Breathe your way to a better life

Published: 19th June 2013 11:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th June 2013 11:06 AM   |  A+A-

Do you feel that the stress of everyday life is wearing you out by the day and not giving you enough time to devote to your well-being? Are you one of those who invest their time, money and energy in everything else but health?

If your answers are positive then you need to learn the art and science of systematic breathing to better your health, for all you know you could have been breathing unscientifically. This reduces quality of health and energy.

Pranayama is an ancient system of breathing exercises and a godsend to those wishing for better health and energy. Basically, it is a science of relaxation.

Though being one of the easiest forms of wellness yoga, Pranayama can improve overall quality of your life and also help you in your endeavours and capacitate you to take on any challenge that comes your way.

The simplicity of the practice must not mislead any enthusiast into taking things into his/her hands. Pranayama must be practised under the guidance of a qualified practitioner.

It is worthy to invest your time and money in pranayama and breathe your way to a better life.

Set of simple breathing exercises help in:

  Reducing heart rate. It also keeps the heart healthy.

  Ridding the body of excessive fat

  Revitalising the digestive system

  Enhancing the functioning of kidneys, pancreas, intestines, diaphragm, lungs and the heart

  Making the body free of toxins

  Strengthening the immune system

  Improving blood circulation

  Reducing blood pressure, by relaxing the body and soothing the nerves

  Relieving oneself of negative thoughts, behaviour, feelings and patterns of thinking


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