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Sun-moon breathing, also known as Alternate Nostril Breathing, is a fantastic energiser.
11, 12] Alternate nostril breathing (ANB, Anulom-Vilom) is a very popular yogic exercise.
Alternate nostril breathing for 6-11 minutes releases excessive worrying, thinking and brain activity.
Once the person calms down, Hyman goes into deeper practices such as the alternate nostril breathing which revitalizes the left and right brain hemispheres.
b) Anuloma viloma: It is the alternate nostril breathing with breath held to the count of 16 in Vishnu mudra.
Close your eyes and breathe in and out slowly through both nostrils, do alternate nostril breathing, or inhale and exhale only through the left nostril (a calming breath).
3 Nadi Shodna: Practice alternate nostril breathing with a straight, tall spine and closed eyes.
The chapter provides self reflection exercises for each of the observances and concludes with an exercise on alternate nostril breathing called nadi shodhana.
When you feel unsettled, stressed, or sick, Hemingway recommends doing the following two-minute breathing exercise, which involves the simple technique of alternate nostril breathing.
Alternate nostril breathing is an exercise with a valuable settling effect.
Dr Stanway has also devised Alternate Nostril Breathing Exercises which re-trains you how to breathe properly.
Continue alternate nostril breathing, remembering your complete yogic breath for three to five minutes.

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