Anulom Vilom Pranayama for COVID patients to keep lungs healthy

COVID patients tend to experience low oxygen levels which is why medical experts advise frequent monitoring of oxygen saturation. One can use a pulse oximeter for it. While proning helps improve oxygen levels, Dr Naresh Trehan, chairman, Medanta, also suggests practising yoga to keep lungs healthy. One of the pranayams he recommends is anulom viyom, adding that the pranayam is effective in expanding the lungs.
When you take a deep breath and hold, there is greater oxygen exchange, the doctor said.

Anulom Vilom Pranayama

Anulom Vilom Pranayama
Procedure : Hold your right nasal with thumb, breathe in from left. Now open right nasal and close left nasal with middle and ring finger and breathe out from right nasal. Now breathe in from right nasal. Now close right nasal and open left and breathe out and in from left nasal. and so on.
Duration : Atleast 10 minutes.
Benefits :Heart, high BP, heart blockage, vat-cuf-pit, arthritis, cartilage, bent ligaments, sinual fluid reduced, parkinson, paralysis, neural related, depression, migraine pain, asthma, sinus, allergy.
Tips :Breathe into lungs not to stomach. no organ in stomach absorb oxygen. Do not hurry. Do it slowly. Read in details about Anulom Vilom Pranayama

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