Elisa Vranich

clinical psychologist and founder of “The Breathing Class"

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Elisa Vranich on KCRW

We know that deep breathing can help when you’re stressed. Now some deep breathing evangelizers say it can cure a lot more: chronic back pain,  depression, and even acne.

Deep breathing can lead to better health

We know that deep breathing can help when you’re stressed. Now some deep breathing evangelizers say it can cure a lot more: chronic back pain,  depression, and even acne.

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