Yoga- Rejuvenate your sleep- En-route to a better Yogistic approach in 2021

Yoga- Rejuvenate your sleep- En-route to a better Yogistic approach in 2021

 

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Have you ever wondered why you cannot sleep lately especially when your diet is fine and so is your lifestyle? The major reason for not having a good sleep at night is of course the diet you consuming and the lifestyle you have in 2021 which is poor and is getting adverse day by day.

One of the major reasons for not having a nice sleep is the lack of immunity and confidence. Yes, you heard it right, confidence. Most people are facing a lot of stress and anxiety lately in 2021 due to the bad news heard every day on Television of several deaths due to the Second and most dangerous wave of Coronavirus which is not sparing rich or poor.

It is important to have a good sleep for a good morning and energetic morning to function well. Our bodies are designed in such a manner that one must have at least a sleep of 8 to 10 hours a day at night which is been lacked due to the excessive workload, stress or some bad news heard now and then.

Let’s further discuss how can yoga help one rejuvenating their sleep and en route to a better Yogistic approach in 2021. 

List of Reasons you can’t get a great Good Night Sleep in 2021??

 

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1. STRESS OR DEPRESSION-

STRESS is possibly the biggest cause of insomnia, causing millions of us to lie awake every night worrying. Our state of mental health is intrinsically linked with sleep problems, whether it’s worry preventing us from nodding off, or depression causing us to wake up unduly early every morning.

2. BAD EATING PATTERNS/HABITS-

Mostly a good and heavy dinner often makes us feel sleepy, it’s not always a good idea to pack in a big meal too close to bedtime. Apart from this, your stomach is trying to digest your food, it can be uncomfortable lying down with a full stomach.

3. DISTURBANCE OF MIND-

To opt for better functioning of mind and body and work for a longer timespan and live life happily, you must have a NICE SLEEP, but often one faces a lot of issues which leads to mind being exhausted and frustrated leading to no sleep. 

Yoga is one of the most effective and time-tested natural ways to make you rejuvenate your sleep and relax well. Yoga lowers stress hormones and strengthens the nervous system while also stimulating the lymphatic system, which relaxes your body from all toxins leading to a night of better sleep.

Yoga helps every person to feel more at peace with the world and yourself which in turn gives one space to have a healthier lifestyle and not reach for unhealthy options or fall into old unhealthy habits. Yoga works and emphasizes breath, focus, and meditation.

Some good tips apart from yoga that will help you have a great Good Night sleep

 

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1. Consumption of caffeine prior 4 hours of sleeping must be avoided and minimized

2. Keep a good regular sleep and wake schedule

3. Say no to smoke, especially near bedtime or if you awake at the night

4. Avoid excessive alcohol and heavy meals before sleep

5. Have a regular exercise and Yoga time

6. Reduce noise, light, and excessive hot and cold temperatures where you sleep

7. Develop a regular bedtime and go to bed at the same time each night

8. Focus on trying and wake up without an alarm clock

9. Attempt to go to bed earlier every night for a certain period

Some Exercises that will help you have a Good Night’s sleep and rejuvenate it! 

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If you have a good practice of these Yoga asanas exercises as a beginner or a person who wants to do it to stay fit, that’s a need of an hour for all of us then you can resolve sleeping problems in no time and help to maintain a good sleep for long.
Spend a good amount of time like 30 minutes a day on yoga exercises that will surely help you lead to a healthy body and mind.

1. Anjali Mudra

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1. Take the hands together in prayer and lightly touch the thumbs to the center of the chest,

2. Taking a moment to acknowledge the space around the heart.

3. Consciously think of at least 3 things you are grateful for at this moment and be with those feelings for a minute or two, or more if that feels right.

2. Cat or Cow Pose

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1. Come on to hands and knees with the spine in neutral, shoulders over wrists, and hips over knees.
2. Begin to move slowly by practicing the pose.
3. Feel the movement start from the tailbone and flow up through the spine and back again in a fluid, soothing way.
4. Breathe and guide the movement of the body, releasing any tension or tightness in the back and/or the mind.

3. Child Pose

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1. It is one of the yoga postures for quieting, calming, and restoring when it comes to preparing the mind and body for sleep.

2. The knees can be together or separate, depending on what your body wants and I’d recommend placing the arms in variation is going to increase feelings of relaxation.

3. Stay for at least 10-15 (or more) breaths, and get a sense that you’re letting go more and more with each exhalation, helping to rejuvenate and restore your whole being.

4. Butterfly Pose

 

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1. This pose works to quiet the mind and introvert our awareness. From seated, bring the soles of the feet together and then slide them away from your body, further than you would have them in Baddha Konasana.

2. As you start to fold forward, allow your back to round and feel yourself slowly melting towards the floor.

3. Depending on your level of flexibility, the forehead may come to rest on the hands, or maybe it comes all the way to rest on the feet.

4. Allow yourself time to melt into the pose and use the exhalation to help you let go.

5. After a minute or three, or an amount of time that feels intuitively right, start to slowly peel yourself up (please don’t hurry).

6. It’s nice to counter this pose with a very quiet, gentle seated backbend or gentle seated twist.

 

 

Yoga can be the best way to solve all your health issues with just a bit of time investment, DO IT!!”


“Stay healthy, Stay safe!!”

 

FAQ

How to do Yoga for a good sleep?

Focus on your diet and lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle and good diet is really important for Yoga for a great good night sleep. 

What are the best practices for goodnight sleep?

One should only practice certain asanas (postures), whilst acknowledging that there are other asanas that are not suitable for them. The yogic practices of meditation and pranayama (breathing exercises) are also particularly beneficial for people to start yoga as starting easy exercises for nice sleep.

Which is the best yoga postures for having a nice good night sleep?

Plow Pose (Halasana) is the best pose for one to five minutes to fall asleep easier. Lie down on your back, lifting your legs over your head and then to the ground behind you, with your hands either on your back for support or on the floor.

Yoga- 5 Exercises to resolve erectile dysfunction

Yoga- 5 Exercises to resolve erectile dysfunction

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Every male who is having the issue of erectile dysfunction must be in doubt if yoga can cure erectile dysfunction (ED)? Yoga has various benefits that can lead to the cure of Erectile Dysfunction.
Let’s understand the biological process of erection
To choose the correct and specific yoga exercises to resolve erectile dysfunction, one must know biologically what body parts involve in the process of erection.
When your body perceives something enlightening, they send a message to your brain. Your brain sends this signal down your spine, and then your pelvic nerves stimulate the blood vessel-filled tissues in your penis to open up.
A rush of blood flows into the male organ penis, causing an erection. At many stages, the male hormones engage to trigger the desired effects.

 

HOW CAN YOGA RESOLVE AND ACT AS A CHARM FOR ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (ED)?

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Yoga is a great practice to resolve a lot of diseases. Unlike the modern medicine world, yoga never satisfies one to give you a superficial remedy. The strength and power of yoga are based on addressing the root biological mechanisms in our bodies.

With the right attitude and positive mind and dedication to doing yoga daily, yoga can not only help treat erectile dysfunction but prevent it as well.

The enumerable advantages of yoga that can manage and treat ED are:

  • Shoots up your blood flow
  • Rapids the process of injury healing
  • Helps in regulating hormone secretion
  • Boost up the nervous functions
  • Strengthen your spine and body
  • Resolves the blockages in blood vessels
  • Blood pressure is always in check
  • Regulates the blood sugar levels
  • Reduce body weight or BMI
  • Helps in resolving sleeplessness and eliminate stress

Yoga can resolve the issue of ED and calm your parasympathetic nerves, which will, later on, reduce the production of stress hormones. Reduced stress hormones will lead to shooting up in the production of testosterone.

Testosterone, or the male reproductive hormone, is something you will need for the basic stimulus process according to the biological process to be in rhythm. Low levels of testosterone will discourage your brain to make a stimulating response; consequently losing your erection and causing ED.

