"Pranayama is a breathing exercise in which we control the Breath system".
In india it is called "प्राणा" is Breath or vital energy in the body and "आयाम" means control or regulation. So Pranayama is "Control of Breath". So one can control the rhythms of pranic energy with pranayama and achieve healthy body and mind.

If you have not started the Pranayama, then start it from now onwards. By practicing the Pranayama not only you will become the fit & healthy even It cure the more than 100 diseases. At least 30 minute practice for the Pranayama. It helps calm the nervous system and relax body.

There are mainly 10 types of Pranayama which will make the body and mind healthy:

Bhastrika Pranayama | भस्त्रिका प्राणायाम: It means bellows, in which stomach muscles work like bellows. Bhastrika Pranayama refreshes body and mind. Put your Index finger on eyes, middle finger on nose by side, ring finger on upper lips and fourth pinky finger on lower lip, close your ear using thumb, take the deep breath through nose hole and exhale with sound like bellows. inhalation and exhalation are vigorous and forceful.

Kapalbhati Pranayama | कपालभाति प्राणायाम: Tt is also known as Skull Purification. "कपालभाति" is a Sanskrit word, where ‘Kapal’(कपाल) means ‘forehead’ and ‘Bhati’(भाति) means ‘shining’, In Kapalbhati we have to forceful exhale the breath, using the abdominal muscles Kapalabhati is good to do in the morning with empty stomach. Kapalbhati pranayama is one of the most popular breathing technique which gives you complete fitness. Kapalbhati is effective to lose stomach fat, reduce stress, improve kidney health and so many.

Bahya Pranayama | बाह्य प्राणायाम:The word “Bahya (बाह्य)” is a Sanskrit word which means ‘External or outside’. It is also call Tri Bandha i.e Mula Bandha, Jalandhara Bandha, and Uddiyana Bandha. Bahya Pranayama is the right breathing technique to cure digestion problems. During the Bahya Pranayama, the breathing is preserved outside and that is why this one is called the Bahya Pranayama. In which we have to inhale by force, exhale and then hold your breath this process called retention.

Anulom Vilom Pranayama | अनुलोम विलोम प्राणायाम:Anulom is a term that signifies inhalation and vilom, on the contrary, means exhalation. anulom vilom is a yogic term coined to signify alternate breathing through nostrils. This is an ancient art for Nadi purification. Nadis are the energy channels in the body
• Ujjayi Pranayama | उज्जायी प्राणायाम
• Bhramari Pranayama | भ्रामरी प्राणायाम
• Udgeeth pranayama | उद्गीत प्राणायाम
• Pranav Pranayama | प्रणव प्राणायाम • Shitali Pranayama | शीतली प्राणायाम
• Shitkari Pranayama | शीतकारी प्राणायाम

Other Breathing Technique:

• Nadi Shodhana Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing)
◘ नाड़ी शोधन प्राणायाम
• Chandra Bhedana Pranayama (Left Nostril Breathing)
◘ चन्द्र भेदन प्राणायाम
• Surya Bhedana Pranayama (Right Nostril Breathing)
◘ सूर्यभेदन प्राणायाम
Four important aspects of breathing in the Pranayama:
• Poorak or inhalation.
◘ पुरक ( साँस लेना। )
• Rechak or exhalation.
◘ रेचक ( साँस छोड़ना। )
• Antar kumbhak or internal breath retention.
◘ अंतरा कुंभक ( आंतरिक श्वास प्रतिधारण। )
• Bahir kumbhak or external breath retention.
◘ बहिर कुम्भक ( बाहरी सांस रोकना। )
  • By Practicing Daily Pranayama It Increase immunity of your Body.
  • Beneficial in relieving the anxiety, stress & hypertension.
  • mind develops the habit of positive and constructive thinking.
  • Face becomes bright, luminous and calm.
  • Diseases pertaining to lungs, heart and brain are also cured.
  • Three Doshas (Humors) - Vata, pitta and cough are cured.
  • Physical and mental disorders and abnormalities are cured
  • Detoxification of Internal body function.
  • It Cures Digestive problems.
  • Improves Mental Concentration

  • controlling the movement of breath, we can increase our life expectancy. We want to kind of take it easy and relax the body, calm the nervous system and find what feels good. So just take your time finding length through the spine. And wherever you've come to sit, see if you can bring your palms face down either on the thighs or on the knees, whichever feels best for you and your body focus on the breath and ready take a deep breath in through your nose. And then empty just nice and easy out through your mouth. Again, just like that. You can close your eyes or soften your gaze now. Deep breath in, and nothing fancy, just a long, long, long breath out. Then one more time, big inhale and this time as you breathe out relax your shoulders down. Just drop a little weight down into your elbows. Again focusing on bringing length through the spine as we progress through our journey here together. Alright, now come into stillness best you can. Close your eyes and if you're not comfortable closing your eyes for whatever reason you can just soften your gaze gently past down your nose. Gently down past your nose. Notice your current energy state. Check in. And then be open to your current energy state evolving and changing throughout the course of our practice