Kapal Bhati Pranayam & Diabetics :
It Activates Pancreas and increases secretion of insulin
How to do this breathing exercise ?

STEP 1:Sit in any posture comfortable to you . Keep your back straight and rest your hands on your thighs. Relax the muscles in your face in stomach.
STEP 2: Inhale deeply through your nostrils . Breathe without any additional effort until your lungs are full and then exhale forcefully through your nostrils as well. You can do ten repetitions of this breathing exercise and make sure to take a break between each round especially if you feel a bit lightheaded.
Kapalbhati is beneficial to your health but this breathing exercise has restrictions too. Those who have heart ailments, hernia, and asthma or someone experiencing dizziness should stop doing this exercise. It’s advisable to consult your yoga teacher about your health before you do this exercise. Kapalbhati is not your ordinary breathing exercise, so it’s best to learn this under the supervision of a professional. more  

Thanks Raja Sahib. more  
Thanks Ramesh ji. more  
For those who have no access to a yoga guru or expert, the best option is to see Baba Ramdev's yoga exercises programme on Astha channel daily starting at 6.00 A.M. One can get a full course of yogic exercises with practical demonstration and instructions. more  
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