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Prana is the Sanskrit word for “life force” in other words its our breath. Prana is viewed as the universal life force that is responsible for our body’s life, temperature and maintenance. Our breath, our prana is what keeps each and every one of us in our physical bodies alive.According to Patanjali’s the great sage and author of the Yoga Sutras stated the practice of the 4th Limb: Pranayama helps to regulate and purify the body’s vital energy (prana). It is also believed that when your prana becomes unbalanced your body is more susceptible to illness, disease, and fatigue in your mind, body, and spirit. The amazing part of this is that modern research is proving this ancient knowledge to be true!