Yoga poses with a great blend of rest and stretch, like the cobra pose and many other poses, will help you boost your testosterone count. Increased testosterone levels stimulate sperm production as well as a man’s sex drive, hence cuts down ED.

 Some Effective exercises for Erectile Dysfunction

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If you have a good practice of these Yoga asanas exercises your body stamina would increase sending signals to your body to engage into the desired results and trigger the male hormones for resultant effects also increasing the flexibility in your body.
Spend a good amount of time like 30 minutes a day on yoga exercises that will surely help you resolve ED.

 

1. Cobra Pose

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1. This pose falls under Surya Namaskar (sun salutation). It opens your lungs, strengthens your spine, and increases your energy.
2. This exercise helps to relieve stress and fatigue, elevates your mood. Also helps with asthma and breathing problems.
3. About the pose, lying face down on the floor, legs stretched out.
4. Place your palms under your shoulders. Your chin slightly touches the floor and pushes your toes to the floor.
5. Take a deep breath, slowly lift your chest, and bend back as much as possible.

2. Ardha Matsyendrasana

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2. Bend up your right knee.

3. Fold your left leg, and take your left foot from under your right knee, and to your right side. Now press your left heel against your right sitting bone.

4. Put your right foot over your left knee, as the heel of your right foot is pressed against your left knee.

5. Hold your right knee with your left hand, and twist your body from your torso, and turn to your right.

6.Turn 90 degrees to your right and plant your right palm on the ground behind your buttocks, to lock your position. Take 5-7 breaths and repeat the twist on the other side.

 

3. Baddha Konasana

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  1. Sit in a cross-legged pose. Open up your legs and join your soles in Infront of your groin.
  2. Clasp your hands around your feet and draw them closer to your groin; almost touching, but not.
  3. Don’t let your knees on either side, drop on the ground. Keep a comfortable distance between your knees and the floor.
  4. Keep your back straight, and shoulders dropped down. Look straight and gently lean forward by about 10 degrees.
  5. Stay in this position for a comfortable duration. About 30 seconds will give you ideal benefits, but if very comfortable you can hold longer.

 

4. Navasana

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  1. Sit in a staff pose and bend up your knees. Keep your legs at hip-length apart.
  2. Hold your hamstring with your hands and lean back.
  3. Lean back to a point, before pressing down your tailbone. Hold your upper body still, and lift your lower legs from your knees.
  4. Your lower legs need to come parallel to the ground.
  5. If you find the strength, you can leave your hands and balance them by the sides of your knees. Hold the pose for 5 breaths and repeat the pose 3 times.

 

5. Apanasana

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  1. Lie supine on the ground. Fold your knees up and join them.
  2. Draw them closer to your chest and hug them with your hands around them.
  3. Pull your knees toward your chest.
  4. Lift your head and bury in your knees, and stretch out your toes.
  5. Take 5 steady breaths, release, and return to lying supine. Repeat the pose 5 times.

Conclusion

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It is truly said by B.K.S Iyengar that “Yoga is a light, which once lit will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter your flame.”

Erectile dysfunction is something very common disorder, with almost 15 percent of men worldwide, getting affected each year. Even, it is considered that almost all men at some point in their lives face difficulty getting or keeping an erection.

ED is not life-threatening, but can surely ruin your life if not cured at right time. In major scenarios, ED leads to reduced mental satisfaction and increased stress. This can further result in lack of sleep, low self-esteem, and poor confidence levels.

Yoga, works like a charm at its own pace, without creating issues with any other treatment you are having for resolving ED. Yoga doesn’t destroy but helps in being your life savior with the least investment of money and major of time and focus.

 

 

 “Stay Strong, Stay Healthy & Stay safe!!”

 


“Stay Strong, Stay healthy & Stay safe!!”

 

FAQ

 

What is erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (or ED ), in simple words stated as the male impotence, is explained as a consistent inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for mutually satisfactory sexual intercourse with his partner. By itself, ED is not a disease but more of a signal that something else may be a problem.

What are the complications of ED or Erectile Dysfunction?

Complications can result from erectile dysfunction are

 1 An unsatisfactory sex life.

2 Stress or anxiety.

3 Embarrassment or low self-esteem.

4 Relationship problems.

5 The inability to get your partner pregnant.

Which is the best yoga postures to resolve ED?

Naukasana is considered as an easy asana for male who can resolve the issue of erectile dysfunction. In Sanskrit ‘ Nauka ’ means ‘ Boat ’ and ‘ Asana ’ means ‘ Pose ’. So this asana is called as Naukasana. While practicing boat pose you will see the entire body takes a shape of a boat. This boat pose is beneficial to cure many physical disorders. 

Yoga- For a healthy mind and immune system in 2021

Yoga- For a healthy mind and immune system in 2021

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Ask a dozen people about their health in 2021, and all you can hear about his problems, diseases such as COVID-19, fever. headache, flu, and many more. The major reason for kids, youngsters, or old people to catch infection this easy is the low immunity system.

Not everyone is aware of what exactly the immunity system is, we elaborated about the immune system and how it is important to boost immunity in our previous blog- “Yoga for immunity system to fight against covid“. So, we’ll kind of elaborate on that blog and topic and highlight some important ways to boost immunity along with highlighting some other ways to boost your immunity system and keeping your mind and body fit.

Let’s further discuss how can yoga help one keeping a healthy mind and immune system in 2021 especially when all we can hear is negative news, let’s share some positive notes and knowledgeable content to people to help them save their lives using yoga and further elaborating some great exercises to stay fit and boost our immunity in 2021 and further years.

 

HOW CAN KEEPING OR MAINTAINING GOOD IMMUNITY HELP ONE STAYING FIT AND HEALTHY IN 2021?

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A great healthy body and mind can work only if you have the stamina to create antibodies in your body to fight against COVID and other infections be it viral or bacterial. One must know that immunity helps one in solving a problem by creating strong immunity or stamina in your body to fight against all types of infections in no much time.

Here is why good immunity and health is important in 2021:-

1. To opt for better functioning of mind and body and work for a longer timespan and live life happily, you must have strong immunity. 

2. To bring stability to your body system which helps in enhancing and upgrading your body to a better healthy immune system

3. Yoga and warm-up exercises do very effective stress management which will help you dealing with all the negative news around you about patients, increasing death rates, and less vaccination rates.

3. And finally,  yoga can also help you maintain a regular BMI that helps you stay fit and rock solid.

Yoga is one of the most effective and time-tested natural immunity boosters that can lead to a healthy, sickness-free body. Yoga lowers stress hormones and strengthens the nervous system while also stimulating the lymphatic system, which removes toxins from the body.

Besides Yoga, sleep also helps one in increasing immunity and provides a host of benefits, inclusive of improved brain performance, cellular regeneration, and stable mood. Regular practice of the asanas given below will promote healthy cardiovascular stimulation, stimulates digestion, and helps eliminate toxins- your immune system will love you!

Yoga helps everyone to feel more at peace with the world and yourself which in turn gives one space to have a healthier lifestyle and not reach for unhealthy options or fall into old unhealthy habits. Yoga works and emphasizes breath, focus, and meditation. Apart from building awareness of your mind and body, it helps you understand your own body.

Thus, Yoga is also a highly recommended activity for all the living people to improvise their lifestyle and adapting the way that one lives their life smoothly to fight all infections in no more time.

Of course, the advanced aspect of yoga takes time and practice is what yoga is so you will forever be evolving and finding more about yourself than prior practices.

 

Great Exercises for a Healthy Mind and Strong Immune System

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If you have a good practice of these Yoga asanas exercises as a beginner or a person who wants to do it to stay fit, that’s a need of an hour for all of us then you can resolve all your health-related issues in no time and help control it for long.
Your body stamina and immunity would increase in no time and would help you stretch better for better flexibility in your body.
Spend a good amount of time like 30 minutes a day on yoga exercises that will surely help you keep your stomach healthy and lead to a healthy body and mind.

