How to practice Anulom Wilom Pranayama to develop correct breathing

whether you are a yogi or not You must have heard everyone talking about the health benefits of practicing deep breathing. Breathing exercises are known to boost immunity. release stress or anxiety and help improve overall quality of life. One of the most popular breathing techniques in yoga is Anulom Vilom Pranayama. To the unfamiliar, Anulom means natural direction and vilom means opposite or reversed direction, so this pranayama means alternative breathing. with one nostril having more airflow and the other side was partially blocked. Let us know more about it!

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Anulom Wilom Pranayama How to practice?

Experts share that our bodies have three main energy channels – the right nostril represents solar/male energy. The left nostril represents the lunar/feminine cooling energy. and the middle through which prana flows. When the two sides meet, Anulom Vilom Pranayama balances the flow of energy in both nostrils and stimulates the center.

Also read: How to Take Deep Breaths to Increase Lung Capacity: Yoga Experts Say

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Pranayama will unblock your nose! Image Courtesy: Shutterstock

Anulom Wilom, how to do it?

• To do this, Keep your spine straight and perform the Pranav Mudra with your right hand.
• Use your right thumb to close the right nostril. then inhale through the left Close the left nostril with the finger of the right. then exhale to the right
• Inhale again through the right. and exhale to the left complete one round
• Do 10-15 rounds at a time.

Benefits of Anulom Wilom Pranayama

1. Balance male and female energy
2. Purify the Energy Channel
3. Slowly solve the problem of autoimmune disorders, migraine, depression, epilepsy, anger, anxiety, laziness and excessive sleep problems.
4. It also helps in cleansing the aura and awakening the spirit.

Precautions to keep in mind while performing this pranayama

According to experts. “The circulation of breath in a healthy person alternates approximately every 2 hours. but for most people This period is too short or too long due to unhealthy diet, lifestyle, stress, disturbed sleep cycles. various disease conditions, toxins, lack of exercise, etc. Regularly practicing breathing through the nostrils will help It balances the circulation between the two nostrils, which slowly corrects the physical and mental balance.”

1. Practice at the right time.

The best time to practice pranayama is from 2 hours before sunrise to 1 hour after sunrise. Doing it during sunset is also helpful. If you are unable to do Anulom Wilom Pranayama during this time any time of day

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Breathing exercises such as Anulom Vilom can help you cool down your BP… Image Courtesy: Shutterstock

2. Should practice on an empty stomach outside the place.

Should be practiced on an empty stomach at least 2 hours after meals and prefer to practice outside of nature or in a well-ventilated room, sitting cross-legged, such as Padmasana, Siddhasana, Swasdiasana, Vajrasana, or Sukasana. The spine is straight.

Also read: This is why Malaika recommends anulom vilom for healthy lungs and strong immunity.

3. Be careful with your hand gestures.

The left hand should rest on the left knee in the chin mudra. The chin mudra is when the thumb and first finger are gently pressed, the other three fingers are gently extended.

4. Keep your elbows in the proper position.

bend your right elbow Place your right hand on the nostril in the Pranav Mudra. Also, keep your right elbow relaxed and rest on the right side of your chest for comfortable practice.

You can skip practicing this pranayama if you cough too much or your nostrils are closed. in heart conditions such as high/low blood pressure to act under supervision

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