meaning when you breath in with your left nostril does the air go to the left and lung and with your right nostril to your right lung or does it go to the same place so if you were to close 1 nostril ...
Someone said to me that grapefruit is an endocrine disruptor but what the hell does that mean? lol i have no idea what the words mean. So someone explain simply and what is does effects, stuff like ...
A lot of people have this problem one of my friends have your problem.But don't worry It is not anything that can harm you.It could be genetic that is how my friend got it but it is not a disease
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I had that problem when I was younger and I was told I had a deviated septum. My mom also had this problem and she had to have surgery, but mine was mild and after I got a little older it went away.
Because the brain cycles between hemispheres every 90 minutes or so, one becoming dominant over the other, when you breathe through your right nostril the left side of the brain is active and vice versa, it is believed that if you block one nostril you can engage the other hemisphere, logical hemisphere = right nostril (left hemisphere active), and creative hemisphere = left nostril (right hemisphere active).
The same can be said for lying on your side to go to sleep, lying on your left side will stimulate the right hemisphere so creating abstract and creative 'dreamlike' thoughts, and in doing so promote natural sleep conditions.
This is not a new concept and is the basis for very unique, positive learning systems, based on brain wave activity, and the use of certain types of music, usually classical.