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How to Practice Easy Pranayams ( Breathing exercises)!

How to Practice Easy Pranayams ( Breathing exercises):

Practice pranayams to enhance your lungs capacity, to add more oxygen to your blood, to refresh your whole body, all organs. It particularly benefits the Lung and Heart. Heart benefit directly because the heart is very near to the Lungs. Pranayams clean your body, refreshing your body and mind instantly and with long-term effects!

For doing pranayams you need to limber up/warm up your limbs a little so that your body is ready for the activity. Otherwise, our body can get injuries and we don’t feel well to start!

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Easy Pranyams include only Inhalation (Purak) and Exhalation(Rechak). No Retention of the breadth (Kumbhak).

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Easy pranayams are suitable for all common people like us, who are not ascetics.

 

 

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Benefits of Pawanmuktasana

Benefits of Pawanmuktasana

Pawanmuktasana is very easy and beneficial. It can be practiced by people of all ages and categories.

  • It can be used as a warm-up exercise.
  • Increases blood circulation throughout the body.

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  • It benefits the stomach and abdominal muscles.
  • Reduces belly fat.
  • It tones up the arms, legs, and buttocks.
  • It reduces fat in the thighs and buttocks.
  • Helps in weight loss.
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  • It promotes digestion, reduces constipation.
  • It strengthens the stomach, liver and spleen.
  • It addresses Sterility and Impotence.
  • Beneficial to the neck, back, and spine.

For Women:

The pelvic muscles are strengthened and the reproductive organs are benefitted.

Reduces menstrual disorders.

Cautions:

Those facing problems in the Lumbar area should be extra careful by being slower or avoiding Full Pawanmuktasana. They should practice Half Pawanmuktasana.

As a warm-up exercise, this pose is a good one. Before practicing some ‘tough’ exercises like Bow Pose, this can ‘ready’ the system by this.