Yoga for Asthma

By way of yoga breathing exercises can help people with mild asthma and may help reduce the use of low-dose inhalers in wheezing attacks.

This has been evidenced from research Respiratory Medicine Unit, City University, Nottingham, calls for more studies of ways to improve the control of breathing which they say has been ignored by Western medicine.

While yoga practitioners have long believed in the benefits of pranayama breathing exercises for asthma sufferers, it is difficult to learn formally. But, using a Pink City lung - a device that sets the breathing slow and users can mimic pranayama breathing exercises - it is possible to measure the effects of controlled breathing in hospital trials.

Seven Chakras

Seven Chakras

Chakra comes from Sanskrit word meaning wheel spinning. It is a system of seven energy centers located along the spine. Chakra respectively correspond to the areas of the body, there are behavioral characteristics and stages of spiritual growth. Practicing yoga and focusing your energies during different postures can help you to align your chakras and get all the wheels spinning in the same direction and speed. Understanding how to fine tune and control your chakras through yoga and meditation can help bring balance and peace of mind, body and soul.

In our body there are seven chakras, each chakra is associated with different body parts along the spine from the perineum to the crown of your head. Each chakra is associated with a particular body site, color, emotional / behavioral center, as well as many other personal aspects including identity, purpose, rights, etc.

Breathing and Relaxing

With breathing and relaxing then you can get out of the stress in your life. You can use the breath to relax, rather than stress, your mind and body. Yoga helps you to relearn that natural state of body and mind want to be in: relaxation.

In a good breathing will calm and energy. The energy you feel from a few minutes to breathe the liver was not nervous or hyper, but that energy, steady calm that we all need. Breathing slow, steady, and give a message to calm the nervous system: Be calm.

Entire books have been written on yoga breathing. Here is one of the 5-minute Breath Break. (Read the instructions several times before you try to practice.)