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Taking a good full deep breath sometimes is not as easy as one might think. Many things can interfere with inhalation and exhalation and a reason that many people do not realize are surgical scars. These could be anywhere on the body, as scar tissue is a stressor. Those scars closer to the “zip code” of the diaphragm can be particularly disruptive, such as: gallbladder, c section, appendix. Scar adhesions can attach to nearby ribs, organs and the surrounding muscles affecting fascial pull, breath and range of motion. Surgeries to the neck, shoulder, lungs will interfere with our affect our accessory or secondary respiratory muscles.   Read more here:  Take a Deep Breath