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5.. Breathing Changes

Oranges in breathing are an early barometer of someone’s mood. The easiest way to observe a person’s breathing rate is to watch the up-and-down movement of their chest or abdomen. Sometimes you can even pick up signals by watching the shadow of a person’s shoulder against a background wall. You can see the pattern of rising and falling with every breath.

Rapid breathing will only mean something about someone’s internal state if you’ve watched them often enough or long enough to know how they breathe when they’re excited and when they’re calm.


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