 

1. Cobra Pose

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1. This pose falls under Surya Namaskar (sun salutation). It opens your lungs, strengthens your spine, and increases your energy.
2. This exercise helps to relieve stress and fatigue, elevates your mood. Also helps with asthma and breathing problems.
3. About the pose, lying face down on the floor, legs stretched out.
4. Place your palms under your shoulders. Your chin slightly touches the floor and pushes your toes to the floor.
5. Take a deep breath, slowly lift your chest, and bend back as much as possible.

 

2. Adho Mukha Svanasana

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1. Downward Dog pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana is suitable for morning exercise, due to its good effect on the nervous system.
2. Helping to soothe the brain and provide energy to the body. In addition, this pose is also effective for people with headaches, insomnia.
3. Doing this pose regularly will help you reduce stress, depression fatigue and elevates mood, and rejuvenates your mind.
4. From a standing position, bend over, placing your hands on the floor.
5. Walk your hands out until both your hands and your feet are completely touching the mat. Resembling a downward “V”. Take your legs out to shoulder-width apart and spread your fingers apart.
6. Press through your palms and keep your hips pushed back. Keep your neck relaxed and hold this position for 5-10 breaths.

 

3. Warrior II Pose

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1. Warrior II pose is a great pose for stretching the back and legs when they are tight due to being new to yoga.
2. This pose prepares the practitioner to do the advanced forward bends.
3. When you do this pose, your chest and lungs will be opened. It helps to stretch your hips, groins, and shoulders.
4. Furthermore, you can improve circulation and respiration, develop balance and stability, and also build stamina and concentration.
5. Do this persistently for a few minutes at a stretch.

 

4. Viparita Karani

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1. A fairly simple pose, but you can’t imagine a yoga sequence to boost your immune system without it.
2. It relaxes your nervous system and thus helps to strengthen your immunity.
3.Start by holding the pose for 5 minutes, then increase the duration with practice.
4. The more you do this pose, the more you can relieve stress, headache, migraine, insomnia, anxiety, and menstrual cramps. It is also known to help with fertility problems.

5. Urdhva Hastasana

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1. This yoga pose is popular after the name of Lord Hanuman’s mother’s name “Anjani”. It’s considered as the best yoga to boost the immune system that strengthens you both, physically and mentally.
2. Regarded as the simple yoga poses for older adults that helps them to heal from muscles and joints pain.
3. It also adds a great balance and positive impact on your knees.
4. Since it greatly helps and improves tension in the joints, it’s quite a powerful yoga poses for seniors that not only helps with boosting immunity but also helpful in joint and muscle pain.
5. Practising Anjaneyasana or low lunge pose helps in releasing tension from the hips, stretching the hamstrings, quads, groins, improving the knees, and building a strong mental focus. 

Yoga is not for me or you, it’s for us. You’re not alone. We’re in this together and we’ll nail it!”


“Stay healthy, Stay safe!!”

 

FAQ

 

How to do Yoga for a healthy mind and immune system?

Focus on your exercises, and lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle and good diet is really important for Yoga for a healthy body and mind. The yoga for a healthy mind, immune system and lifestyle  begins with simple asanas, further leading to postures that needed more stamina. 

What are the best practices for good immunity?

One should only practice certain asanas (postures), whilst acknowledging that there are other asanas that are not suitable for them. The yogic practices of meditation and pranayama (breathing exercises) are also particularly beneficial for people to start yoga as starting easy exercises to boost immunity.

Which is the best yoga postures for maintaining a healthy immune system?

Trikonasana is considered as an easy asana for beginners, standing yoga posture which is also designed to promote cardiovascular exercise.This pose helps one in increasing stamina and maintaining good immunity in body.

Yogistic lifestyle- Solution to all problems- 7 Warm up exercises to stay fit

Yogistic lifestyle- Solution to all problems- 7 Warm up exercises to stay fit

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Have you ever seen some people practicing some easy exercises on their Yoga Mats, before their advanced yoga sessions? No? Let’s talk about it. Or Have you ever arrived early for a yoga session and you’ve probably noticed your fellow yoga mates working on some simple stretches on their Yoga mats.
Though most yoga classes start with a warm-up exercise series, it’s a good perception or starts for you to go through a few basic poses or stretches on your own that will help you prepare for the session ahead. Adding on to preparing your physical body, you’ll get into your yoga mindset, providing a relevant separation from the rest of your day.
Let’s further discuss how can yoga help one keeping a healthy lifestyle and further elaborating some great warm-up exercises to stay fit or start yoga as a beginner.

 

HOW CAN WARM-UP EXERCISES BEFORE YOGA ASANAS HELP ONE STAYING FIT AND HEALTHY?

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Warm-up exercises before yoga asanas can help in:-

1. It is the best option to opt for better functioning of mind and body. 

2. To bring stability to your body system which helps in enhancing and upgrading your body to a better health system. 

3. Yoga and warm-up exercises do very effective stress management.

3. And finally, warm-up exercises before yoga can also help you maintain a regular BMI that helps you stay fit and rock solid.

Yoga helps everyone to feel more at peace with the world and yourself which in turn gives one space to have a healthier lifestyle and not reach for unhealthy options or fall into old unhealthy habits. Yoga works and emphasizes breath, focus, and meditation. Apart from building awareness of your mind and body, it helps you understand your own body.

Thus, Yoga is also a highly recommended activity for all beginners to improvise their lifestyle and adapting the way that one lives their life smoothly.

Of course, the advanced aspect of yoga takes time and practice is what yoga is so you will forever be evolving and finding more about yourself than prior practices.

 

Fabulous Warm-up Exercises for a Healthy Mind and Body

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If you have good practice of these warm-up exercises as a beginner you can resolve all your health-related issues in no time and help to control them for long. Your body stamina would increase and would help you stretch better for better flexibility in your body.
Spend a good amount of time like 30 minutes a day on yoga exercises that will surely help you keep your stomach healthy and lead to a healthy body and mind.

1. Anulom Vilom Pranayma

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1. Start by sitting in the meditation pose.

2. Breathe in and out first.

3. Start by closing one of the nostrils and then breathing in through the other.

4. While exhaling, close the other nostril and breathe out through the nostril that was close before.

5. Do this repeatedly with either one for a minute.

2. Neck Rolls

See the source image1. Start by standing erect with your spine elongated or by sitting in the meditation pose. 

2. Starting from the center, exhale and roll to the left.

3. Inhale whilst being up and exhale roll to the right.

4. Once you have done five of these half-circles you can move into the full range – but be careful when you roll your head back.

3. Anjali Mudra

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1.Begin by sitting in the meditation pose without your hands relaxed.

2.Bring your hands in front of your chest and do the “Namaste” position with your hand.

3.This is what aligns the heart chakra. Close your eyes, relax and just take deep breaths.

4. Hole your breath and then exhale gradually for maximum benefits.

5. Do this persistently for a few minutes at a stretch.

4. Tadasana

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1. Start by standing shoulder-width apart, keeping your arms loosely by the side of your body.
2. Keeping your thigh muscles firm, strengthen the inner arches of your inner ankles while simultaneously lifting them.
3. Stretch your hands from either side of your body and take them up to the top of your head and place them there.
4. Join your feet so your heels are touching in the back and then gently lift yourself while pressure on the toes.
5. Hold this posture for a few seconds and return to the original pose again. Repeat this 10 times in a time frame.

