Practicing yoga like pranayama is becoming more and more important, as well as increased and more well-liked by the scientific community, as a result of the growing interest of the public in health and alternative therapies. One popular yogic breathing technique Nadishodhan Practicing yoga like pranayama is becoming more and more important, as well as increased Pranayama (NSP) is a well-known yogic breathing method that involves breathing through one nostril at a time while physically closing the other. This study attempted to compile published primary scientific information on the advantages of NSP and describe the impacts of independent NSP on numerous physiological, psychological, and general health issues in different populations. The following terms were entered into Google Scholar, PubMed/Medline, Cinahl, and Web of Science: Breathing through the NSPs, anulom-vilom/anuloma-viloma pranayama, and nada-shodhan/nada-shodhan pranayama. This review report includes 48 studies in total. The autonomic nervous system, the cardiopulmonary system, respiratory function, cognitive functioning, spatially memory as well as improved frontal and vertex function, problem-solving skills, motor memory recall, helps with depression and anxiety and other physiological characteristics were reviewed in this research for strong evidence of good effects. There is evidence that NSP Pranayama Studies on this yogic breathing have not found any negative side effects or tolerance issues.