If you get tired quickly while working out and you start feeling short of breath, it means that your lungs have become weak. Weakness of the lungs is dangerous because it is only through the lungs that fresh air enters our body and the air containing carbon dioxide comes out. Weakness in the lungs can be easily cured by doing some breathing exercises. Research has found that even a few weeks of continuous training in breathing exercises have shown improvement in serious lung diseases such as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Let us also tell you 4 such breathing exercises, which will make your lungs strong and increase your control over your breath.
Walking Breathing Exercises:
If you walk anywhere throughout the day, you can practice breathing exercises even while walking. With this exercise, you will also get used to deep breathing and exercise will also happen. For this, count how many steps you can take to fill your breath. Let’s say this is 4 steps. Then you also count how many steps you can exhale after walking, let’s say 6 steps. In this way, continue this sequence of filling the breath completely after walking 4 steps and leaving it completely after walking 6 steps.
Sitting Breathing Exercises:
Deep breathing is very easy to do, to do this, first of all, sit straight and keep one hand on the chest and keep the other hand on the stomach. Just after this, you have to take a deep breath and then slowly release it. Deep breathing and exhalation have a positive effect on the respiratory region, making the muscles of the lungs stronger. Many types of toxins are produced in the body due to poor eating habits and lazy life. The pure oxygen that the body receives from breathing exercises detoxicates these toxins. By doing breathing exercises, you get relief from many problems like hypertension, fatigue, headache, nervousness, and sleeplessness.
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Waking up in the morning breathing exercise:
Every morning after getting up, take a lot of breath for about ten minutes before leaving the bed and then slowly release it. Take equal time for both inhaling and exhaling. It may seem a bit difficult to do in the beginning, but once the rules are made and you feel the benefits, you will be able to do this activity very easily every day.
In Anulom-Vilom Pranayama, the method of inhaling and exhaling is repeated over and over again. Anulom-Vilom pranayama is also called ‘Nadi Shodhak Pranayama’. By regularizing the Anulom-Vilom, all the nerves of the body remain healthy and healthy. Anyone of any age can do this pranayama. To perform Anulom-Vilom Pranayama, sit on it in Padmasana, Siddhasana, Swastikasana, or Sukhasana by laying a rug and blanket as per your convenience.
Now close the right nostril with the thumb of your right hand and inhale through the left nostril, in the same way, press the left nostril with two fingers next to the thumb. And after this, remove the thumb from the right nostril and exhale the breath. After this, breathe in through the right nostril and after closing the right nostril, open the left nostril and exhale for a count of 8. Do this action for 3 minutes first and then increase with time to 10 minutes.