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YOGA BENEFITS - 10 POSITIVE EFFECTS FOR YOUR HEALTH

YOGA BENEFITS - 10 POSITIVE EFFECTS FOR YOUR HEALTH Why should you do yoga? We all know that regular exercise and movement are good for our bodies. But what special effects do we unleash through yoga? The great thing is: Yoga has many effects that can have a positive impact on our health - both mentally and physically. What are the benefits of yoga? What do you have to consider? What happens to my body when I do the exercises? In this article you will find the 10 positive effects yoga has on your health and why you should therefore incorporate regular exercises into your everyday life. Here we go! 1. CONTROL BREATHING Probably the most important and perhaps most valuable aspect of yoga is the effect it has on breathing. Nothing is as decisive for the sequence of movements, but also for the entire yoga session, as correct breathing or breathing technique. Learning these is one of the basic principles and affects the entire implementation. It ensures that you can find your inner pe

Respiratory System: Perform These Exercises To Strengthen Your Lungs

Respiratory System: Perform These Exercises To Strengthen Your Lungs. The function of the respiratory system is to obtain oxygen from the ambient air, and to eliminate carbon dioxide transported in the blood, a product of cellular metabolism. The act of breathing works thanks to the lungs but also to organs and muscles that are part of this system such as the nose, mouth, throat, bronchi and diaphragm. Did you know that there are breathing exercises that can help you strengthen all of these muscles? A routine of respiratory exercises helps us to keep our lungs and each of these organs healthy to reduce the risk of suffering asthmatic attacks, bronchitis or other chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases. How can we strengthen our lungs and airways? "Time to start eating well and taking care of our lungs is right now." According to the American Lung Association , just as exercise improves our muscles and the functions of our heart, respiratory therapy seeks to prevent