HEALTH TIPS : These 4 yogasanas can benefit people suffering from diabetes, there are more benefits

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In today's fast-paced world, almost every second person is suffering from some of the other diseases. It includes many common diseases and many dangerous diseases. There is one such disease, due to which a large number of people are suffering and this disease is diabetes. Diabetes is usually caused by a weak metabolism. At the same time, later it goes towards high blood sugar level. In such a situation, if it is not controlled in time, then it can cause many side effects on our health. In such a situation, people suffering from this disease have to pay attention from their diet to their physical activity. In such a situation, through yoga, you can get many benefits from diabetes. Not only this, you can be stress-free through yoga, it helps in controlling diabetes by increasing the level of low blood pressure. So let us know which Yogasanas can be done by diabetic patients.



Paschimottanasana

In this, you have to spread the legs forward, then slowly bend forward and breathe. Simultaneously try to hold your thumb with your fingers. Do this on both legs. Then release your full breath and bend forward keeping the elbows on the knees. After this keep your legs straight and stay in this posture for a while.


do Mandaukasana

In this, you have to sit on your knees, keep your thumbs inside and breathe while closing your fists tightly. Then lean forward and exhale. At the same time, put more pressure on the navel. After this, touching your chest, face forward, and remain in this posture for some time. Finally, taking a deep breath, kneel down again. You can do this 4-5 times.

Pawanmuktasana

In this, you have to lie on the floor on your back and keep your legs bent towards the body with your arms. Then exhale while bringing the right knee towards your chest and press the thigh on your stomach with your hands. Then lift both your head and chest upwards and allow your chin to touch your right knee. Meanwhile, pause for two seconds and breathe in and out. After that exhale completely and go back to the ground.

Purvottanasana

In this yoga posture, sit with your legs stretched forward and place your hands on the ground. At the same time, keep the elbows straight and keep the hands almost far behind the buttocks. Then point your fingers towards the buttocks and while inhaling raise your body upwards and then try to balance the bodyweight on the legs and arms. Finally, let the head hang down at the back and slowly lower the body while exhaling.