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CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON EFFECT OF NADI SHODHANA PRANAYAMA IN PRESENT SCENARIO

Pradeep Kumar Pal*, Neera Saini and H. H. Awasthi

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The state of health is not only determined by individual‟s physical health but also includes mental and psychological and social measurement for proper health. Improved wellbeing is the combination of feeling good (including positive emotions such as happiness, contentment, interest and affection) and functioning well. It means in present days health is not bounded with physical body but also include mental social and spiritual aspect also, because these play very important role in the basics of health. Yoga has a rich base to deal with physical as well as mental health. If one practises Yoga, one can surely notice how certain Asanas affect one‟s mind and body. Yoga is the science of right living which includes Asana, Pranayama and Kriyas. Yoga consists of five principles which include proper exercise, proper relaxation, proper breathing, proper diet, positive thinking and meditation. In this modern world right from the adult to old age, very common occurrence of stress, anxiety, headache, cardiovascular problems, and psychosomatic complications are more. Pranayama means control of breathing. As a technique Pranayama is the practice of slow and deep breathing. The mechanism of Nadi Shodhana pranayama (NSP) to overcome most of the problem as anxiety, stress, psychosomatic disorders are responsible for these responses is fully focused on domination ruled by parasympathetic nervous system over sympathetic nervous system. This in turn improved blood flow, endocrinal secretions and also reduces the stress, heart rate, blood pressure; pulse and MAP (mean arterial pressure).

Keywords: Yoga, Asanas, Nadishodhana Pranayama, Psychosomatic disorders.


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