Clearing your lungs through breathing exercises allows you to detoxify your lungs and fill your cells with oxygen. It will also help you treat infection problems, reduce the risk of cancer, expand lung capacity, and improve airway health.

Breathing exercises to detoxify lungs

It is one of the best lung cleaning methods. This doesn’t just mean taking a deep breath, it takes a lot more. There are numerous breathing exercises to detoxify lungs, so this is one of them.

This exercise will really help you detoxify your lungs , and it will be a great start to the day if you do it in the morning when there is fresh air.

  1. Stand up and relax, keeping your arms at each side and your feet slightly apart.
  2. Take several deep breaths, exhaling through your nose.
  3. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth calmly until you can’t breathe out any more. There is more air in your lungs, so don’t stop here.

While we breathe, we do not replace all the air and it stays in the lungs.

Detoxify lungs through breathing

Next, make your diaphragm let all the air out of your lungs by inhaling through your mouth as if it were a shocked reaction, then exhale through your mouth a couple of times, doing “ha ha ha”, until you feel there is no no air in your lungs.

This will make it feel like you’ve thrown your stomach into your spine.

  1. Inhale fresh air through your nose into your empty lungs.
  2. Completely consume your lungs with air and hold your breath for 5 seconds, counting slowly. By now, all the cells in your body have been filled with oxygen.
  3. Exhale through your mouth one more time until there is no more air, and do the ha ha ha to remove the last breath from your lungs .

Go back to step 1 and do this as much as you want. Another advantage of this breathing exercise, besides detoxifying the lungs it also helps to make the stomach strong.

These breathing exercises are mainly suggested to smokers and people who live in places with polluted air since they are the most likely to need to detoxify the lungs and airways to achieve a better quality of life.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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