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Did you notice that you always breathe out only through one nostril at a time?
Test it now and hold a hand under your nose while breathing out. How many of you have noticed that before?
Yes that's true we can only breath out from one nostril at a time. According to ancient Indian and Yoga, it is related to may internal activities of our body. As per some ancient believes, we should only eat and drink when certain nostril is breathing out to keep body healthy.
Maybe theres something wrong with me......I feel air coming out of both my nostrils?
by saxrunner6 years ago
My right nostril has been difficult to breathe out of for two months, any suggestions?I haven't had a cold recently and I have never had allergies. I used a neti pot to try to clean it out but with little change. I...
by Myn Is Me6 years ago
Why should we breathe through the nose rather than through the mouth?
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