The breathing method for anxiety, and when you need to relax

There are so many cases when an individual gets nervous or anxious, talking or singing in a public atmosphere such as a concert, a meeting, a recording or a presentation.
What are you gonna do to overcome this stress and anxiety?
You reassure yourself by saying, “don’t worry, don’t worry, I’m fine.” Unfortunately, you cannot control this feeling when you are nervous.
Please, shift your thoughts to other things rather than trying to suppress the nervousness.
I’ve found that breathing is the best way to fix this issue, after vigorous testing in various situatuions.
I would like to advise that relaxed controlled breathing is imperative for good quality vocalization, and I’ve developed some techniques to help you achieve this.
The considered points are as follows:
(1) Diaphragm
(2)Internal and External intercostal muscles
(3)Costovertebral joint

If the above three parts mentioned, successfully increase the performance of motion, you can produce the best breathing techniques and overcome any tense situation. I actively undertake this breathing method.
Now, I am going to explain the role of each part, and break them down into 8 key points, to assist in guiding you towards the proper training for this breathing exercise.
Your voice is going to be better if you get better breathing and make better performance of motion on your larynx.
You really can have a great voice, no matter how nervous or anxious you feel.
respiratory system anatomy
Note:It’s a done deal with this breathing method!
Practice in a comfortable area, inside or out, with no distractions affecting your relaxed state.
A lot of people want to just focus and take deep breaths, this is also correct.
But if you follow these steps, the results will be delivered easier and more efficiently.
This is the following way;
1:Inflate the abdomen to forward
2:Inflate the breastbone and arch your back
3:Inflate the shoulder for the shoulder blade to abduct
4:Take a breath with an awareness of time, counting 1 to 3
5:Then pause your breathing for 5 seconds at the maximal expiration
6:Breathe and blow out the air all at once, similar to air coming out of a balloon
7:After you breath out all of the air, pause for 5 seconds again
8:Repeat this sequence 3 to 5 times