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Why should we do Pranayam daily?

Have you ever wondered why our past generations lived a happy and healthy life while we are struggling to get the same? This is because our parents and grandparents had clean air to breath which unfortunately we are lacking due to air pollution. The most affected organ by air pollution is our lung. Lungs provide essential oxygen to our body through blood circulation. Therefore, it is important to maintain lung health and best way for it is various breathing exercises.

Yoga is our heritage which includes breathing exercises, postures and meditation. Yoga is the key to strengthen the body functions and calm the restless mind. Yoga leads to equilibrium between the body and mind, improving quality of life and over all wellbeing. Scientific studies show that yoga improves respiration, blood circulation, concentration and metabolic processes. So one should practice yoga daily to relax, rejuvenate and improve overall health especially lung health.

What is Pranayama?

Pranayama is defined simply as practice of breath regulation and is a primary component in a traditional yoga practice. Pranayama is the simplest stress relief technique from Yoga, where mind is focused on the rhythm of the breaths. The practice of pranayama involves breathing techniques, exercises and patterns. In simple words, it means purposely inhale, exhale, and hold your breath in a specific sequence. Daily practice of Pranayama is important for maintain lung health.

What is “prana”?

In Sanskrit, “prana” means breath or life energy and “yama” means control over something. “Prana” is the vital energy needed for our physical and mental wellbeing, without which the body would perish. It is life force in us that nourishes the mind and keeps the body alive. If the “prana” flow is continuous, smooth and steady, the mind remains calm, positive and

enthusiastic. If this flow gets disturbed, then one experiences increased worries, fear, uncertainty, tensions, conflict and other negative qualities.

What are the benefits?

Pranayama has benefits due to the therapeutic effects of breathing exercises and mindfulness. In Pranayama, one utilizes the full capacity of lungs while improving the diaphragm muscles. Deep breathing stimulates the release of hormones which overcome pain and helps to de-stress. It brings harmony between the body and mind, making one physically and mentally strong. Hence we must practice Pranayama daily to relieve everyday stress for better lung health.

Which Pranayama to do?

There are many types of pranayama which improves lung health. Here some simple and easy to do Pranayama are mentioned. You can practice them daily and have health lung.

1. Anuloma-viloma – Breath in through one nostril while closing other nostril by index finger & thumb. Then breath out through other nostril while closing first nostril by index finger & thumb. Repeat the same with other nostril. This Pranayama brings equilibrium in respiration.

2. Ujjayi – Breath in through both nostrils normally. Then breath out through both nostrils by flexing neck downward and making snoring sound. This Pranayama improves lung health.

3. Bhasrika – Take short breaths in and out through both nostrils. Start increasing speed of breath in and breath out. After reaching possible high speed of breathing slowly decrease the speed and breath normally. This Pranayama improves respiration and lung health.

4. Bhramari – Breath in through both nostrils normally. Then breath out through both nostrils by closing eyes and ears by fingers while making bee humming sound. This Pranayama brings harmony to respiration.

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