Bhastrika Pranayama: An Overview
The Bhastrika Pranayama is a powerful technique for awakening the dormant centres of the body. From experience, it is the only pranayama which swiftly stimulates, energises and massages both the external and visceral organs.
The intracranial pressure is rhythmically increased and decreased during the practice of bhastrika pranayama. The flow rate of cerebrospinal fluid increases due to this. In the hips, the Apana vayu is agitated. It amplifies the nerve impulses in the central nervous system. The respiratory rate multiplies many times which excites the brain and stimulates the endocrine system.
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