To keep the heart and lungs healthy, do these yogasanas daily
By doing Bhastrika Pranayama, the circulation of oxygen in the body happens at a faster rate. Whereas the level of carbon dioxide is low, due to which heart disease is removed. By doing this yoga, all the problems related to the throat end.
Health awareness has increased among people after leading a critical life during the Corona period. Asthma, lung diseases, diabetes, obesity, heart attack, and high blood pressure are diseases that are directly related to the coronavirus and the immune system. According to experts, it is essential to have a strong immune system to stay healthy. To avoid these, people should pay special attention to diet and routine. Especially in winter, the risk of respiratory diseases increases due to an increase in air pollution. Yoga can be used for this. If you also want to keep the lungs healthy and strong and want to reduce the effects of pneumonia, then definitely do these yogasanas daily. Let's know-
Do 'Savitri asana'
Keep the entire weight of your body on the knees by keeping the knees on the ground. Keep the body straight. Now warm up a little and then wave your hands and keep them upwards. Keep a distance between both hands. While there, keep an eye upwards. Stay in this posture for some time. After that come back to the first pose.
Do Bhastrika Pranayama
By doing Bhastrika Pranayama, the circulation of oxygen in the body happens at a faster rate. Whereas the level of carbon dioxide is low, due to which heart disease is removed. By doing this yoga, all the problems related to the throat end. For this, sit in the posture of Padmas in a clean environment. After this, keep your neck and spine in a straight line. The body should not be bent and loose. After this take long breaths and let the air fill the lungs. After that exhale rapidly one at a time. Do this asana at least ten times at a time.
Come into the 'Savitri posture'. After this, bend the body backward and place both hands on your ankles. One thing to keep in mind is not to twist your neck, but to let the neck remain in its natural state. Stay in this state for a few moments. Now remove the hands and come to the first position. Do not stay in this state for long.
Do Hastha Uthanasana
Get into the posture of Surya Namaskar. After this, raise your hands upwards and move them backward. In the meantime, band your body too. At the same time, keep the body straight and eyes open.
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