Hello Anup, Thank you for asking at HCM. I went through your history and would like to make following suggestions for you: 1. Breathing exercises, Yoga and Pranayam have now scientific back up for improving lung capacity in asthma patients. But they should be learned under professional guidance. I would suggest you to be trained by a qualified person. 2. First of all, I would personally suggest you to take regular medicines (montelukast and/or inhaled corticosteroids) after consulting your doctor. This is because, as you are having repeated asthma attacks, they need to be controlled first. Breathing exercises & Pranayama cannot be used alone to treat asthma. They take time to be effective and they need to be performed regularly for long time. Once your asthma is under good control, your drugs can safely be decreased under guidance of doctor. 3. I would also suggest you to get allergy testing done which will help you to know the substances you are allergic to and also to know the measures to avoid them. 4. A healthy diet rich in vitamins & minerals (adequate amounts of green leafy vegetables, fruits, sprouts, etc) and avoidance of stress (both physical and psychological) are also very important to strengthen your immunity and will be helpful in a long run. 5. In general, please avoid exposure to dusts, smokes & air pollution as much as possible. 6. Please be sure that asthma is not a disorder of airways, it has a deep relation with immune system. Hope above suggestions and information will be helpful to you. Should you have any further query, please feel free to ask at HCM. Wish you the best of the health. Thank you & Regards.