The holistic, old fashioned signs of wellbeing is called Yoga. Where yoga poses or made to maintain a strong and healthy respiratory system since your ability to breathe and take in oxygen is improved when your lungs are functioning effectively.
According to health experts, making yoga a daily practise helps to enhance flexibility, strengthens the chest muscles and keep the body healthy.
Start by altering a few aspects of your lifestyle and putting diaphragmatic breathing, basic deep breathing and pranayama exercises like Khand pranayama , Anulom Vilom and kapal bhati into practise.
Practise yoga, asanas, pranayama and meditation for at least 30 minutes on 3 to 4 days per week.
1. Hasta Uttanasana Start by taking a straight stance. Make sure your palms are facing each other. As you raise your arms, gently band back while keeping her head tucked in between your arms. You I should remain open and your knees should remain straight.
2. Vajrasana Thunderbolt pose. With your arms by your sides, maintain a straight posture. Kneel down gently on your mad, point your toys out and position your pelvis on your heels. Your thighs should press against the calf muscles at this point. Keep your heels a little distance away from one another. With your palm facing up, place them on your knees. Set your back up straight. Look ahead.
3. Paschimottanasana seated forward bend. start with dandasana with your legs extended forward. Keep your back straight as you raise your arms in the air. As you bend forward at the hips and rest your upper body on your lower body, exhale and empty your stomach.
4.Ustrasan - camel pose. Put your hands on your hips as you sit while kneeling. Your palm should be on your feet as your arch your back, maintain a neutral neck position. Hold this position for a few breaths. Exhale then slowly return to the starting position. Pull your hands back and place them on your hips as you stand up tall.
5. Balasana child's pose. Inhale as you lift your arms above your head while kneeling. While standing on your heels, breathe out as you forward bend your upper body, placing your pelvis on the hills. Place your forehead on the ground.