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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part F (2018)

Pranayama: The power of breath and its benefits

Dr. Niraj Singh Yadav
Thousands of years ago yoga originated in India, and in present day and age, a disturbing mindfulness was seen in wellbeing and regular cures among individuals by yoga and pranayama which has been demonstrated a powerful strategy for improving well-being notwithstanding anticipation and the board of infections. With expanding logical examination in yoga, its remedial angles are likewise being investigated. Yoga is accounted for to lessen pressure and nervousness, improves autonomic capacities by activating neurohormonal instruments by the concealment of thoughtful movement, and even, presently a-days, a few reports proposed yoga is helpful for physical soundness of malignant growth patients. Such worldwide acknowledgment of yoga likewise vouches for India's developing social impact.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Niraj Singh Yadav. Pranayama: The power of breath and its benefits. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(1): 388-393.
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