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Appendix flexible

The appendix is an organ that can become rigid. Its rigidity is from overconsumption of disaccharides with alpha bonds (sucrose, maltose, trehalose), presence of certain bacteria, and digestive abnormalities.

Keeping the appendix flexible through diet and exercise helps prevent inflammation and infection. Dietary guidelines mainly relate to overconsumption of sweeteners that rely on the disaccharides with alpha bonds. Less is helpful.

Many exercises affect the flexibility of the appendix. Exercises that require consistent deep breathing, such as yoga, martial arts, and hiking in hilly terrain, naturally flex the appendix.

Here is an exercise that specifically affects the appendix and other internal organs.

  1. Sit on a chair, making sure that your feet are flat on the floor.
  2. Breathe deeply several times, increasing the depth of your breath each time.
  3. Bend forward until your body rests on your thighs.
  4. From this bent position breathe rhythmically, and then breathe several quick breaths.
  5. After the last quick breath, hold your breath for several seconds, and then release the air with a long exhale.
  6. Stay in the bent position and pull in your abdomen as much as possible without straining. Hold this position for several normal breaths.
  7. Relax your abdomen and breath normally a few breaths, then sit up.
  8. Breathe deeply several times, increasing the depth of your breath each time.
  9. Hold your breath one last time, and then release the air and breath normally.

Note: This information has been spiritually received.

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