September 14, 2017 04:35 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

Hillary Clinton shows off 'alternative nostril breathing'

Hillary Clinton shows off 'alternative nostril breathing'

Hillary Clinton sat with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Wednesday talked about the new relaxation methods she's picked up since the stunning defeat.

Hillary Clinton showed off just how she has been handling her loss to President Donald Trump since the 2016 election while promoting her new campaign memoir.

The failed Democratic presidential candidate sat with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Wednesday talked about the new relaxation methods she's picked up since the stunning defeat. 

'Seems like you've been doing a lot of yoga?' Cooper said during an interview organized as part of Clinton's What Happened book tour.

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'Seems like you've been doing a lot of yoga?' Cooper said during an interview organized as part of Clinton's What Happened book tour
'Seems like you've been doing a lot of yoga?' Cooper said during an interview organized as part of Clinton's What Happened book tour

Hillary Clinton sat with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Wednesday talked about the new relaxation methods she's picked up since the stunning defeat

'Yes, I have,' Clinton said. 

'And alternate nostril breathing.'

Cooper then asked if he could see how the breathing technique works.

'I would highly recommend it,' Clinton said. 

She talked about the yoga she has been doing as of late and alternate nostril breathing

She talked about the yoga she has been doing as of late and alternate nostril breathing

'You are supposed to shut your eyes -- I don't want to shut my eyes on national television -- but you do hold [your nostril] and breathe through one, and you hold it and then you exhale to the other and you keep going'
'You are supposed to shut your eyes -- I don't want to shut my eyes on national television -- but you do hold [your nostril] and breathe through one, and you hold it and then you exhale to the other and you keep going'

'You are supposed to shut your eyes -- I don't want to shut my eyes on national television -- but you do hold [your nostril] and breathe through one, and you hold it and then you exhale to the other and you keep going'

'You are supposed to shut your eyes -- I don't want to shut my eyes on national television -- but you do hold [your nostril] and breathe through one, and you hold it and then you exhale to the other and you keep going.'

She added that the mechanism is 'very relaxing' if done while 'sitting crossed-legged on the yoga mat' 'and you're really trying to inhale, and hold it and then have a long exhale.'

'I found it quite helpful,' she added 

 

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