Chapter 6: Psychosomatics of the Respiratory System

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Breathing, more than a simple physiological process, is a system that transmits emotions and reflects our internal state.

We begin by examining the crucial role of breathing at birth, where the cry of the newborn not only indicates the ability to breathe, but also establishes the first link with the outside world, validating existence and life outside the mother's womb.

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