Yoga

Benefits of Yoga Every day

rferferwferWe are going to discuss some basic yet effective Yoga poses that you can imbibe in your daily routine for your overall sound health.

Try these asanas or yoga poses regularly to experience the best benefits of yoga every day.

1. BHUJANGASANA

The name is derived from the Sanskrit words “bhujanga” meaning “snake” and “asana” meaning “posture“.

FORMATION

  1. Lie down on your stomach on the floor with your legs straight touching each other and keeping your soles pointing upwards. Let your palms rest beside your head, touching the floor and hands little bent from your elbows.
  2. Slowly lift your head up followed by your neck, chest and then stomach. Your lower body part (below your waist) shall touch the floor. Keep your neck upright and then bend your head backward as much as possible.
  3. You will complete the asana when your head, neck, chest part is just above your waist, lifted high like a serpant’s hood. Then hold your breath for 2-3 seconds while being in the same position.
  4. Thereafter, fist rest your chest on the floor followed by your forehead. Then relax your body by keeping your left cheek on the floor for a while. Do it thrice.

CAUTION: Hernia patients and pregnant women shall never practice this asana.

BENEFITS OF THE ASANA

  1. It helps you get rid of stiffness in spine and makes it flexible.
  2. If your spine bone or vertebra has dislocated then this asana helps the bone or vertebra fall back into place.
  3. It makes your waistline slim and your chest broad and cuts down your belly fat.
  4. This asana is very beneficial for a woman’s overall health. It regulates menstrual cycle and lessens pain.
  5. It provides strength to lungs and prevents cough, asthma, bronchitis and eosinophilia etc.

2. VAJRASANA

The word Vajrasana is derived from the Sanskrit words “vajra” meaning “thunderbolt” and “asana” meaning “posture”.

FORMATION

Kneel down on your knees, like a namazi sits to offer namaz. Keep your toes in a position that they touch the ground. In this position, your butt will lie on your soles and your thighs on the calves. Keep your spine and head upright. Place your palms on your knees without even folding your elbows, your neck straight and vision stationary. Breathe normally.

This is the only asana that can perform after your meal.

BENEFITS

  1. It helps to remove stomach gas. Regular practice of the asana secrets juices in the stomach which helps in easy digestion.
  2. The student who do not feel focussed and find it difficult to concentrate on studies, regular practice of this asana improves focus and concentration. It brings maturity and helps in growth of memory.
  3. Yoga programs are getting popular these days and it is because now people are more aware of their health issues and how to cure them but one thing that has changed recently in the thought processes of the people is that they want to do it all natural way including home remedies, yoga, exercises etc.

3. PASCHIMOTTANASANA

The name comes from the Sanskrit words Paschima meaning “west” or “back” or “back of body” and uttana meaning “intense stretch” or “straight” or “extended”, and asana meaning “posture” or “seat”.FORMATION

This asana is practiced in four stages:

  1. Firstly, stretch your legs straight and swing the upper part of your body back and forth. With every swing, try to reach out to your knees, calves, ankles, and finally your toes.
  2. Secondly, while exhaling bend forward to touch your knees with your hands.
  3. Being in the second stage, reach further to touch your toes with your hands.
  4. Thirdly, keep your elbows on the side of your knees, touch your knees with your nose or forehead.

It is important to exhale while bending forward. Keep your legs straight and knees touching ground. Do not let your belly touch your thighs, keep it above your thighs. Hold your breath out for as long as possible in the position. After that, while inhaling leave your toes and sit straight.

CAUTION: Do not practice this asana if you are suffering from large spleen, swelling in intestine, appendicitis or any disease related to stomach.

BENEFITS OF THE ASANA

  1. It cures gas trouble, diabetes, diabetes insipidus, nightfall, constipation, backache, arthritis, muscular pain, etc.
  2. It is panacea for diseases like obesity, haemorrhoids, backache, etc.
  3. It improves blood circulation in the body.

4. UTTANAPADASANA

FORMATION

Lie flat on your back, keeping the feet together and knees tight. Breathe in and out, arch the back by lifting the chin and then slide onto the back of your head. If necessary, use your hands at the side of your head to lift your head and keeping it as far back as possible. Rest your arms on sides. Stretch the back. Thereafter, breathe in and out slowly while lifting your legs to 45 or 50 degrees from the floor. Lift the arms, bringing them parallel to the floor. Both legs and arms should be straight. Extend the ribs and breathe normally. Your body is balanced only on the crown of your head and buttocks. When you reach to the point where you are able to hold your breath for 1 to 3 minutes, your Asana position will be complete.

BENEFITS OF THE ASANA.      

  1. It helps to strengthen intestine and improves digestion. It cures old constipation and other stomach related diseases
  2. The Uttanpadasana is best in curing naval displacement. Practice it for 5 minutes.
  3. Diseases like diarrhoea, foot pain, lung diseases, dysentery, constipation, abdominal pain, cough are also cured by regular practice of the Asana.

Yoga programs are gaining popularity among peole seeking great health because today, people are getting more aware of benefits of yoga every day and they are even experiencing remarkable improvements in their overall health with the regular practice of Yoga.

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