Bhramari pranayama is also known as "bee"breath, a humming sound is created on the exhalation. It is recommended to practice Bhramari on an empty stomach, either early in the morning or 3 or 4 hours after a meal. This type of breathing technique is very calming for the nervous system and can help concentration and memory, it can also be used if you are experiencing some sort of anxiety or unquiet period in your life. Pregnant women can practice this but without holding the breath at any time. It is not to be practiced if you have an ear infection. Place your fingers on the head as explained in the video but be careful not to press the middle finger to hard into the eyeball.
Part of the Ten days of Pranayama program