5 Best Yoga Asanas for Asthma Relief | Yoga for Bronchitis & Respiratory Problems



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Presented by : Dr.Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani Of Ananda Ashram ICYER Pondicherry

Hathenas to increase Breath Capacity and Efficiency in the Upper Chest Area
Adhyam Pranayama – 00:14
Sapurna Matsya Asana – 01:51
Purna Maha Mudra – 05:08
Bala Asana – 07:44
Paripurna Shasha Asana – 10:02

ADHYAM PRANAYAMA: Upper-chest breathing stimulates the cranial nerves, and in particular the vagus nerve, which also affects the heart and lungs as well as all of the internal organs of the body. Very few people, men and women alike, breathe adequately into the upper regions of the lungs. Because of the lower position of the bronchial tubes supplying air to the upper lungs, this region remains partially filled with stale, residual air, and can only be emptied by conscious adhyam pranayama. As a result, those who suffer from difficulty breathing will often get immediate relief from this practice. Adhyam pranayama also provides relief from dyspepsia (heart burn / excess stomach acidity), is an effective combatant for asthmatic conditions, and helps to remedy many sorts of breathing difficulties.

Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India. Yoga means union of the individual consciousness or soul with the Universal Consciousness or Spirit.

Asanas are thought to have physical health benefits and can lead to injury in roughly 1 in 20 practitioners a year in the U.S. Different authors or schools of yoga may have different names for an asana. Many asanas have multiple names or one name may refer to multiple asanas.