Asthma, manage through yoga

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What is Asthma Asthma is a clinical condition in which the lungs airways (bronchi : which carries air to alveoli, where finally oxygen gets dissolved in our blood.) become inflamed and can cause spasm, which in result causes shortness of breath and wheezing.  Because of airways getting narrow it becomes difficult to breath normally and

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The seven chakras

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The chakras are centers of energy in the astral body. Six of them are located along the Sushumna; the seventh – the Sahasrara chakra – at the crown of the head. All are depicted with the certain number of petals, corresponding to the number of nadis emanating from them. Each petals represents a sound vibration

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Pranayama

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  “When the breath wanders, the mind is unsteady, but when the breath is still, so is the mind still.” – Hatha Yoga Pradeepika|| Breath is life. we can live for days without food or water, but deprive us of breath and we die in minutes. In view of this, it is astonishing how little

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Basic Breathing

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Yogik breathing or Pranayama revitalizes the body, steadies the emotions and creates great clarity of mind. Before practising the exercises, you should be sure that you understand how to breathe correctly, making full use of the diaphragm. In order to facilitate the flow of prana and ensure that is space for expansion of the lungs,

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