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Many conditions that cause breathing problems like asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), etc., can be treated effectively with Pranayama. Pranayama is a type of yoga, which is designed to utilize the lungs to its maximum capacity. It also helps regulate the temperature of the breath flow. It focuses on breathing exclusively through the nose and not through the mouth, as nature intends that air reach the lungs through the nose. Most of us do not use the entire capacity of the lungs; instead some of us breathe with the diaphragm or just the upper part of the lungs. Pranayama helps break this habit of shallow breathing, which is believed to be the cause of many lung diseases.