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How Breathing Exercises Can Heal Your Mind & Body?

Created by Asttrolok in Astrology 30 Aug 2023
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How Breathing Exercises Can Heal Your Mind & Body?
Breathing is the primary action of life. We start life by breathing and would continue doing it until life ends. But is it just about delivering oxygen to the body? Yes, of course, it provides the most essential component to our body(Oxygen). But just like we do workouts to become fit and active on the outside, breathing exercises improve our inner system to work properly inside.

Our state of mind influences the way we breathe, and our breathing, in return, influences our emotions and physiology. 

Breathing practices (pranayama) are used in yoga and Ayurveda to maintain, balance, and maintain the body, intellectual, spiritual, and emotional health. It has several physiological effects as a result of the management of breathing.

Ancient yogis have documented numerous sorts of repetitive deep breathing practices that can have varied impacts on the mind and body, in addition to plain deep breathing.

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Advantages of Breathing Exercises



  • Nadhi Shodhana:


When you're feeling worried or irritated, this practice can help you feel calmer right away.

Deeply inhale from your left nostril whilst pressing your right thumb against your right nostril. Switch nostrils at the end of the exercise by closing your left nostril and exhaling gently through your right nose. Continue to inhale through the right nostril after fully exhaling, sealing it off at the height of your inhalation. Exhale thoroughly after lifting your finger from the left nostril. Practice for Three to Five minutes, switching your breathing over each nostril.

  • Ujjayi:


When you're upset, frustrated, or angry, this cooling pranayama can help you relax and calm down.

Deepen your inhalation a little more than usual. Exhale slowly and deeply via your nose, closing your mouth and tightening your throat muscles. This would sound like ocean waves if done right.

  • Shitali Kumbhaka:


Fold your tongue sideways and take a deep breath through it. Close your mouth and hold your breath for eight counts before exhaling through your nose. Continue for a total of eight breaths and up to eight minutes.

Diminished pitta (heat) in the head, throat, and upper digestive system is part of this technique. It should not be used if you have asthma, bronchitis, or chronic constipation.

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  • Brahmari:


Inhalation is alike to ujjayi, and exhalation requires humming like a bee. A resonant sensation in the heart and head is caused by humming. Continue to take 10 breathe deeply in this manner, followed by 10 deep Brahmari breaths with both ears closed during the exhalation phase.

This practice aids in the balance of Vata as well as the subtle enhancement of mental and emotional awareness. It can also be used in conjunction with yoni mudra. This procedure should never be used while lying down. It must be done in an upright position when practicing.

  • Bhastrika:


This exercise should only be done in the presence of an expert. Inhale twenty fast bellows-like blows through the left nostril while closing the right nostril. Continue with twenty additional bellows blows from the right nostril whilst closing the left. Then, via both nostrils, take twenty bellows breaths. This technique assists in drawing prana into the mind and body, removing mental, emotional, and physical obstacles.

Regulating breathing:


A timed breathing exercise in which the exhalation is lengthier than the inhalation is the simplest basic breathing exercise for soothing both the respiratory system and the exhausted mind. 

This activates your Parasympathetic nervous system while decreasing the amplitude of your Sympathetic nervous system. If you do this for at least 5 minutes, you will notice a shift in your general mood. This activity can be completed by anyone without the assistance of a teacher.

Conclusion:


Breathing exercises on daily basis, generate an open mind as well as, repair the damages to the body. Stay healthy and fit, adopt yoga as a lifestyle.

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