3 Yoga Breathing Exercises for Anxiety

3 Yoga Breathing Exercises for Anxiety

These yoga breathing techniques (also known as pranayama, which means “breath control” in Sanskrit) will calm your nervous system, bring mental clarity and balance your energy.

The three breathe exercises for anxiety described here are:

1. Elongate Your Exhales
2. Kapalabhati or Skull Shining Breath
3. Nadi Shodhana or Alternate Nostril Breathing

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