5. Urdhva Hastasana

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1. Begin in a Mountain Pose, feet together and grounded.
2. Spread your toes to grab the mat and activate your legs by pulling kneecaps up. Tailbone tucked in, shoulders rolled back and spine straight.
3. Inhale, lift your arms. Interlace your fingers. Release index fingers, and feel as if someone is pulling you up from your head.
4. Exhale, tilt your upper body to the right side from your hips. Keeping hips straight and deepening the stretch with every exhale.
5. Stay for five breaths. Remember to keep the pelvis tucked in, feet strong on the ground, chest open, and shoulders away from the ears. Inhale, raise back up and exhale.
6. Repeat the same to the left side.

6. Sukhasana

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1. Start by sitting in an erect position with your feet stretched out.

2. Gradually bring in your feet and fold them at the knees and sit in the meditative pose.

3. Make sure that your body is in a relaxed state and your knees and the shins are forming a triangle.

4. Place the backside of your palm over the knees with your hands stretched out.

5. Close your eyes, relax your body and just meditate to calm yourself down.

6. Do this for 10 minutes straight.

7. Utkata Konasana

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1. Inhale step your right foot back, facing the long side of your mat.
2. Turn both toes into a 45-degree angle. Exhale, bend knees, coming into a goddess squat.
3. You want to have your knees above your ankles and thighs parallel to the ground.
4. Next creating cactus hands: Lift arms parallel to the floor, bend from elbows into 90 degrees, and spread your fingers wide.
5. Draw shoulder blades back, engage abs and tuck your tailbone. Stay for five breaths.
6. Exhale, straighten legs and lower arms, returning to Mountain Pose.

“True yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life. Yoga is not to be performed; yoga is to be lived.

Stay healthy, Stay safe!!”

 

FAQ

 

How to do Yoga for a healthy body?

Focus on your exercises, and lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle and good diet is really important for Yoga for a healthy body and mind. The yoga for a healthy body and lifestyle  begins with simple asanas, further leading to postures that needed more stamina. 

What are the best practices for to warm up body?

One should only practice certain asanas (postures), whilst acknowledging that there are other asanas that are not suitable for them. The yogic practices of meditation and pranayama (breathing exercises) are also particularly beneficial for people to start yoga as warm up-exercises or begin with a better lifestyle.

Which is the best yoga postures for maintaining a healthy body?

Trikonasana is considered as an easy asana for beginners, standing yoga posture which is also designed to promote cardiovascular exercise.This pose helps one in increasing stamina.

Yoga for rehabilitation in 2021- Yoga for Healthy Heart!!

 

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It is often observed that one can work on becoming sedentary with little physical activity to keep us occupied at home. The major reasons for a bad heart are stress, poor diet, and a sedentary lifestyle can have serious long-term health consequences. The major reasons for the unhealthy heart are – High blood pressure and high cholesterol are just two among many of the consequences of not treating your body well. 

Here, Yoga comes into action and is considered as one of the most working out alternatives in managing and keeping our heart healthy. Like the deepness of the problem itself, yoga helps in a comprehensive chain of health benefits within your body, that keeps your heart healthy.

 

Blood pressure or abbreviated as BP is the pressure by which the blood is circulating against the walls of blood vessels. Most of this pressure results from the heart pumping blood through the circulatory system. When used without qualification, the term “blood pressure” is stated as the pressure in the large arteries.

There are several poses that you can use to increase the health of your heart, and these poses are designed to help your blood to circulate properly and strengthen the heart muscle. The warrior pose and the triangle pose are designed to promote cardiovascular exercise and prompt you to breathe strategically and adequately. This helps you to increase your stamina, which gives you more energy to complete your daily activities and allows your heart to pump blood through the body quicker. 

Let’s further discuss how can yoga help one keeping a healthy heart

 

CAN YOGA HELP IN KEEPING A HEALTHY HEART?

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1. Yoga with its poses works on your cardiovascular muscles for better functioning. 

2. The yoga poses bring stability to your circulatory system. Thirdly, yoga does very effective stress management; an important benefit in high blood pressure. 

3. And finally, yoga can also help you regain your ideal BMI; obesity is often a major reason for high blood pressure.

Yoga helps everyone to feel more at peace with the world and yourself which in turn gives one space to have a healthier lifestyle and not reach for unhealthy options or fall into old unhealthy habits.

Yoga works and emphasizes breath, focus, and meditation. Apart from building awareness of your mind and body, yoga can guide one to heart health by boosting blood circulation, keeping blood pressure in check, and relieving stress.

High levels of blood sugar, cholesterol, and blood glucose are major risk factors for heart disease. Practicing yoga reduces these levels significantly.  

A metabolic syndrome is a group of conditions such as blood pressure, high blood sugar, and excess body fat around the waist that occur simultaneously thereby drastically increasing the risk of heart disease.  

Thus, Yoga is also a highly recommended activity for patients who suffer from diabetes, hypertension, and other metabolic and lifestyle conditions. 

Of course, this aspect of yoga takes time and practice is what yoga is so you will forever be evolving and finding more about yourself than prior practices.

 

5 Great Yoga Poses for rehabilitation for a Healthy Heart

If you have a good practice of these yoga poses you can resolve your high blood pressure issue in no time and help control it for long.

Spend a good amount of time like 30 minutes a  day on yoga exercises that will surely help you keep your stomach healthy and lead to a healthy body and mind.

 

1. Anulom Vilom Pranayma

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Start by sitting in the meditation pose. Breathe in and out first. Start by closing one of the nostrils and then breathing in through the other. While exhaling, close the other nostril and breathe out through the nostril that was close before. Do this repeatedly with either one for a minute.

2. Uttanasana

See the source imageStart by standing erect with your spine elongated. Keep your hands on your hips and inhale during that process. Following that, bring a slight softness to the knees and fold your body from your hips and bend down. Once done, place your palms on the ground by your feet. You can also hold your ankles firmly and hold that position. Hold this position for a few seconds. Gradually return to the original position.

3. Anjali Mudra

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Start by sitting in the meditation pose without your hands relaxed. Bring your hands in front of your chest and do the “Namaste” position with your hand. This is what aligns the heart chakra. Close your eyes, relax and just take deep breaths. Hole your breath and then exhale gradually for maximum benefits. Do this persistently for a few minutes at a stretch

 

4. Tadasana

See the source imageStart by standing shoulder-width apart, keeping your arms loosely by the side of your body. Keeping your thigh muscles firm, strengthen the inner arches of your inner ankles while simultaneously lifting them. Stretch your hands from either side of your body and take them up to the top of your head and place them therein your feet so your heels are touching in the back and then gently lift yourself while pressure on the toes. Hold this posture for a few seconds and return to the original pose again. Repeat this 10 times in a time frame.

5. Sukhasana

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Start by sitting in an erect position with your feet stretched out. Gradually bring in your feet and fold them at the knees and sit in the meditative pose. Make sure that your body is in a relaxed state and your knees and the shins are forming a triangle. Place the backside of your palm over the knees with your hands stretched out. Close your eyes, relax your body and just meditate to calm yourself down. Do this for 10 minutes straight

Yoga is the way to a healthy life and longer life, start young, live young, Stay healthy!!”

 

FAQ

 

How to do Yoga for a healthy heart?

Focus on your exercises, and lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle and good diet is really important for Yoga for a healthy heart. The yoga for a healthy heart  begins with simple asanas, further leading to postures that needed more stamina. 

What are the best practices for to control high bp to control heart disease?

People with high blood pressure should only practice certain asanas (postures), whilst acknowledging that there are other asanas that are not suitable for them. The yogic practices of meditation and pranayama (breathing exercises) are also particularly beneficial for people who suffer from high blood pressure for keeping your heart healthy.

Which is the best yoga postures for healthy heart?

Trikonasana is a heart opening, standing yoga posture designed to promote cardiovascular exercise. The chest expands as breathing becomes deep and rhythmical. It also increases stamina.

