Dr Malshe shows Hypoxia by Bahya kumbhak pranayam (breath holding in full expiration)

Yoga teaches different types of Pranayams. While Bhastrika is a fast, deep breathing, bahya-kumbhaka (Also called Shunyak) is breath holding in full expiration. Dr. Malshe, an eminent physician and yoga expert from the North Indian town Haridwar here demonstrates how these techniques used in sequence can produce hypoxia. Hypoxia is a known stimulator of erythropoietin and in ischaemic myocardium leads to formation of coronary collaterals. For further details read ‘Yoga Book for Doctors’ by Dr. Prakash C. Malshe.
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2 Responses to “Dr Malshe shows Hypoxia by Bahya kumbhak pranayam (breath holding in full expiration)”

  1. awesome´╗┐ sir!!!!!!!

  2. great way to passout´╗┐