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Breathing is an essential part of being alive and is controlled by involuntary muscles, which makes it an action most of us don't think about in our day to day lives. But when someone suffers from Asthma, this can be a traumatic experience on a daily basis. Breathing is an important aspect to a yoga practice and good breathing is an essential part of calming in the mind and body. Yoga can help people suffering from asthma to learn how to control breath and breathe better with the body.HOW THE BODY IS AFFECTED?
Breathing consciously is an essential part to any yoga practice, it helps calm the mind and body. Different breathing practices during yoga will enable you to breath deeper and more relaxed in your body. Everything in our body is connected, yoga brings your whole body, soul and mind into alignment with each other. If you suffer from asthma, a perfect way for calming the stress and difficulty with your breathing is to become more familiar with your yoga practice.