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Deep Breathing or Full Yogic Breath is a body and mind balancing Pranayama.
Process Sit in a comfortable position on the floor or on a chair feet on the floor watch your breath as to enters and leave your body.
PLace you right palm just below your navel Left palm on you chest Breath out and then breath in pushing your tummy out filling it with air.
Then your diaphragm region lastly, your upper chest and your collar bone’ Now breathe out relaxing your upper chest.
Emptying your diaphragm region and lastly, your abdomen pushing it as far in towards your spine as possible emptying your body of air completely.
This completes one round of Pranayamareload and repeat 15 to 20 time in one sitting.
Do it twice a day to begin and you can do it as many times as you wish no side effects.
Can be practised anywhere but do not breathe through your mouth.
Deep breathing is slow and purposeful it happens in 3 three different sections of the torso and naturally engages all your vital organs.
Benefits of Pranayama
Full Yogic Breath revitalizes the entire body with prana it is the breath of life. It is for this reason that it is called Pranayama
Full Yogic Breath relieves stress, refreshes the mind, and activates the parasympathetic nervous system, encouraging a
You become calm and more balanced.
In particular, it benefits the vital organs and strengthens your immune system Deep Breathing Facts In One breath we take i 350 ml of air
The release of endorphins which make you feel calm and happy, reducing the effects of stress and anxiety