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YOGA FOR ASTHAMA HINDI/ENGLISH DVD(FREE SHIPPING) Indications, Benefits, Dosage & Side Effects

This provides info on the various types of asanas that are useful for a various types of Asthmatic or respiratory problems. This instructs you on how by following very simple instructions you can reduce the occurrence of asthmatic attacks as well as cure various types of respiratory diseases. It even provides you with the info on how and what diet must be followed by a person suffering from any respiratory problem so as the occurrence of these attacks can be reduced.
Yoga is a system inclusive of physical and mental training that can benefit people of all ages. It involves Asanas (body postures) and Pranayama (art of breath control), among which of its physical uses are to reduce stress-related conditions, help with circulatory and respiratory disorders such as Asthma and Bronchitis, and improve over-all health. Asthma and Bronchitis are two chronic lung ailments that can cause damage to the lungs. These should be treated immediately to avoid any complications.
Their are certain group of people who are more susceptible than others; men are more so than women, outnumbering them ten to one – the reasons why are unclear. Smokers are 50 times more likely to get chronic Bronchitis than non-smokers. Generally, it occurs with greater frequency in winter, in damp, cold climates, and in heavily polluted environments. Chilling, overcrowding, fatigue, and excessive smoking are contributory factors. Yoga Exercises including the poses, breathing, and relaxation techniques put you in control of your mind and emotions, making you more relaxed and allowing you to breathe easier. This will also help your lungs work better and enhance airflow during Asthma attacks.
Following Yoga poses to help you feel better and take control over Asthma and Bronchitis, together with proper medication.

These asanas are explained as follows:-

• Pavanamuktasana or the Wind Relieving Pose:
• The term Pavanamuktasana comes from the Sanskrit word 'pavana' which means air or wind and 'Mukta' which means freedom or release. The Wind Relieving Pose works mainly on the digestive system. Specifically, it helps in eliminating excess gas in the stomach.
• Svanasana or the Corpse Pose:
• The Corpse Yoga Pose is considered as a classic relaxation Yoga Pose and is practiced before or in between Asanas as well as a Final Relaxation. While it looks deceptively simple, it is actually difficult to perform.
• Sukhasana or the Easy Pose:
• This is a classic Meditative Poses and is usually performed after doing the Corpse Pose. The Easy Pose helps in straightening the spine, slowing down metabolism, promoting inner tranquility, and keeping your mind still.
• Shoulder Lifts:
• Many people hold tension in their necks and shoulders, leading to stiffness, bad posture, and tension headaches. Yoga practice can ease tension, increase flexibility, and tone the muscles.
• Ardha Matsyendrasana or Half Spinal Twist:
• If done properly, the Half Spinal Twist lengthens and strengthens the spine. It is also beneficial for your liver, kidneys, as well as adrenal glands. Practice this Yoga Pose under the supervision of a Yoga instructor.

Anuloma Viloma:-

• Anuloma Viloma is also called the Alternate Nostril Breathing Technique. In this Breathing Technique, you inhale through one nostril, retain the breath, and exhale through the other nostril.
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