Before I begin, this part of the eBook is not for everyone. But if you hyper-ventilate or find it hard to breathe when approaching women, then this part of the book can be of great help to you.

When we hyper-ventilate or get really short breathed in anxious times, it’s because we aren’t breathing properly. I know you are already aware of that, and the reason I am telling you this is because most people actually have poor breathing techniques?

Now proper breathing techniques and exercises can be a book all on their own, so I will not go into great detail. I will just give you the basics, which should be enough to help your approach…

Point one, you can check to see if you are breathing properly by placing your hand on your stomach. Does your hand rise each time you breathe in? Does your hand fall when you breathe out? If you answered no, then you aren’t breathing correctly.

The most important thing you need to know on correcting your breathing is taking longer slower breaths upon inhale and exhale. So concentrate on that.

A way I have found to help stop hyper-ventilating is to place your hand over your mouth and nose so you can feel your breath’s and regulate it back to normal quickly.

Also another key note is your posture. Are you sitting or standing up straight? Shoulder’s back, head up to allow maximum air flow into your lungs.

This is the quickest and easiest way I know of to correct your breathing.