Exhaling through the mouth is helpful because it allows a higher volume of air to be released at once and helps to relax the jaw. Mouth exhaling is something we do, when we are tired, stressed or annoyed. Nasal inhale and oral exhale are used by martial artists as well. With practice and consistency, it helps you suck pain and fatigue out of the muscles. It enables you to focus, improve your memory and concentration. It is also a way to focus our attention and become aware of the subtle energies that travel in and out of the energy channels of our body. The mouth has a bigger opening as compared to the nose: this helps in breathing deeply, and in large quantities. It is also possible to express the feelings and emotions, when we breathe through the mouth. For example, aah is the sound of letting go. But eventually, exhaling through mouth helps you produce different frequencies of sounds that can be used for various purposes. You can add visualizations and affirmations to your breathing process, which can further enhance the benefits of your breathing. No matter what you say, breathing properly is essential to healthy living. When we breathe properly, our lungs expand, the diaphragm drops and stomach rises. Similarly, when we exhale correctly, the diaphragm lifts and stomach gets sucked in. This is how infants breathe. With time, we learn to neither inhale deeply nor exhale completely. No wonder so many people are suffering from psychological problems and mental stress and fatigue. Most of us have a wrecked breathing pattern, and there is no agreeable solution to this problem.
Inhaling through the nose is very important. It is necessary to prevent dust, and other particles enter the body. Also, it filters the air and keeps it warm. When you breathe deeply, oxygen reaches the lowest part of the lungs, which is often underused due to improper breathing. The next part is that of exhaling through the mouth. It is a forced expiration. It replenishes the body and mind. Breathing out through the mouth creates abdominal contractions which play an essential part in building the body’s core strength.
Nitaai Breathing uses these simple technique of deep inhalation through the nose and deep exhalation through the mouth during the resonance of Nitaai sound. It helps you calm down and feel centred. It generates pure positive energy and channelises it all throughout your body. These little sparks of energy travel throughout your body. Thus, improving your state of mind. Practicing Nitaai Breathing when you are stressed, fatigued, unhappy, lonely or depressed can elevate your mind to a better state of thinking. Practically speaking, Nitaai sound just give you a better way to tackle stress and anxiety. It helps you address life situations in a much more straightforward and fulfilling way. When you face severe conditions, after resonating the Nitaai Sound, you won’t feel drained. You will tackle it with ease and come out as a winner.