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Slowing down or taking walking breaks between intervals might help you catch your breath, allowing your body to supply oxygen-rich blood more efficiently to your heart, organs, and muscles. As you drop the intensity, aim for the lower range of your goal heart rate, which is around 50 to 70% of your maximal heart rate. You may also use the "speaking test" to see whether you've reduced your intensity to a safe level if you can speak without trouble. Deep breathing, often known as "belly breathing" or "diaphragmatic breathing," has been demonstrated to lower blood pressure and decrease the pulse. Stop jogging, find a comfortable spot to sit, and try inhaling deeply through your nose until your belly expands, then exhaling through your nose or mouth if your heart rate is too high. Rep until your pulse rate has slowed to a comfortable level.

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