Posts Tagged ‘yoga breathing’

Memory Loss

March 14th, 2010

Memory loss is something which concerns many people today.  Even young people can suffer from memory loss. We are all afraid of getting alzheimer's disease: when the memory and brain function  have declined so badly that we are incapable of making decisions and caring for ourselves, then we have lost control of our lives, we get put into care, and our active contribution to society ceases. We all wish to avoid this scenario. There are several main causes of memory loss in people who are not yet old. If you have reason to believe that your memory function is declining, or is ...

The Ha Ha Ha Breath/Quit Smoking

December 9th, 2009

The cessation of the smoking habit can be made easier through yoga breathing exercises.  Below, I have listed a few of my favourite ones.This list includes exercises  such as the 'Ha' 'Ha' 'Ha' breath, which improves lung function and helps eliminate toxins, including nicotine and tar, from the lungs. This is a useful exercise to learn because it is a  quick exercise to do. Yoga Nidra, which  helps to oxygenate  and cleanse the blood, takes longer, but it also relaxes the mind so that it can realize the new aspirations you have for it. The HA HA HA BREATH.  A great oxygenator of the blood ...

Yoga Breath and Sleeping Well

November 2nd, 2009

Learn How To Sleep Well With Yoga Breathing; This article will give information which will help you to reduce tension and help you to sleep properly. The yoga breath is an integral part of spiritual healing.  By doing yoga breathing, you  will  take in the prana which will raise your vitality.  This vital force not only helps your own health - by practicing the yoga breath regularly, you will have  more energy to help other people heal themselves. The most important techniques mentioned here are age-old practices derived from yoga teachings. The health benefits of yoga breathing are numerous. A calmer brain, better ...
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