Techniques and Procedure of Udgeeth Pranayama for Memory & Concentration

Benefits-of-Pranayama

Udgeeth Pranayama known as “Omkari Japa” and also known as Chanting Breathing. Udgeeth Pranayamas is very simple breathing exercise. This exercise should be practiced regularly like other Pranayamas.

Steps to Practice:

  • At first sit on a yoga mat comfortably and feel relaxed in your body and mind.
  • Start inhaling deeply. (While practicing this Pranayam you should inhale and exhale deep and long.)
  • Inhale deeply and chant OOOOOOOOOOOOOOmmmm when you are exhaling for a long time.

 (Sound of ‘O’ needs to be long – like – OOOOOOOO and sound of ‘M’ needs to be short – like – MM.

  • Always try to concentrate in your inhale and exhale when you are chanting Ommmmm, because in this pranayama breath is very important. Because your proper inhale and exhale will bring positive energy in you.
  • Repeat this 3 – 4 times.

Benefits of Udgeeth Pranayama

  • Udgeeth Pranayama calms your mind and bring stability in your mind as well.
  • It relieves tension from your body and mind and helps to reduce anger and anxiety.
  • This is an outstanding breathing exercise for meditation.
  • Udgeeth Pranayama helps to fight against hypertension.
  • Helps to cure Insomnia.
  • Helps to control high blood pressure.
  • Udgeeth Pranayama helps to cure problems related to nervous system.
  • It helps to cure acidity and gastric issues.
  • Regular practice of Udgeeth Pranayama will improve your memory and concentration.

Remember:

  • You should practice this pranayam under the guidance of a yoga expert to avoid unnecessary injury and to get the better result.
  • You should practice on an empty stomach.
  • Try to practice this udgeeth pranayama in the gap of at least 5-6 hours after your meal.
  • Good to practice in the morning.
  • Anyone can practice this exercise, of any age, from children to old.

Happy Practicing!

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Kabbyik Mitra is a yoga enthusiast, a health blogger, and a tech nerd. He loves yoga, so does yoga at home, including pranayama, meditation, spirituality etc. He promotes yoga in his community, sometimes alone and often with the group; by way of his blog yoga2all.com (A Healthcare Blog) on a regular basis. His vision is to promote and share knowledge on yoga and other holistic therapies for the greatest goodness of mankind.

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