Yogistic lifestyle to solve High Blood Pressure issues in 2021- Yoga Poses to reduce BP

Yogistic lifestyle to solve High Blood Pressure issues in 2021- Yoga Poses to reduce BP

 

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If one has a blood pressure with a Systolic count within 120 mm Hg and a diastolic count within 80 mm Hg, then one has normal blood pressure.
If your systolic count is between 120-140 mm Hg and your diastolic count is between 80-90 mm Hg your blood pressure is on the rise. With a systolic count over 140 mm Hg and a diastolic count over 90 mm Hg, you will be considered hypertensive.
Here, Yoga comes into action and is considered as one of the most working out alternatives in managing high blood pressure. Like the deepness of the problem itself, yoga helps in a comprehensive chain of health benefits within your body, that lowers your blood pressure.
Before getting into the study of yoga for reducing blood pressure and yoga asana to solve high bp issues or reduce High Blood Pressure, let’s know what is Blood Pressure?

 

What is Blood Pressure?

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Blood pressure or abbreviated as BP is the pressure by which the blood is circulating against the walls of blood vessels. Most of this pressure results from the heart pumping blood through the circulatory system. When used without qualification, the term “blood pressure” is stated as the pressure in the large arteries.

 

CAUSES OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

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The causes of high blood pressure can be a list of numerous reasons, a few of them are:

l. It can be caused by diseases like kidney disorders

2. It can be caused by diabetes

3. It can be caused by nervous malfunctions

4. It can be caused by stress

5. It can be caused by narrowing of the arteries

6.It can be caused by overweight or sleep disorders,

7. It can be caused by poor nutrition, and hormonal imbalance, and many more reasons, the list goes long!!

 

CAN YOGA REDUCE OR ACT AS A SOLUTION TO THE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE?

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1. Yoga with its poses works on your cardiovascular muscles for better functioning.

2.  The yoga poses bring stability to your circulatory system. Thirdly, yoga does very effective stress management; an important benefit in high blood pressure.

3. And finally, yoga can also help you regain your ideal BMI; obesity is often a major reason for high blood pressure.

Yoga helps everyone  to feel more at peace with the world and yourself which in turn gives one space to have a healthier lifestyle and not reach for unhealthy options or fall into old unhealthy habits.

Of course, this aspect of yoga takes time and practice is what yoga is so you will forever be evolving and finding more about yourself than prior practices.

 

5 Effective Yoga Poses for reducing High Blood Pressure and maintaining it to Normal Blood Pressure

I’m sure if you have a good practice of these yoga poses you can resolve your high blood pressure issue in no time and help control it for long.

Spend a good amount of time like 30 minutes a  day on yoga exercises that will surely help you keep your stomach healthy and lead to a healthy body and mind.

 

1. Bridge Pose

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Bridge pose is a very rejuvenating and relaxing pose with a wide range of cardiovascular benefits. Bridge pose pushes and stretches your cardiovascular muscles from the back, which enhances their flexibility and strength. This process also clears out blockages and regulates blood circulation.

This pose requires a fair bit of effort -especially putting a lot of stress on your shoulders, neck, and upper back, Which is why for high blood pressure it is wise to opt for a modified variant. 

2. Child Pose

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Child pose is yet another easy one that relaxes your body, manages your stress, and regulates your blood pressure. Balasana increases blood flow to the lower abdomen and helps digestive and metabolic activities as well. You can practice this asana post-meal for better digestive benefits. Obesity is yet another issue that balasana can help you with.

3. Shoulder Stand Pose

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Start lying down on your back. Use your lower abdominals to lift your hips overhead into the plow pose. Put your hands under your back and hike your shoulders up toward your ears to come off the back of your neck. Bend your elbows and place your hands on your lower back. Lift your legs to the ceiling and engage your thighs actively to lengthen up out of your lower back. Keep pressing firmly into the elbows. If you feel your neck compressed, at all comedown or use padding under your shoulders. Hold for 8 to 10 breaths (or longer if you can) before coming back down through plow and lowering to the floor.

4. Bound Angle Pose

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Bound Angle Pose is a highly recommended pose for people with high blood pressure. Primarily this pose works deep into the hip, groin, and pelvic floor. But, the erect spine posture with a wide stretched and open groin has other benefits as well. The posture optimizes hormonal activities, blood circulation and reduces stress -which in turn, leaves quite an impression on blood pressure.

5. Corpse Pose

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 Corpse Pose is the ultimate calming, relaxing, and stress-reducing pose in yoga. Shavasana is a simple pose, but it can have a very holistic effect if practiced properly. Shavasana can enhance your blood circulation, nervous functions, metabolism, and hormone secretion. The corpse pose is something, that one might call a physical meditation.

Yoga is the way to a healthy life and longer life, start young, live young, Stay healthy!!”

 

FAQ

Can Yoga cause high blood pressure?

High blood pressure or hypertension is a serious condition that leads to heart attacks, strokes, and even death. Yoga can never be reason for someone’s death if practiced nder doctor’s consultation or advice from yogistic adviser.This ‘silent killer’ is all the more dangerous because it displays no symptoms. So, the only way you can find out is by getting yourself checked regularly.

What are the best practices for high blood pressure people?

People with high blood pressure should only practice certain asanas (postures), whilst acknowledging that there are other asanas that are not suitable for them. The yogic practices of meditation and pranayama (breathing exercises) are also particularly beneficial for people who suffer from high blood pressure.

How to cure high blood pressure naturally?

The only way to cure high BP problem is by a good diet and lifestyle. Practice of yoga asana, pranayama and yogic living help reduce and cure high BP. Regular yoga practice induce a deep sense of body-mind calmness, lowers stress hormone cortisol, activates PNS response.

Yoga- The remedy to treat cellulite in your body in 2021

Yoga- The remedy to treat cellulite in your body in 2021

 

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Yoga is the only way to get rid of issues with cellulite. Talking about cellulite, one must know what it is and how to reduce it using Yoga. But why we have to get rid of it also one question that must arise in many minds.
Our body has been tough for us all maintaining a perfect body is the toughest, but to make it easy and be confident in the body you have is important, we have yoga at our home and in our life which we can use to solve all our health-related problems easily. Staying fit is not only important to be confident in your skin but also is important for one to be able and comfortable in any attire or suit you wear.

What is Cellulite?

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Cellulite is a term used for lumpy, dimpled flesh on the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen. It’s most common in adolescent and adult women. Although it is not a serious medical condition, the cellulite or jiggy skin on your body might embarrass you. Many cellulite treatments, including massages or cellulite creams, advertise remarkable results but it doesn’t affect so much. A healthy diet and Yoga is the easiest way to reduce cellulite from your body.

CAN YOGA HELP WITH CELLULITE?

Yoga can be helpful with just about any and everything and cellulite is no exception. Although once cellulite appears in your life, it is most likely there to stay for good but you can easily decrease or manage it.

Some great Yoga asana that we’d be elaborating below can help reduce extra fat cells in the body which in turn decreases the appearance of cellulite. Yoga falls into the “exercise of any kind” category and can be practiced daily to manage those stubborn fat cells.

As we age, it becomes more difficult for our bodies to get rid of excessive fat, unfortunately, we will not have our teenage bodies forever!

Many different styles of yoga can help with the decrease in the appearance of cellulite in various ways.

Here, we provide you with some good yoga postures that would help you get rid of cellulite.

Cellulite drops down the flow of blood and lymphatic fluids in the body. Yoga helps in a better healthy lifestyle due to the feeling of wanting to do better for your health which in turn will improvise your eating habits.

Putting in you some good eating habits that include fresh fruits and leafy green vegetables which offer life-changing vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that change your body from the inside out.

Yoga helps each and everyone to feel more at peace with the world and yourself which in turn gives one space to have a healthier lifestyle and not reach for unhealthy options or fall into old unhealthy habits.

Of course, this aspect of yoga takes time and practice is what yoga is so you will forever be evolving and finding more about yourself than prior practices.

