The human body has nine major energy chakras (cortex), who in societal way exhibit in twelve different ways, which answers the logics of why there are nine planets and twelve houses in astrology, which in order to provide a unique identity have been assigned names, which unfortunately are taken as celestial bodies, which in fact they are “not”. They are energy centres who definitely enact or react to the surrounding situations and prevailing emotions, taking control of these energies and to make them act as what would be the best for the individuals growth and rise. There are several measures which are suggested as per the practitioners of different sciences, like a yogi would have a different path to that of a yoga practitioner who further would be different to what practitioner of the science of astrology.
Continuing with the path of activating or altering the output behaviour of these energies by the use of breath ( in moderate intensity), we today focus on anjana ( third eye) and Nirvana chakra( the chakra responsible for ecstasy and peace). These two chakras are situated in the brain, anajna situated in the front temporal lobe area which regulates smell, perception and observation humors whereas Nirvana Chakra ( as the name explains is responsible for being a state of ecstasy, solace synonymous to being comfortable at all and any given times), these two chakras when in tandem with each other ( normally which doesn’t happens, as the flow of emotions and self talking is taken as normal) regulate the Norepinephrine and dopamine hormone, eyes ( fovea) physically, and emotionally it makes the person take control on the emergence of emotions ( without ill effecting the sympathetic nervous system) in addition to have the control of their exhibit.
These chakras, regulate and optimise the amount of moisture content in your nasal track, which directly effects the lungs and their capacity to breath and perform. Taking the breath in ( as you do while smelling something) but restricting it from going to your lungs and holding it there ( within your comfort levels) and then releasing it smoothly, is one of the most easiest ways ( in breathing techniques) to regulate the moisture content in your nasal track. This exercise has also been helpful in sinus, migraine and anger management.