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Pranayama for men

Pranayama for men

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Migraine and heart problems are seen a lot in men but regular pranayama practice can get rid of these diseases. So, lets focus on some helpful breathing techniques :

1.Ujjayi Pranayama

Ujjayi Pranayama helps in maintaining peace of mind and warmth in the body.


  • Increases the ability to concentrate.
  • Increases internal energy and makes positive energy flow.
  • Helps with sinus issues and migraines.
  • Opens up clogged arteries and controls cholesterol levels.
  • Reduces the chances of heart diseases and problems like heart attacks.

2. Bhastrika Pranayama
In this pranayama, the breath is exhaled rapidly like a bellows to expand the prana vayu. Simultaneously, with the same speed, the breath is taken inwards as well.

Benefits :

  • Relieves three doshas i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. When these three are balanced, a person remains free from diseases.
  • When done with slow breathing rate, its positive effect is visible on blood pressure. This may help control both the systolic (upper number) and dyslotic (bottom number)
  • Reduces weight and body fat.
  • Reduces stress, improves anxiety and mood.

3. Surya Bhedi Pranayama
Surya Bhedana is a kind of warming pranayama, or breathing technique, that focuses on one nostril: the right side. Surya indicates the right nostril which is connected to the body’s pingala nadi.


  • Strengthens the lungs.
  • Practicing on a regular basis reduces anxiety, depression and other mental diseases.
  • Digestive system gets strengthened.
  • It increases the heat in the body due to which Vata and Kapha, cold and cough are destroyed.
  • It is of great benefit in respiratory diseases like Asthma, Bronchitis etc.
  • Beneficial for people with low blood pressure and diabetes.
  • Removes impurities from the blood and removes skin diseases.

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