Yusran Adhitya Kurniawan’s Blog


by on Jul.04, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

yoga-formYoga became one of
alternative options that sports has many benefits, so more and more
people take yoga classes.
One benefit of yoga is to
reduce allergies.

Every breathing, people
inhale particles such as dust, germs, smoke, feathers and pollutants
(all of which can cause allergies).
The nose serves as a
natural air filter, protecting the body from impurities.

Breathing is a core
element of yoga.
Breathe through your
nose, as is done in traditional Ayurvedic and yoga can provide a calming
effect on the body.

Among the self-healing
techniques, breath work with unique because breathing is the only way to
raise awareness, maintain and repair other body systems.

Heart rate, blood
pressure, circulation, digestion, hormone secretion and mental, and
emotional states can all be controlled, managed and cured through proper
breathing practices.

following the practice of yoga
breathing techniques that can reduce allergy:

   1. Inhale through your nose
with a full capability

2. Hold your breath

3. Take a breath a little
longer, and hold.
Repeat once more. This exercise will
improve the ability of the lungs and intercostal muscles (the muscles
between the lungs that helps breathing).

4. Hold for 10 count

5. Slowly exhale through
your nose, using your abdominal muscles to push a little air out.

For allergy sufferers,
after doing this breathing technique, should make cleaning the nose
(nasal rinsing).
This is to reduce the
fixed particles inhaled in the nose and sinuses, which can cause
irritation or allergy.


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