Is there any type of the Praannaayaama that can help us get the Instant Energy and that too which lasts for relatively a longer period say 10-24 hours at least?

Each one of us wishes to always remain energetic physically, mentally fresh and alert with a glowing radiating face in today’s hectic life. No one wants to be bogged down by the laziness.
People use various types of foods, beverages and medications to gain the instant energy, all of which may not really be good for the overall health and the general well-being. Plus, these incur some amount of monetary cost which may not be affordable for a large population especially in the third world underdeveloped and developing countries.

The nature has provided us, the free of any monetary cost, and the best mechanism for the creation of the Instant Energy in the human body itself. This natural mechanism is called the Anuloma-Veloma Praannaayaama. This is affordable to every Maanava (human being).
Each Maanava can practise the Anuloma-Veloma Praannaayaama easily. It purifies the lungs, blood and  causes the Praann Shuddhee (Etheric Cleaning/Purification) over a period of time. This Praann Shuddhee or the Naadee Shuddhee ultimately gives the Instant Energy.

Dr Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee’s theory and explanation
The standard Yoga-texts prescribe the performing of 20 cycles of the Anuloma-Veloma Praannaayaama every six hours for six months continuously to achieve the Praann Shuddhee or the Naadee Shuddhee. It means four times in 24 hours. In other words, 20 cycles x 4 times = 80 Cycles over a period of 24 hours.
The six months’ duration was obviously prescribed to help the Maanava body get adapted to the Anuloma-Veloma Praannaayaama in a gradual manner without causing any undue stress/strain on the body.
However, in today’s changed fast paced life, the working people don’t find it viable and practical to spare time for following the 4 times regime indicated above.

Then, what is the alternative?
The best alternative is to practise the 80 cycles in one single Yoga-sitting. It takes normally 45 minutes to 90 minutes to do it depending on the speed of the inhaling (Purak), Retention (Kumbhak) and Rechak (Exhaling) done by the Yoga-practitioner.
But, the sudden beginning of doing the 80 cycles in one single Yoga-sitting may put enormous unhealthy stress and strain on the Maanava body of any person who is new to the Yoga-practice. So, begin the Praann Shuddhee or the Naadee Shuddhee with 10 cycles on the first day if you have just started learning the Yoga. Do 15 cycles the next day. Go on increasing 5 cycles each day. Finally make it 80 cycles in one sitting.
In the case of the person who is already the Yoga-practitioner, 80 cycles can be done on the first day itself and the same be continued daily. We may term the Praann Shuddhee or the Naadee Shuddhee with 80 cycles in a single sitting the Twrit Urjaa Praannaayaama or the Instant Energy Breathing Exercise.
Interestingly enough, it is observed that the hunger for food felt by the Yoga-practitioner subsides or is almost eliminated after the performance of the Twrit Urjaa Praannaayaama.

The Precautions
One has to take certain precautions.

(1) Twrit Urjaa Praannaayaama creates tremendous energy in one go instead of in instalments. This keeps you wide awake and alert for 10-24 hours at least.

You will not be able to sleep in the night if you perform the Twrit Urjaa Praannaayaama in the evening or late in the night say around 9 pm because of the tremendous amount of the Instant Energy that has already been created.

Do choose the timing of performing the Twrit Urjaa Praannaayaama depending on your own priority. In other words, do it whenever you need the Instant Energy.

You will be highly energetic and alert throughout the day if you do the Twrit Urjaa Praannaayaama in the morning.

(2) Other main rudimentary precaution includes performing the Twrit Urjaa Praannaayaama on an empty stomach only.
~ Dr Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee
( Dr Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee's Yoga-Secrets-Revealed Series - 12)
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