“Lambi Sas Baro”! You must have heard your yoga teacher ask you to take a deep breath, right? It’s not easy for many people, especially when you’re a beginner and don’t have the habit of taking deep breaths. One of the best ways is to lie down and practice deep breathing. But when you do pranayama in yoga and you still can’t breathe deeply. It didn’t help much. Some of the benefits of deep breathing include pain relief. low stress anxiety and blood pressure Improved digestion, immunity, energy, etc. So, if you’re still contemplating how to practice deep breathing, read on!
Shynee Narang, certified yoga teacher recently has taken to her social media to share breathing techniques for deep breathing to make the experience easier for everyone. Read further to find out!
Try this breathing technique for deep breaths.
sometimes while doing yoga We are so preoccupied with the correct posture that we lose our breath. Remember to direct your breaths to your asana. From now on, deep breathing will be easy and natural for you with the breathing techniques shared by the experts. Here’s how it works:
Keep your lips closed. This will lower the tongue. making room for the air to go all the way down Now just inhale and exhale through the nose. You will be able to take a deep breath. easily It’s as simple as that and equally effective. Check out the video!
Tips for improving your lung capacity
The lungs play an important role in keeping our bodies and systems healthy. Here are some tips you can try to strengthen your lungs.
1. Take a simple, deep breath.
deep breathing It will help you reach the full potential of your lungs. You can breathe in slowly. Feel your stomach expand and lower your diaphragm. Also, expand your ribcage and float open like a wing. Finally, allow your upper chest to expand and lift. As you exhale, exhale and relax.
2. Keep your posture in check.
Our lungs are believed to have a soft structure. and occupy the space that we created for the lungs You can watch your posture and sit taller on occasion to make more room for your lungs. You can try leaning back slightly in a stable chair, lifting your chest, and opening the front of your body while taking a deep breath.
3. Stay Hydrated
Drinking enough water every day is just as important for your lungs as it is for the rest of your body. And this thinner lining is responsible for making the lungs work better.
Also read: Learn the Art of Correct Breathing with Pranayama and Benefit
4. Laugh it out
Laughing is a great way to get your abdominal muscles moving and increase lung capacity. It also clears your lungs by expelling stale air and making room for fresh air to enter other areas of the lungs.
5. Stay alert
Aiming for at least 20 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise will help expand your lung function. Regular exercise is good for your lungs. And increasing lung capacity accomplishes three things: good mood, healthy heart, and healthy lungs.
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