By: karengray | September 25, 2018

If you have ever flown on a commercial airplane, you have probably heard the flight attendants at the beginning of the flight talk about how to keep yourself safe in the event of an emergency. They demonstrate how to fasten your seat belt, how to exit the plane safely, and how your seat cushion doubles as a flotation device. 

They tell you that in the event of an change in cabin pressure, an oxygen mask may drop down from above your head. They show you how to apply the mask, and they make sure that you understand you need to put your own oxygen mask on first, before helping anyone else.

The logic behind this is simple: If you pass out trying to help someone else because you didn’t put your mask on, then you aren’t able to help anyone els...

Category: Self Care 

Tags: stress, breathing, release