Last updated: June 2019
When experiencing endometriosis pain, many people guard (or "tense up") their pelvic floor muscles. This tension can lead to increased pain and inflammation. Diaphragmatic breathing is one technique to reduce endometriosis symptoms, control pain, and promote self care.
Join Endometriosis.net advocate and pelvic floor physical therapist Erin Glace as she discusses and demonstrates diaphragmatic breathing.
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