I have always just kept thinking to my self "My core is hot , my core is hot " always amaze myself how it works

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Klaus Uhlig
Klaus Uhlig

James Nestor even speaks like he's in total control of himself,

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Nick MaGrick
Nick MaGrick

48:19 idk, when i was in vegas, this was my favorite part. Im allergic to cigarette smoke, and no one told me the whole of las vegas was saturated with it. I finally felt I could breathe, it stopped my headache, and I had a noticeable shift in the way my body felt after 15 minutes. Maybe thats just because the air quality was so insanely shit, but it did make a difference. Maybe its because im a runner and I already had good oxygen intake from years of training, and I could make more use of the pure oxygen.

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Nick MaGrick
Nick MaGrick

14:48 for the love of fucking god, links please sir. Sir. I wish people would stop bringing this shit up on podcasts, interesting shit, AND NEVER FUCKING SOURCE IT! WHHHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!! how fucking hard is it to source the thing you already know about. Hell of a lot fucking easier than it is for people who don't know what your talking about, ill tell you fucking what. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/05/180510101254.htm this is the closest I can find, but its not the same thing. Im getting really fucking irritated at people speaking on podcasts like this, and never fucking sourcing their god damn fucking materials. Like ever. Why are more people not bothered by this either?

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Ray Ruckus
Ray Ruckus

He kept using the word technology when at least I felt like you should have said technique. Doesn't technology imply an outside appliance I.e. Equipment or a tool of some sort?

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JayOnSwole
JayOnSwole

One of the best podcasts I’ve ever listened to.

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Connor Ó Dubhlaoich
Connor Ó Dubhlaoich

Maybe why Africans have wide noses but Europeans and people with European genes outside of Europe, or others in colder climates have more narrow noses. It's harder to breathe through the nose when it's cold, especially if you're congested.

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Kung flu Master
Kung flu Master

Nearly there, the reason for larger noses in European populations is precisely because of the cold climate and the need to warm and moisten the cold dry air of europe. Evolutionary biology for the win 👍

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Connor Ó Dubhlaoich
Connor Ó Dubhlaoich

This guy gets on JRE but Dr. Mew gets censored

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sarah collins
sarah collins

I have a weird, undiagnosed condition of being permanently cold... probably reynauds or something. My hands and feet are usually cold and mottled looking. While listening to this, I consciously made myself nose breathe only, and after a few minutes I noticed that I felt warm and my hands aren’t mottled. Interesting! I’ll keep it up and see if it continues to work. It does make sense, as co2 is a vasodilator. 🧐

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Phoenix258
Phoenix258

Ya know, i really like this dudes beard and haircut. Like, really fuckin like it. I cant stop admiring it.

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Richard van Eck
Richard van Eck

Who nose?!?

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Mikhail Kutsar
Mikhail Kutsar

How do I get myself one of those mouth expanding devices, I don't want to get my wisdom teeth out

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ceili
ceili

I'm in the same boat

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Schrödinger's Gaffney
Schrödinger's Gaffney

What a load of bollocks.

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Tyler Mulder
Tyler Mulder

Lame ass short podcast

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The COVID-19 Coronavirus
The COVID-19 Coronavirus

Who else started getting hyper aware of their nose breathing

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