Dhruv Nandamudi is currently finishing his B.S. in Psychology from Yale University, with an emphasis in neuroscience. He also contributes as a research associate at Yale's Clinical and Affective Neuroscience Lab, examining the neural mechanisms of treatment response in patients with binge-eating disorder. He hopes to pursue a career as a practicing clinical psychologist.
Research reveals that controlling your breathing patterns can decrease anxiety, enhance motor learning and bolster mental alertness and tranquility. Collectively, these effects can alleviate the negative effects of pressure on performance.