Yoga breathing balances your brain

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Was the O-foggy feeling wary somewhere in the afternoon three times? Or wake up your feeling, as it doesn't seem to shake you? Yoga offers a wonderful, simple, portable medicine for those foggy braided feelings.

One of the main practices of yoga is Pranayama, or prana (energy) -breathing exercises in the body. There are many different types of pranayama, but a good place to start with Nadi Shodhana or alternative Nostril Breathing. This increases oxygen in the brain and in the whole body, making it feel well developed and energized.

The science behind the soul is that an optimum health person replaces one nostril every two hours and then the other. This breathing method actually balances the brain hemisphere. Most of us are not in perfect health, so this breathing pattern is disturbed. If breathing is too dominant in the right nostril, the occurrence of mental and nervous system disorders. If breathing is too dominant in the left nostril, brain function is reduced and chronic fatigue occurs.

When breathing primarily through the right nostril, the left hemisphere of the brain is activated, responsible for rational, analytical thinking processes. When breathing through the left nostril, the right hemisphere, which is responsible for creativity, becomes involved.

The practice of Nadi Shodhana allows us to recreate the breath and the brain as the habit of optimum operation, resulting in greater vitality, clear thinking and creativity.

Exercise by Nadi Shodhana

1. Come to a position position straight with Spanish.

2nd Fold down the right index and middle fingers to touch the palm of your hand. The thumb, ring and pink fingers are sticking out.

3rd Close your right nostril with your thumb and breathe through your left nostril.

4th Immediately close your left nostril with your ring finger, release your thumb and express it through your right nostril.

5th Breathe through your right nostril, then close your nostril with your thumb and exhale on the left.

6th This completes one of Nadi Shodhana's circles. (Continue breathing through the left nostril, the right nostril is closed, and so on.)

7. Start with three laps and build up to 12 or more turns.

Practices Nadi Shodhana anytime he feels tired, emotional, or clearly thinking. Make it part of your morning routine for 40 days a day and you will be amazed at the increased strength and energy your brain and body will receive.

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