Yoga boosts the immune system against the Covid 19 virus: PM

New Delhi, June 21, 2020: “Yoga boosts
the immune system of the
body. You must include
Pranayama in your daily
life. Pranayama Yoga or
breathing exercises strengthens
our respiratory system.
It is more relevant in the
current times as it is the respiratory
system of the body
that is most adversely affected
by the Covid19 virus,”
stated the Prime Minister,
Narendra Modi while
addressing the nation today
on the occasion of International
Day of Yoga via video
The Prime Minister said
that the International Yoga
Day is a day of solidarity.
This is the day of universal
brotherhood. Due to
COVID-19 global health
emergency, this year International
Yoga Day is being
observed through the electronic
and digital platform.
The Prime Minister said,
“People are practising Yoga
at their homes with their
entire families.”
He said, Yoga has brought
us together.
The huge participation of
people in ‘My Life – My
Yoga’ video blogging competition
from across the
globe reflects the growing
popularity of yoga, he said.
Today, all of us should
stay away from large gathering
and practice yoga at
home with our families.
This year’s theme is ‘Yoga at
home and Yoga with family’.
Yoga promotes family
bonding as children, youngsters,
elders in family come
together to practise yoga,
there is a flow of positive
energy in home. Yoga also
promotes emotional stability,
PM added.
.The Prime Minister said
that yoga has emerged as a
force for unity. It deepens
the bonds of humanity as it
does not discriminate. It
goes beyond race, colour,
gender, faith and nations.
Anybody can embrace
Yoga. If we can fine tune
our chords of health and
hope, the day is not far away
when world will witness the
success of healthy and
happy humanity. Yoga can
help us make this happen.
“As conscious citizens,
we will move forward as a
family and society in unison.
We will try to make
‘Yoga at home and Yoga
with family’ a part of our
lives. We will surely succeed,
we will surely win,”
the Prime Minister added.

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