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Best Pranayama For This Summer

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Sheetali Pranayama 

 

  • Protrude your tongue as far as possible, without any strain
  • Roll the sides, so that it forms a tube.
  • Inhale through the tongue, close your mouth and swallow.
  • Exhale through the nostrils. Repeat this ten times.

Kaki (crow) Pranayama 

  • If you can’t twist your tongue, purse your lips like a crow’s beak.
  • Bite your teeth lightly.
  • Keep your tongue behind the teeth.
  • Inhale through the lips and swallow.
  • Exhale through the nostrils. Repeat this ten times.

Seetkari Pranayama

  • Bite your teeth lightly.
  • Open your lips in a wide smile.
  • Inhale through the teeth, close your mouth and swallow.
  • Exhale through the nostrils. Repeat this ten times.
In all these three pranayama you can feel chill air passing through your tongue or teeth.

Benefits: Summer pranayama refresh and tone up the body, activating the liver, bile duct and heart with beneficial effects on the circulatory system, respiratory system and body temperature. The regular practice of these pranayama prevent sun strokes and other ill effects of summer.

Also, theses pranayama cool the system purify the blood, quench thirst and increase hunger. They soothe the eyes, nose, ears and cure chronic dyspepsia, skin disorders and low fever.

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Author: mylifemystuff

My intresting fields is writing poetry. Traveling and surfing on internet, i am also interested in watching wrestling and MMA,

2 thoughts on “Best Pranayama For This Summer

  1. This was fun. I cannot roll my tounge, so I did the “modified” version. It was interesting, the inhale sounded like an espresso machine…. thanks for this, after a morning of meditation, I really appreciated this quick and easy continuation of breathing exercises.
    I hope you have a lovely day!
    Currie

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