LifestyleThis pranayama will calm and strengthen the nervous system, practice like this

This pranayama will calm and strengthen the nervous system, practice like this

Let us tell you today how to practice five pranayamas, which are beneficial for the nervous system.

Nervous system i.e. nervous system, which helps in performing many voluntary and involuntary activities related to daily life by controlling various organs of the body.

If it gets affected due to some reason, then the body gets surrounded by a lot of problems, so it is important to keep it calm and strong, for which you can take the help of yoga .

Let us tell you today how to practice five pranayamas, which are beneficial for the nervous system.

Kapalbhati Pranayama

For the practice of Kapalbhati Pranayama , first sit on the yoga mat in the posture of Padmasana and keep both your hands on the knees in Jnana Mudra.

After this, close both your eyes and relax your whole body and take a deep breath through the nose, then release this breath by contracting the abdominal muscles. Keep repeating this process for a few minutes.

After this slowly open your eyes and stop the practice of pranayama.

Nadi Shodhana Pranayama

For Nadi Shodhana Pranayama , first sit on the yoga mat in the posture of Sukhasana, then place the first two fingers of the right hand in the center of the forehead.

Now close the right nostril with the thumb and breathe in through the left nostril, then close the left nostril with the ring finger and exhale through the right nostril. During this, close both your eyes and focus on your breath. After some time leave Pranayama.

Bhramari Pranayama

For Bhramari Pranayama , sit on the yoga mat in Padmasana position.

Now bend both your hands at the elbows and bring them near your ears and close both your ears with the thumbs, then place the index fingers of the hands on the forehead and the middle, ring finger and Kanishka finger over the closed eyes.

After this, close the mouth and while breathing through the nose, chant Om. After a few minutes, slowly release the pranayama.

Anulom Vilom Pranayama

For Anulom Vilom Pranayama , first sit on the yoga mat in Padmasana posture and close both your eyes.

Now close the right nostril with the thumb of your right hand and breathe in through the left nostril, then with the ring finger of your right hand, close the left nostril and exhale through the right nostril.

After repeating this process for a few minutes, slowly open your eyes and leave the practice of pranayama.

Ujjayi Pranayama

For Ujjayi Pranayama , first sit in the position of Padmasana on the yoga mat and bend your tongue towards the inside of the mouth while touching the upper palate.


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After this, close both your eyes and breathe normally while exhaling from the throat, then slowly deepen the breath.

After doing this for 10-20 minutes, slowly open both your eyes and become normal.

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