Breathing Yoga: Along with reducing belly fat, the lungs and liver can also be made healthy by the practice of Kapalbhati


Breathing Yoga Kapalbhati Pranayama is one such practice that has many benefits. With its practice, you can reduce belly fat, and also remove problems related to breathing. So let's know about it in detail.

 Breathing Yoga: Kapal means head and Bhati means light. The head becomes shiny by the practice of this pranayama, hence it is called Kapalbhati. Kapalbhati is one such breathing process that benefits our body in many ways. So today we are going to know about these benefits, how to do this pranayama, and the necessary precautions.

How to do Kapal Bhati

Sit in meditation posture. Close the eyes and release the whole body.

Breathe slowly through both the nostrils and fill the air in the stomach. Then exhale while contracting the stomach with force. You have to put all your attention on exhaling and not on inhaling. The process of breathing continues on its own.

In the same way, after inhaling once, keep exhaling according to your capacity. Exhale at least 10-15 times. Then relax. Take a couple of normal breaths and again take long deep breaths and focus on exhaling continuously.

In the beginning, do it 20 to 30 times and gradually take it to 100-200.

Its advantages

Blood circulation improves if done properly and regularly.

With the help of this yoga, you can not only reduce your weight, but you can also reduce the fat stored in the stomach.

With its continuous practice, the skin gets bright and glowing.

This pranayama is also helpful in reducing the problem of hair fall.

Along with the lungs, it is also beneficial for the liver. Asthma patients should especially practice it.

If there is any problem with breathing, then it is overcome by its practice.

The internal organs of the abdomen are massaged with this asana, due to which the digestive system remains healthy.

Improves lung function.

Along with the body, the mind also remains active and healthy.

Take these precautions

This asana should be practiced before doing meditation.

People suffering from heart disease, vertigo, high blood pressure, epilepsy, seizures, hernia, and gastric ulcer should not do this asana.

After doing Kapalbhati, do Shavasana, so that the body becomes relaxed.