HOT Yoga for Cellulite Treatment

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One of the best yoga that can help you get rid of cellulite is Hot Yoga. Yes, you heard it right.
Hot yoga can be a great way of getting rid of cellulite, it is one of the most intense but effective methods to have a body transformation. It can help one to tone their skin and also get rid of any excess water weight in your body.
One must have heard of yoga before, it is a physical exercise focused on breathing and flexibility.

5 Best Yoga Poses for reducing Cellulite and getting rid of it

I’m sure if you have good practice of these yoga poses you can resolve your cellulite stuck on your body in no time.

Make sure to spend a good amount of time like 30 minutes a  day on yoga exercises that will surely help you keep your stomach healthy and lead to a healthy body and mind.

 

1. Eagle Pose

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1. Start by bending your knees then crossing your right thigh high above your left thigh.

2. If you can, double wrap the leg so the foot hooks behind the left calf. If this is too challenging, let the foot stay outside or even tap the toes on the floor.

3. Wrap your left arm under your right arm and then press the palms together. Sit even deeper and squeeze your thighs as you gaze down the tip of your nose.

4. Hold for 5 to 8 breaths, then repeat on the other side.

This pose is also great for concentration and focus, which can help you make better health choices.

2. Warrior Pose

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1.Virabhadrasana II pronounced as veer-ah-bah-drahs-anna gets its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Vira’ which means a warrior or a courageous man hence it is also named as Warrior Pose in English.

2.It is an excellent asana for strength building in the body and is also performed as part of a series of 12 asanas called the Suryanamaskar (or Sun Salutation).

Apart from improving the digestive system and stimulating the digestive organs, there are many other benefits of Virabhadrasana Type II.

3. Shoulder Stand Pose

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1. Start lying down on your back. Use your lower abdominals to lift your hips over your head into the plow pose.
2. Put your hands under your back and hike your shoulders up toward your ears to come off the back of your neck. Bend your elbows and place your hands on your lower back.
3. Lift your legs to the ceiling and engage your thighs actively to lengthen up out of your lower back. Keep pressing firmly into the elbows.
4.If you feel your neck compressed, at all comedown or use padding under your shoulders.
5. Hold for 8 to 10 breaths (or longer if you can) before coming back down through plow and lowering to the floor.

4. Incline Plank

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1. Start seated with your legs out in front of you and bring your hands about 10 inches behind you with your fingers facing forward.

2. Press firmly into your hands and feet and lift your hips into an inverted plank pose.

3. Hold there for 5 to 8 breaths then lower down and repeat one more time.

5. Pile Squat pose

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1. Stand and form a traditional squat but turn your toes on each side to face the adjacent wall (right toes to face the right wall and left toes to face the left wall) and move down into the move still maintaining the traditional squat.

2. As you move up contract your inner thighs, squeeze your bottom inward, and make sure to push your pelvis out when you arrive at the top of the position.

3. This move helps with the reduced visibility of cellulite by targeting both your inner and outer thighs.

Yoga is the rescue to health-related problems, just stay focused fellas, you got it!!”

 

FAQ

 

How can Yoga help in treating cellulite?

There are enumerousstyles of yoga tat can solve issues with the decrease in the appearance of cellulite in various ways. One of them is the Restorative yoga which  helps with mindfulness and peace of mind. This in turn helps you to make better choices with food and exercise.

How to keep cellulite?

The more fat you have on your body, the more cellulite you’ll  accumulate. So, best way is to keep your weight in a healthy range that helps one in  keeping cellulite at bay. Yoga, is considered as an active flowing vinyasa or Power class, ehich helps burn calories so one doesn’t end up eating more than one expend on a regular basis.

How to get rid of cellulite from thighs?

The best way to get rid of cellulite from thighs is- Proper hydration, good nutrition and overall weight management helps keep this cellulite to a minimum. Exercise, especially Practice of Yoga, can help tighten muscles so you look leaner and less jiggly.

Yoga- The easiest way to relief constipation-Yoga poses to relief Constipation in 2021

Yoga- The easiest way to relief constipation-Yoga poses to relief Constipation in 2021

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In today’s time, people are maintaining a diet they shouldn’t. A diet that is filled with unhealthy junk foods like pizzas, burgers, pasta, etc. further are destroying one’s digestive system. Life is easy if you stay healthy and becomes hard with the smallest problems such as constipation.

Constipation can be stated as a common chronic disorder of the lower digestive system. Thus, in constipation, the elimination of wastes from the body becomes slow and inefficient.

And so, there is a build-up of digestive and metabolic wastes in the large intestine. As this problem continues, rotting wastes remain in the body for longer periods. This further outputs in the creation of toxins and poison in body tissues. It can also cause many other diseases, so one should never overlook constipation.

For good health, vitality, & diseases free body, the elimination of waste should be regular and efficient.

 

Symptoms of Constipation

  • Infrequent  bowel movements.
  • Excreting Dry, Hard or lumpy stool.
  • Problems or pain in the lower abdominal/intestine.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Facing Respiratory problems
  • Inadequate increase or decrease weight
  • Vomiting and  Coughing
  • Turning down food
  • Inability to pass gas and abdominal bloating.
  • The low energy level and lethargy.

 

Causes of Constipation

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1. Drinking less water causes constipation. Water helps to keep the stool soft and allows proper bowel movements. The large intestine has several roles, and one of them is water absorption.
2. Constipation occurs in those who sit at an office desk for long hours. Adding on to this, this leads to muscular stiffness, joint inflexibility, and circulatory stagnation. It can lead to blockage of pranic flow in the lower digestive system of the body.
3. People these days are too busy, lazy, or preoccupied with their tasks that avoid taking care of their health. They don’t even have a few minutes to walk or exercise in their daily routine.
4. Having a diet that contains insufficient fiber leads to an infrequent & difficult passage of stool. The bowel works optimally when it has a large mass to contract against and propel along towards the anus.

 

Some home remedies to resolve constipation problems

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  • Some of the ways to solve gas and acidity issues are listed below:

    Have a good diet-> Incorporating a diet filled with fruits and vegetables, fiber-rich foods to keep yourself away from constipation issues.

    • Decrease the intake of junk foods, spicy and oily foods as they worsen the gas and acidity problems. Instead, take consume fruits and vegetables.
    • Completely remove drinking alcohol and cigarettes from your life as they increase the gas in your body system.
    • Do not take these items in your food lists such as coffee, tea, and other caffeine-rich products.
    • Have an excess of water as it will help in cleaning your gut and also helps in proper and smooth bowel movements. This makes the body system get rid of gas. Water also keeps your body system hydrated always and thus gives relief from constipation issues.

Talking about constipation- Just a little part of Stomach issues

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Constipation problems can be caused by problems like:
1. Consuming processed, oily and spicy foods, emotional factors, improper eating and drinking habits, smoking, etc.
The best solution for these problems is practicing yoga regularly. Yoga is one good way to relieve such stomach issues, but, you have to be careful in your eating habits like how and what you eat.
Here, we provide you with some good yoga postures that would help you resolve the constipation issues.

 

5 Yogic Poses to get over Constipation problems

We are sure if you have a good practice of these yoga poses you can resolve your digestive system issues in no time. Make sure to spend a decent amount of time like 30 minutes a  day on yoga exercises that will surely help you keep your stomach healthy and lead to a healthy body and mind.

 

1. Tadasana (Palm Tree Pose)

See the source imageStand with the base of our big toes touching and the heels slightly apart so that the feet are parallel. Inhale: Raise the arm over the head then, interlace the fingers & turn the palms upward. Hold the breath: Stretch the arms, shoulders, chest, and abdomen upward while raising the heels, coming onto the toes. then, make sure that you stretch the whole body from top to bottom without losing balance. Exhale: Finally, lower the heels and arms.

