Saturday, August 15, 2020

Diabetes & Yoga

Benefits of Yoga for Diabetes
Everyone benefits from yoga - if they undergo proper training and continue with the
practice. Regular practice of yoga benefits the body in the following ways which :
It improves digestion, circulation, and immunity
Yoga enhances function of neurological and endocrine organs
It can prevents and provides relief from chronic illnesses

Overall the body feels healthier, more energetic

Here are few specific asanas to tackle diabetes better:
1.Kapal Bhati (Skull Shining breathing technique)
2.Supta Matsyendrasana (Lying-down body twist)
3.Dhanurasana (Bow pose)
4.Paschimottanasana (Seated forward bend)
5.Ardhya Matsyendrasana (Sitting half spinal twist)
5.Shavasana (Corpse pose)

1.Kapal Bhati pranayama (Skull Shining breathing technique)
Yoga for Diabetes
The Skull shining breathing technique helps energize the nervous system and rejuvenates brain cells. It is very helpful for patients suffering from diabetes, as it stimulates abdominal organs. This pranayama also improves the blood circulation and uplifts the mind.

2.Supta Matsyendrasana (Lying-down body twist)
The Lying-down body twist massages the internal organs and improves digestion. This posture also exerts pressure on the abdominal organs and is hence very helpful yoga posture for people suffering from diabetes.

3.Dhanurasana (Bow pose)
The Bow pose strengthens regulates the pancreas and is highly recommended for people with diabetes. This yoga pose also strengthens the abdominal muscles and is a good stress and fatigue buster.

4.Paschimottanasana (Seated forward bend)
The Two-legged forward bend massages and tones the abdominal and pelvic organs, and helps people suffering from diabetes. This yoga posture helps balance the prana in the body and also calms the mind.

5.Ardhya Matsyendrasana (Sitting half spinal twist)
The Sitting half spinal twist massages the abdominal organs, increases the oxygen supply to lungs and makes the spine supple. It also helps calm the mind and improves blood flow to spine.

6.Shavasana (Corpse pose)
The final resting yoga pose, Corpse pose, takes the body into a deep meditative state, letting it relax and rejuvenate.

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