You Wanna Cure Diabetes?
November 13, 2019 No Comments
4 Special Yoga Poses/Asanas to Cure Diabetes. With the increase in tasty food, we have an increase in number of diseases arising from chemicals mixed with them.
1. Bow Pose(Dhanurasana)
- Lie down on the floor facing your stomach to the floor with hands along your side and stretch your legs out.
- Notice that your palms are facing up.
- Look in the front and rest your head on chin.
- Now bend your knees and grab your ankles with your hands.
- Move your face towards the sky while bringing your legs upwards.
- While doing this, your thighs will come off the floor.
- Hold it for 4-6 breaths.
2. T-pose (Virabhadrasana)
- In the beginning, stand straight in a relaxing manner.
- Comfortably move your body and stand in a mountain pose.
- Bring your arms upward and palms together. It should look like a vertical line from the side view.
- Slowly step forward on your right leg keeping the leg straight.
- Moving your upper body forward comfortably in such a manner that it is parallel to the floor.
- Now again , slowly bring your back leg upward such that it is parallel to the floor.
- The overall side view looks like a T-shape.
- Hold the stretch in this position for 4-6 breaths.
- Repeat the same procedure for the other side after a gap of 1 minute from the previous one.
- Initially, kneel on the floor comfortably in a relaxing position.
- Slowly stretch your knees apart and bring the toes together touching each other on the flat side.
- Bend forward stretching your back and touch your chin to the floor.
- Your arms should be stretched straight and your hands should be straight in the front.
- The palms should be flat facing the floor.
- Hold this stretching position for about 30 seconds in the beginning.
- With practice over a long period of time, start holding the stretch for about 5-6 minutes.
4. Reclining Leg Pose (Supta Padangusthasana)
- Simply start with lying on the mat.
- Come to your left side resting your head on your left-hand side by bending the left knee.
- Make sure the knee and hip are in an alignment, so your body is in the straight line.
- Extend the top leg and during that bend your top knee.
- Hold your toe/ankle with your top hand. Take care that your arm is inside, not the outside.
- Now , start to extend your right leg upwards as much as you can.
- If you are stable, then start to strengthen your left leg.
- Try not to roll back or roll forward which is very common and try to balance your body.
- Hold this position for 3-8 breaths.
- Repeat the same for the other side.