How to Prevent COVID 19 Attack on your Respiratory System

Coronavirus disease is an infectious disease which mostly causes respiratory organs and spread person to person. This novel coronavirus infected more than 210 countries and Territories that originated from Wuhan, China. Symptoms of COVID-19 are cough, fever, and shortness in breathing.

Currently, there is no cure, and treatments are found yet for this Pandemic disease. Everyone is focusing on necessary preventive measures against the novel Coronavirus until an effective remedy is found.


Amid the lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it is advisable to do a lot of Yoga to keep your body healthy. This ancient exercise helps you to strengthen the immune system in maintaining optimum health and protect your respiratory organs. Here we mentioned some Yoga asana and Pranayama to take care of your lungs during the COVID-19 crisis.

Read on to understand how Yoga practice plays a vital role in preventing the deadly virus attack on our respiratory system

We all know about Yoga. Now, it has become so popular around the world due to its various benefits. As much as Yoga has embraced by people, many yoga schools like Ashtanga-Vinyasa Yoga, Hatha Yoga have emerged in the market. But now it is difficult for you to join any yoga alliance near you due to novel Coronavirus.

During this lock down, practice Yoga to enhance the immune system and also avoid contact with others while practicing.

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev also discussed various yoga asana and Pranayama, which boosts the immune system. It takes care of your respiratory system, as well.

Viparita Karani (Legs up the wall)

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This yoga asana aids in strengthen the nerve connection and circulate the blood’s entire body. As the name suggests, legs up the wall, it forces you to invert and distress.

Uttanasana (Forward Bend)

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This yoga asana is the forward bend pose that removes blockages in the body and protects the sinuses and mucus membranes. It is the simplest pose to boost the immune system, among other poses.

Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutation)

Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutation)

Surya namaskar is the best way to boost your immune system and keep your lungs healthy as well. Amid of coronavirus, regular practice rejuvenates and tones the body through a few variations of this asana.

Kapalbhati Pranayama

Kapalbhati Pranayama

It is one kind of breathing exercise and keeps people healthy with the regular practice of this Pranayama. As the name suggests, Kapal means Head and Bhati means to illuminate. Daily practice enhances the shining in the forehead. When you perform Kapalbhati, heat is generated that purifies you and eliminates toxins from the entire body. It also aids in digestion strengthen, regulates blood in the respiratory system, and many other benefits of doing this Pranayama.

Bhastrika Pranayama

 Bhastrika Pranayama

Bhastrika is the most energetic breathing technique that involves heavy breathing through nostrils. Regular practice provides an adequate amount of oxygen to cells of your mind and body. It maximizes lung capacity and removes toxins. Bhastrika also helps in the sinus, bronchitis, and other respiratory issues.

The final thoughts

Being indoor due to the outbreak of COVID-19 is quite challenging to go outside and take a few rounds in the park. So, Yoga is the only way to take care of your respiratory system as well as keeps you fit at home. It is easy to practice any asana and Pranayama without step out of your home during this lockdown. Stay indoor! Stay safe!

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