Yoga For Healthy Heart: These 5 yogasanas will open all the veins of the body!

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International Yoga Day 2024: Heart disease has become a big problem in today's time. An unhealthy lifestyle, poor diet, and stress weaken the heart and can cause blockage in the arteries. However, there are many ways to keep the heart healthy, one of which is yoga.

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Today, on the special occasion of International Yoga Day, we are telling you some easy yoga asanas, which you can include in your routine. These easy yoga asanas will not only keep your heart healthy but will also improve your blood circulation and reduce stress.

1. Tadasana

Tadasana or Parvatasana is a simple standing pose. Stand straight, and keep both feet shoulder-width apart. Keep the spine straight, broaden the chest, and bring the shoulders down. Take a few deep breaths and exhale.

2. Vrikshasana

Vrikshasana or tree pose balances the body and strengthens the legs. Stand in Tadasana, then slowly bend one leg and place it on the other thigh. Bring the hands above the body in a namaste pose. Maintain balance for a while, then repeat the same on the other side.

3. Adho Mukha Svanasana

Adhomukha Svanasana or the downward-facing dog pose strengthens the entire body and improves blood circulation. Stand on both hands and knees. Then lift the knees, place the heels on the ground, and bring the body into an inverted V shape. Stay in this position for a while, then come back.

4. Bhujangasana

Bhujangasana or Cobra Pose makes the spine flexible and opens the chest. Lie down on your stomach, and touch your forehead to the ground. Place your hands on the ground near the elbows. Lift the upper body as high as you can comfortably. Breathe in and come back while exhaling.

5. Balasana

Balasana or child's pose relaxes the body and reduces stress. Sit on your knees and place your heels near your buttocks. Place your forehead on the ground and stretch your hands in front of your body. Remain in this position for some time and breathe deeply.

Doing these asanas for 10-15 minutes every day can help keep the heart healthy. However, it is important to keep in mind that before doing any new yoga asana, consult a yoga trainer.

Disclaimer: Dear reader, thank you for reading this news. This news has been written only to make you aware. We have taken the help of home remedies and general information in writing this. If you read anything related to your health anywhere, then definitely consult a doctor before adopting it.