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Breathing Exercises

There are a few yoga breathing exercises, for relief and gives your busy mind time to relieve from, insomnia; helps get to sleep, migraine and headaches. It cleanses the lungs, sinuses, nasal passages. Slows your heart rate and breathing, lowers your blood pressure, relaxes the nervous system and respiratory muscles. The way you breathe affects your whole body. Full deep breathing of quality oxygen is a good way to reduce tension and feel relaxed. Consciously breathing deeply is the opening gambit for all types of deliberate relaxation because the stress-instigated shallow, rapid respiration that changes blood chemistry. Inhaling for 6 seconds, holding your breath for a count of 3, then exhaling for 6 seconds is a complete-unto-itself stress-reliever when repeated for 2 minutes. Alternate Nostril Breath.
Sit in a comfortable position with your chin leveled with the floor, gazing straight ahead. Exhale through both nostrils. Using the thumb and ring finger of your right hand, folding the first two fingers in towards your palm.

1. Close the right nostril with your thumb and inhale slowly through the left nostril.
2. Close the left nostril with your finger, open the right nostril, and slowly exhale, to breathe out.
3. Inhale, to breathe in through the right nostril.
4. Close the left nostril with your thumb, open the left nostril and exhale. This completes one cycle. Repeat the sequence for several cycle, keeping the breath right slow and rhythmical. If you're feeling dizzy, or just not quite right, the first few times breathing, take your time and slow down the breathing tempo. Yoga can be an effective complementary treatment for heart disease, asthma, migraine headaches, neck pain, back pain, arthritis, diabetes, insomnia, and cancer.
Exercise therapy Breathing. The exercise therapy breathing is to develop full use of your lungs and to get in touch with the rhythm of breathing. Lay in a comfortable position on your back, with knees bent.

1. Place your left hand on abdomen, and your right hand on your chest. Take the time to see how your hands move as you breath in, and out.
2. Practice filling your lower lungs by breathing so that your left hand goes up when you inhale and your right hand remains still. Always inhale through your nose, and exhale through your mouth.
3. When you have filled, and emptied your lower lungs 7 to 10 times, add the second step to your breathing; inhale first into your lower lungs as before, then continue inhaling into your upper chest. As you do so, your right hand will rise, and your left hand will fall a little as your abdomen falls.
4. As you exhale slowly through your mouth, make a quiet, whooshing sound as first your left hand, and then your right hand falls. As you exhale, feel the tension leaving your body as you become more, and more relaxed.
5. Exercise breathing in, and out in this manner for 3 to 5 minutes.

Notice: that the movement of your abdomen, and chest is like rolling waves rising, and falling in a rhythmic motion. Exercise therapy breathing daily for several weeks until you can do it almost anywhere. If you're feeling dizzy, or just not quite right, the first few times breathing, take your time and slow down the breathing tempo. You may want to consult with a specialist if you have sever snoring that has just started recently and you haven't gained any weight.

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