Covid-19: How to do deep breathing exercises, how do they help, Centre answers

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Breathing exercises including those carried out in yoga such as Anulom Vilom Pranayam have been shown to increase the general immunity of the human body. India is currently seeing a high number of cases and deaths because Covid-19 which also causes scarcity of oxygen supply.

India on Saturday recorded 326,098 new coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases and 3,890 more deaths.
India on Saturday recorded 326,098 new coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases and 3,890 more deaths.

The center on Saturday underlines its importance to healthy in the middle of the second wave of the Pandemic Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and suggests deep breathing exercises which is said to be able to help people in recovery after illness. Sharing Chart on Twitter, the government said this exercise could be done after taking steam inhalation and also without it.

Breathing exercises including those carried out in yoga such as Anulom Vilom Pranayam have been shown to increase the general immunity of the human body. India is currently seeing a high number of cases and deaths because Covid-19 which also causes scarcity of oxygen supply. Some infected patients have died because of massive drops in their oxygen levels. Therefore, it became very important for the community, regardless of whether they were infected with Covid-19, to maintain their oxygen at an adequate level.

Here are six steps where you can do this breathing exercise:

> Sit in a chair.

> Take care of your body relaxed.

> Breathe slowly through your nose

> Hold your breath.

> Remove your breath slowly, stay open.

> Do 10 times in one Go.

The government also said the exercise above must be done only in a closed room and without wearing a mask. People with acute respiratory problems, high temperatures and chest pain, however, are advised to do exercises. If anyone feels dizzy or experiencing palpitations while doing breathing exercises must stop.

Apart from the above, the Ministry of Health UNI recently released guidelines for self-proning that enhances comfort and breathing oxygenation. Proning is very useful in covid patients with compromised respiratory efforts, especially if they are in house isolation, the ministry says adding this exercise is only needed when patients experience difficulties in breathing and oxygen saturation running below 94.

India, meanwhile, on Saturday recorded 326,098 cases of Coronavirus (Covid-19) and 3,890 more deaths, each took cooperatives and the number of deaths to 24,372,907 and 266,207, according to the Dashboard of the Ministry of Health Union.

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