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The gataagati of air should be long, vigorous and brisk. This increased gataagati results in the increased cardiac output. The rate of oxygen transport can be increased to about 15 to 20 times the normal in japah. Therefore, the higher rate of oxygen transport to the tissues can be 15x20ml or 3750ml per minute, or more (variations are indicated). Oxygen, O2, is an odorless and colorless gas that makes up one fifths of the atmosphere. It is essential to most form of life in that it combines chemically with glucose (or some other fuel) to provide energy for the metabolic process. It is taken up by the capillaries of the lung alveoli and is released to the tissues, and carbon dioxide (CO2) absorbed by the blood. Then CO2 is released from the blood and released out of the body.

This way, organism receives excessive supply of oxygen, thereby nullifying the oxygen debt if any.

Gataagati should be done in 
 this way. Drawing by
Yogi Achyuta.

A number of cells which were beyond the reach of collateral circulation also get their nutrients through the newly opened channels. Subsequently, the cells are found to function at their optimal potentialities.

In the long vigorous and brisk gataagati in japah, perceptible heat and static electricity is produced. A part of oxygen is converted into ozone. The ozone is also released through the blood. But the ozone content in the atmospheric air is just 0.000002 percent.

Heat and electrostatic energy thus produced activate the olfactory receptors in the nasal cavity. This graded potency passes through the olfactory nerves via cribriform plate and reaches the limbic system.

Limbic system includes limbic lobe and associated subeortical nuclei such as the amygdaloid complex, septal nuclei, hypothalamus, epithalamus (pineal body, hebinular nucleus, stria medularis, epithelial root of the III ventricle), anterior thalamic nuclei, and parts of the basal ganglia and mid-brain reticular formation.

One side view: Sports persons might be tempted to claim that increased cardiac output and the increased supply of oxygen is also noticed in vigorous physical exercises and more particularly in the sprinters. But here the organism consumes more energy in its exited state and gets into fatigue state almost immediately. Wear and tear to the body is more.

On the otherhand, the situation in japah is just reversed. Positioned in only one posture, the organism, through brisk gataagati and increased cardiac output, will be able to produce and conserve more energy. Wear and tear to the organism is nil. The organism, in fact, feels energized.

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