How can breathing help me overcome my sugar addiction?

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Pam Grout
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

Eating signals the pituitary gland to release endorphins. These natural chemicals slow and smooth out the digestive process, but they also make you feel so good that you sometimes want to eat more. Breathing, when done properly, actually signals the brain to release endorphins in your body the same way eating does. Endorphins, as you probably know, are natural drugs that make you feel good. So by self-administering oxygen, you can "just say no" to mainlining sugar.

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