Ronak Mogal, Graduate student, MS Health Care Management, Marymount University
Pranayama is a yogic science of respiration. The basic principle of pranayama is to supply maximum amount of Oxygen to the body cells through various breathing techniques. In recent years, pranayama has gained attention because of its benefits discovered by many Indian doctors and yoga followers. This technique of breath control has shown miraculous improvements in patients with Diabetes, Hypertension, thyroid, Cancer and several other disorders. In today‘s busy and stressful life, our breathing tends to be shallow and fast, thereby providing less oxygen to the body organs, typically causing lower vitality and various diseases.
Pranayama is a recovery tool for the unhealthy. It is also for them, who have exercise limitations. Pranayama can be done by people of all age groups with any conditions. Pranayama can be done in any location at any time with no cost associated to it.
To identify how pranayama can be used as one of the techniques to improve health.
There are millions of people cured or improved through the daily practice of pranayama. Better functioning of the organs, better mental health, and quality of life in old age is now possible through practice of pranayama.
Proper utilization of this free source of energy has remarkably improved our health. It is necessary that this self healing science be advocated to all. Further study will be performed to support the purpose.
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