October 08, 2021 03:17 Created by Admin, Last modified on October 08, 2021 03:17
As Coronavirus spreads across the globe, the only way to beat it is to stay strong, look after yourself, wash your hands at all times and boost immune system.
Simple Pranayama reduces the stress levels and boost immune system.Through Pranayama we control and if our focus goes onto breathing to elongate the inhalations and exhalations, it will really help to improve nervous system.Mindful breathing provides more oxygen in our blood and the anxiety levels begin to decrease.
Let’s start with simple breathing instruction which you can do anywhere, anytime – at home before work,during work or lunch time or, before sleep. You choose how much time you would like to spare for this simple Pranayama. Make sure you practice mindful breathing, stay present, focus on your breath only for the duration.
Yogis have long known that the practice of voluntary breath control (consisting of intentional inhalations, retention, and exhalations) helps strengthen and purify the body so we can feel better and more energized.During pranayama, you are literally drinking in gallons and gallons of vitality and immunity.You supercharge the blood with extra oxygen. When you retain the breath, you literally inject more oxygen into the bloodstream.Oxygen is life, so that means you are enriching your blood with a lot of life. And not only do you take in more oxygen but along with the air you take in more pranayama. Every cell of your body vibrates with new life.
Stress reduction can be especially interesting when linking pranayama to immune health, as an increased amount of the stress hormone cortisol has been shown to lower immune function, resulting in more colds and transmitting infections easier. Next to improving immune function by decreasing stress levels, pranayama also has many physical immune benefits.Controlling the breath through different techniques stimulates our lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is our natural cleansing agent. It is responsible for removing toxins and unwanted waste products, which slow down or attack our immune function, from our body.
Deep and controlled breathing, exercised in pranayama, helps to get the lymph fluid flow properly through our body. This results in an enhanced lymphatic function and an improved removal from toxins. Moreover, a healthy lymphatic system also fights viruses and bacteria already when entering the body. The result: Getting sick less often and increased energy levels.
Benefits of Pranayama to Boost Immunity