(Part-2) Yoga Breathing Exercises (Pranayama) for Optimal Respiratory Health.

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To practice Bhramari Pranayama (Bee Breath), sit comfortably and close your eyes. Take deep nasal breaths. Exhale gently while humming like a bee. Close your mouth and breathe numerous times.

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Benefits: Reduces tension and calms the mind. Reduces stress and headaches. Calms nerves.

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To do Anulom Vilom (Nadi Shodhana Variation), sit comfortably with a straight spine. Breathe via your left nostril, shutting your right thumb. Close the left nostril with your right ring finger, exhale right.

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Right nostril inhale, close, left nostril exhale. Cycle numerous times. Benefits: Balances body energy flow. Improves breathing. Mental clarity improves.

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Bhastrika Pranayama (Bellows Breath): Sit with a straight spine and relaxed shoulders. Breathe deeply through both nostrils. Forceful exhalations and vigorous inhalations. Slowly increase pace. Keep going for 1-2 minutes.

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Benefit: Boosts lung capacity. Increases blood oxygen. Energizes everything. Pranayama tips: Consistency: Practice pranayama regularly for best results.

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Stay present and focus on the breath and sensations during the practice. To breathe freely, sit comfortably with a straight spine. Listen to Your Body: Stop if dizzy or uncomfortable and resume when ready. Pranayama improves respiratory health, relaxation, and vigor in yoga. 

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You should learn these methods from a trained yoga instructor if you're new to pranayama or have respiratory issues. You should consult a doctor before starting a pranayama practice, especially if you have health issues.

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