The old adage is: in love and fresh air, nothing is free, which proved to be a cruel flaw during the coronavirus pandemic. As the number of coronavirus cases increases, air or at least oxygen is very deficient. The patient must be connected to a ventilator. Criminals steal oxygen transport, and on the black market, a life-saving bottle costs several thousand rupees.
The good news for anyone else trying to maintain their health is that you can do some simple exercises at home to ensure that your body is fully oxygenated. One of them is yoga pranayama called Kapalbhati. You sit on the floor with your legs crossed and your back straight. Then exhale as much as possible. Place your right hand on your stomach and begin to exhale vigorously. I feel my stomach contract every time I exhale. When practicing, gradually increase the number of exhalations to a maximum of 120 times.
Doing this daily will rejuvenate all your organs (including the lungs). Another way to increase oxygen levels immediately is Ha, Ha exercise, which is currently being shared via videos on social media. Some people think that “haha” exercise will make you look and sound strange, but it can increase the amount of oxygen in your blood. Sit comfortably in a chair. Stick out your tongue as much as possible, then exhale vigorously. – what! The throat was sent ten times. Then put your tongue back in your mouth and exhale ten times-ha! From the throat. Take a deep breath and hold it for 30-40 seconds, then exhale.
You should see a large increase in flow on the oximeter. In my case, it went from 95 points to 98 points and up to 3 points. If you are worried about your body’s oxygen level, please do some exercises for yourself. You will be pleasantly surprised by the results. The oxygen content requires immediate medical attention. But other than that, the haha exercise book can help all of us laugh at the virus one last time.