2. Tiryaka Tadasana (Swaying Palm Tree)

See the source imageStand with feet more than shoulder-width apart, make sure feet are parallel to each other. Inhale: Raise the arm over the head then, interlace the fingers & turn the palms upward. Exhale and bend to the right side from the waist. Inhale and Then, come back to the upright position. Exhale and bend to the left side from the waist. Inhale and Come back to the upright position. Exhale and Finally, release the posture.

3. Katichakrasana (Waist Rotating Pose)

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Stand with the feet about shoulder-width apart then, make sure feet are parallel to each other. Raise the arm to shoulder level.

  1. Exhale: Twist the body to the right then, bring the left hand to the right shoulder and wrap the right hand around the back. Finally, look over the right shoulder.
  2. Inhale: Return to the starting position.
  3. Exhale: Twist the body to the left, bring the right hand to the left shoulder and wrap the left hand around the back. Look over the left shoulder.
  4. Inhale: Return to the starting position.
  5. Exhale: Finally, release the posture.
  6. Shuchi Mudra

Close your both hands into fists. Place your left hand on your chest, While inhaling bring forward your right fist. Then, straighten the index finger upward. Similarly, place your right hand on your chest. Then, inhale and bring forward your left-hand fist. Finally, straighten its Index finger pointing upwards.

4. Shuchi Mudra

See the source imageClose your both hands into fists. Place your left hand on your chest, While inhaling bring forward your right fist. Then, straighten the index finger upward. Similarly, place your right hand on your chest. Then, inhale and bring forward your left-hand fist. Finally, straighten its Index finger pointing upwards.

5. Supta Pawanmuktasana – With Both Legs

See the source imageLie down on your back, with a straight spine and legs. Bend both knees and move the thighs to the chest. Interlock the fingers and then, hold the hands on the shin of both legs just below the right knee. Inhale deeply. Then, while exhaling, raise the head and shoulders and try to place the nose in between the two knees. Hold the raised position for a few seconds. Slowly lower the head, shoulders, and legs while inhaling. Practice this 3 times.

THE HEALTH-RELATED ISSUES EXIST, BUT WE EXIST EVEN STRONGER TO FIGHT BACK STRONGER USING YOGA”

 

FAQ

 

What is the best yoga for constipation?

Cobra Pose is considered as the best pose one can recommend you for constipation related issues. It enables flexibility of lower limbs and helps one strengthen their  digestive organs and the digestive tract. Also, considered as one of the best yoga asanas for constipation and indigestion. Bhujangasana also called as Cobra Pose is effective for improving the function of the digestion system.

How to cure constipation at home?

The best way to cure constipation at home is by including more of seasonal vegetables such as   green fibrous vegetables etc. Some good foods that help to naturally cure constipation are Yoghurt (curd), Mangoes, Whole grains (flax seeds, sunflower seeds etc.)

It is important to drink at least 8-10 glasses of liquid is a must every day. 

How can I strengthen my digestive system to avoid constipation?

Here are some ways to strengthen your immune system naturally

  • Have a proper sleep
  • Go and opt yoga and meditation in your daily routine
  • Avoid junk and unhealthy oily food
  • Prefer the intake of Vitamin C, iron in your diet
  • Maintain a healthy weight
Yoga- 5 Poses helpful as a solution to relieve acidity and gas

Yoga- 5 Poses helpful as a solution to relieve acidity and gas

 

 

 

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Yoga is the magical mantra in today’s world where it can relieve all your health-related issues just in a few months and show great results without many big-money investments. All you need to invest is tie for your health and spare some time from your daily routine for yoga.

After the bad wave of the coronavirus in India, there are various problems related to health that people have been facing. But according to studies all the problems or pain that your body has is somewhere or the other related to your digestion issues and diet which is junk and unhealthy to survive in 2021 and further years.

Gas and acidity are two digestive system issues related to yoga that has been addressed here respectively. Life has been tough for us all, but to make it easy, we have yoga at our home and in our life which we can use to solve all our health-related problems easily.

Symptoms of Acidity and Gas

  • Having Respiratory problems
  • Inadequate increase or decrease weight
  • Vomiting and Coughing
  • Turning down food

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Some home remedies to take care of your stomach issues -Gas and Acidity at home

Some of the ways to solve gas and acidity issues are listed below:

Maintain a balanced diet: Incorporating a diet filled with fruits and vegetables, fiber-rich foods, prebiotics (such as garlic, onions, leeks, etc.), and include probiotics ( such as kefir, yogurt, kombucha tea, etc.) into your diet is the step one to keep your digestive system healthy.

  • Consuming buttermilk or curd daily after lunch. You can also add garlic and ginger to them. It is very effective in relieving gas and chronic acidity problems.
  • Decrease the intake of junk foods, spicy and oily foods as they worsen the gas and acidity problems. Instead, take consume fruits and vegetables.
  • Completely remove drinking alcohol and cigarettes from your life as they increase the gas in your body system.
  • Do not take these items in your food lists such as coffee, tea, and other caffeine-rich products.
  • Have an excess of water as it will help in cleaning your gut and also helps in proper and smooth bowel movements. This makes the body system get rid of gas. Water also keeps your body system hydrated always and thus gives relief from acidity problems.

Get the right amount of sleep for a better stomach: When you’re asleep, your body unleashes its healing powers — aka protective cytokines. Protective cytokines are proteins that are released during sleep to help your body do two things: Encourage sleep and fight off infection. Sleep deprivation reduces the number of protective cytokines your body produces, making it harder for it to fight off infection.

Stress management: If not managed, stress and anxiety issues can wreak havoc on your health. Stress can affect your body, mood, and behavior.

 

Reasons for stomach related issues

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Gas and acidity conditions have a major link with stomach issues. These problems occur because of the certain factors such as

1. Consuming processed, oily and spicy foods, emotional factors, improper eating and drinking habits, smoking, etc.

The best solution for these problems is practicing yoga regularly. Yoga is one good way to relieve such stomach issues, but, you have to be careful in your eating habits like how and what you eat.

Here, we provide you with some good yoga postures that would help you get rid of gas and acidity-related issues.

 

5 Best Yoga Poses for solving Acidity and Gas related problems

I’m sure if you have a good practice of these yoga poses you can resolve your digestive system issues in no time. Make sure to spend a decent amount of time like 30 minutes a  day on yoga exercises that will surely help you keep your stomach healthy and lead to a healthy body and mind.

 

1. Marjariasana (Cat Pose)

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Marjariasna takes its name from the Sanskrit word Marjari, which means a cat. While practicing this asana, the body imitates stretched out the body of a cat. It is generally performed in conjunction with Marjaryasana or Cow Pose. It is recommended to perform this pose on an empty stomach (at least 3 to 4 hours fasting) in the morning or evening time.

2. Warrior Pose (Virbhadrasana)

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Virabhadrasana II pronounced as veer-ah-bah-drahs-anna gets its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Vira’ which means a warrior or a courageous man hence it is also named as Warrior Pose in English. It is an excellent asana for strength building in the body and is also performed as part of a series of 12 asanas called the Suryanamaskar (or Sun Salutation). Apart from improving the digestive system and stimulating the digestive organs, there are many other benefits of Virabhadrasana Type II.

3. Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

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Bhujangasana gets its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Bhujang’ which means snake. It reflects the posture of a cobra with its hood raised. It is considered the best asana to improve acidity and gas issues. It is best to perform this asana with an empty stomach in the morning time.

4. Sarvangasana (Shoulder stand)

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Shoulder Stand or Salamba Sarvangasana is also considered a semi-inversion pose. It is considered a bit difficult to master, so it is advised that it is done in the presence of a yoga instructor. It not only helps with acidity and gas issues but also:

  1. Increases the blood flow to the upper body, which helps in improving brain function. It alleviates depression and anxiety and makes the practitioner feel calmer and relaxed.
  2. Stretches the shoulder and neck muscles giving them strength and flexibility.
  3. Makes legs and abdominal muscles stronger and toned.

