Did you know there are yoga techniques that can improve your breathing, even when you have a deviated septum?
In this article we explain yoga for deviated septum, including evidence, recommended techniques, and good videos to follow on YouTube.
Does Yoga Fix Deviated Septum?
Practicing yoga doesn’t fix a deviated septum, but it does help open the blocked nasal passage and provide relief from symptoms such as nasal congestion, sinusitis, runny nose, snoring, and nose bleeding.
Yoga for Deviated Septum – Recommended Breathing Exercises
Here are the best yoga breathing exercises that you can do for your deviated septum…
YouTube - Yoga for Deviated Septum Videos
Here are some excellent YouTube videos that show you how to do yoga for deviated septum:
Anulome and velome
Sarvanga asana (Shoulder stand)
Simhasana (Lion pose)
Halasana (plough pose)
Bhujangasana (cobra pose)
- 1Singh, Ram & Wilczynska, Agnieszka & Fedacko, Jan & Pella, Daniel & De Meester, Fabien. (2009). Pranayama: The power of breath. International Journal on Disability and Human Development. 8.
- 2Udayakumara K. Yogic approach for the management of sinusitis. International Journal of Yoga-Philosophy, Psychology and Parapsychology. 2017 Jan 1;5(1):14.
- 3Udayakumara K. Yogic approach for the management of sinusitis. International Journal of Yoga-Philosophy, Psychology and Parapsychology. 2017 Jan 1;5(1):14.