When it comes to breathing your face was created in such a way that it has two sources in which to breathe out of; the first being your nose and the fail safe being your mouth. Your nose is your filter. It tends to stop bacteria and allergens (via your nose hairs etc.) from getting into your system. The other thing is does is maintain abdominal pressure, that is, if you are actually breathing into your stomach.
Another great and probably the biggest reason for breathing out (exhaling) of your mouth is for neurological purposes. Exhaling through your nose has a direct connection to your brain that signals feelings of flight or fight or what I like to call the “Oh, Sh!#!”Reflex. Many times you get this feeling (along with adrenaline) when a deer or flock of ducks get close. Learning to control your breath will help you become calmer in the field which increases the odds of both good decision making and a more accurate shot. If you are confused at this point let us demonstrate a technique to help you breathe better:
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