5. Makarasana (Crocodile Pose)

Makara’, means ‘Crocodile’ in Sanskrit, and here the body is compared to a crocodile where the face and the neck are up and above the water. It is considered one of the best poses to cure gas and acidity-related issues. Here in this pose, one lies down on the tummy face down, spreading the legs out as much as possible and bringing the hands folded at the elbows and placed below the forehead for support. Unlike Savasana, Makarasana is considered as the only relaxation pose in which it is not possible to fall asleep due to the upright position of the neck and the head.

 

THE HEALTH-RELATED ISSUES EXIST, BUT WE EXIST EVEN STRONGER TO FIGHT BACK STRONGER USING YOGA”

 

FAQ

 

Can Yoga cure acidity and gas?

Yoga is one of the oldest and best methods that can be utilised to cure any issues, especially related to your stomach. Yoga poses to cure acidity and gas are simple and can be practiced daily at home. This pose increases blood flow to the stomach and intestine and helps to digest food effectively, even if you have a weak digestive system.

What is the role of immunity for your digestive system?

Immunity can be defined as the balanced state of the body wherein the body includes all adequate biological defenses to fight infection, disease, or unwanted biological invasion. It is necessary for one to maintain a good immunity or the energy to fight against antibodies because maintaining a great immunity will help you have a clean stomach and all stomach related issues like gas and acidity would disappear.

How can I strengthen my digestive system naturally?

Here are some ways to strengthen your digestive system naturally

  • Have a proper sleep
  • Go and opt yoga and meditation in your daily routine
  • Avoid junk and unhealthy oily food
  • Prefer the intake of Vitamin C, iron in your diet
  • Maintain a healthy weight
Yoga- The immunity booster to fight the wave of Corona Virus in 2021

Yoga- The immunity booster to fight the wave of Corona Virus in 2021

 

See the source imageAre you aware of the fact that your immunity is the only simple way to keep you thousand miles away from the wave of Corona Virus after vaccine in 2021?

Well. In today’s fast pace life, we all are so engrossed to earn money that we never bothered to care about these minor health problems like neck pain. The bad wave of Corona Virus is saving no one, rich or poor, people are dying and this is where Yoga and your ways to boost your immunity system comes into action to save you from dyingand live a healthy positive life. Remember money can’t buy you life in 2021 and it’s more important to be healthy and alive and  then to be successful and rich.

We all are scared with the disease and have been locked into our houses for really long that with the routine activities that it took those days of going out from us and spending some quality time with our loved ones, to explore our passion and hobbies which we never managed to do before covid wave came into existence in 2019.

Let’s talk about what is immunity and how can we boost it in 2021 using Yoga.

What is IMMUNITY?  

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Immunity can be defined as the state of being immune from or insusceptible to a disease or the like. It is the protection against infectious disease conferred by the immune response. It is inclusive of  the body’s capacity to distinguish foreign material from self, and to neutralize, eliminate, or metabolize that which is foreign. 

When a foreign substance gets inside the body, complex chemical and mechanical activities are set into motion. These processes defend and protect the body’s cells and tissues. The foreign substances are usually a protein, and called as antigen. The easiest response to the antigen is the production of antibody, a protein synthesized by immune system that can guide us to neutralize pathogens such as bacteria and viruses. 

Immunity can also be explained as the balanced state of the body wherein the body has received some adequate biological defenses to fight infection, disease, or unwanted biological invasion. It is a state where the body has adequate tolerance and eneergy  to  avoid allergy, and autoimmune diseases. 

What causes lack of immunity in body?  

Well, as I have observed the major reason for lack of immunity is lack of keeping focus on your diet and physical strength. The energy or antibodies produced by our body aren’t that strong enough to fight against this dangerous virus. All these years, our main focus has been to make money, now let’s drive your focus to know what causes lack of immunity. Having a bad diet and unhealthy life approach is the reason to bad health. 

Some other causes to lack immunity are: 

  • Regular Smoking
  • Regular Alcohol
  • Having adverse and very poor nutrition
  • Medication such as chemotherapy or other cancer treatments
  • Infections such as. the flu, mono, and measles
  • HIV or AIDS

 

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How to boost your immunity? 

Some of the ways to boost your immunity and fight the wave of corona virus are listed below: 

Eat a balanced diet: Incorporating a diet filled with fruits and vegetables, fiber-rich foods, prebiotics (such as garlic, onions, leeks, etc.), and include probiotics ( such as kefir, yogurt, kombucha tea, etc.) into your diet is the step one to boost your immunity 

To make sure what all you are having to boost your immunity, some of the fruits and vegetables best for you can be: 

  • Fruits with Vitamin C or Citrus fruits ( such as oranges, grapefruit, and lemons)
  • Green leafy veggies  ( such as spinach, kale, and collards)
  • Having red bell peppers in diet
  • Yogurt or Dahi
  • Ginger 

Apart from fiber, prebiotics, and probiotics, to support immune function we also require protein, fiber, omega 3 fats, vitamins D, C, B, A, E, and K, and minerals like iron, calcium, selenium, and zinc 

Get an adequate amount of sleep: When you’re asleep, your body unleashes its healing powers — aka protective cytokines. Protective cytokines are proteins that are released during sleep to help your body do two things: Encourage sleep and fight off infection. Sleep deprivation reduces the number of protective cytokines your body produces, making it harder for it to fight off infection. 

Stress management: If not managed, stress and anxiety issues can wreak havoc on your health. Stress can affect your body, mood, and behavior. 

The best way to get off corona and boost your immunity is yoga!

YOGA!

YES, you read that right yoga is indeed the easiest and most practicable solution to boost immunity at home in this pandemic and lockdown. 

4 Best Yoga Poses for boosting immunity

I’m sure if you have a good practice of these yoga poses you can exit corona virus in your life. Make sure to spend a decent amount of time like 30 minutes a  day on yoga exercises that will surely help you boost immunity and live a corona free life. 

1. Virabhadrhasana (Warrior)See the source image

Interlace your fingers behind your back, and extend your arms. Shift weight onto your left leg, lean forward and lift your right leg to hip height. Press your knuckles up to the sky. Repeat poses 4 to 6 on second side.

2. Uttanasana

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Stand with your feet hip-width apart. Fold forward from your hips, and place your hands on the floor. Evenly distribute weight in your feet. Extend up through your sitting bones and down through your crown.

3. Plank Pose

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Step  your feet back into Plank Pose. Align your hands directly under your shoulders, and spread your fingers wide. Firm your thighs, and gently draw your belly in toward your spine to engage your core.

4. Vasisthasana OR (The Side Plank Pose)

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Shift weight to your right hand, and roll onto the outside of your right foot. Extend your left arm along your left ear. Lift your left hip and arch your side. Breathe into the left side ribs. Repeat pose for the other side.

THE WAVE OF CORONA VIRUS HAS LOST AND DESTROYED ALOT OF THINGS , BUT WE ARE STRONG ENOUGH TO STAND UP STRONG AGAINST THIS AND WE’D GET OVER THIS SOON”

 

FAQ

 

What is the definition of immunity?

 Immunity can be stated as the way one can be immune from or insusceptible to a disease or the like. It is the protection against infectious disease conferred by the immune response. It is inclusive of  the body’s capacity to distinguish foreign material from self, and to neutralize, eliminate, or metabolize that which is foreign. 

What is the role of immunity in the body?

Immunity can be defined as the balanced state of the body wherein the body includes all adequate biological defenses to fight infection, disease, or unwanted biological invasion. It can also be stated as where the body has adequate tolerance to get off and avoid any sort of allergy, and autoimmune diseases.

How can I strengthen my immune system naturally?

Here are some ways to strengthen your immune system naturally

  • Have a proper sleep
  • Go and opt yoga and meditation in your daily routine
  • Avoid junk and unhealthy oily food
  • Prefer the intake of Vitamin C, iron in your diet
  • Maintain a healthy weight