Pranayam

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The word pranayam is a Sanskrit word that carries two different words. ‘Pran’ means life energy and ‘Yam' means control in Sanskrit language, so conclusively, pranayam word denotes a great control over your life energy which is ‘breath.’ 

Ancient Indian culture has given yoga as a blessing to teach about consummate lifestyle. In yoga, there are many other divisions and categories. And Pranayam is usually practiced between almost every asan or after the asans. 


It is a breathing technique that holds deep and meaningful benefits to the body. Pranayam is also practiced as a distinct yoga activity because it is way too conducive to being a supportive activity. 


The word pranayam is a Sanskrit word that carries two different words. ‘Pran’ means life energy and ‘Yam' means control in Sanskrit language, so conclusively, pranayam word denotes a great control over your life energy which is ‘breath.’ 


Pranayam teaches one to control his/her breath and connect one's mind and body in the most spiritual way. It requires you to get significant control over the timing, frequency, and duration of your every breath and pause. 


Pranayam helps in stress issues, sleep quality, high blood pressure, lung function, smoking addictions, and many other bodily functions. With particular synchronized breathing exercises and patience, one can achieve a lot of benefits through pranayama. 


There are many types of pranayama like Anulom-Vilom, Bhastrika, Ujjayi, Surya Bhedan, etc., and they all describe different techniques and benefits. 


Focus, breath, hold, release, and repeat until you feel immense relaxation and rejuvenation is what most pranayama techniques promote. 

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