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If you’re living with kyphosis and seeking non-surgical treatment options, exercise and physical therapy can make a big difference. Yoga asanas like the locust pose or mountain pose and supported backbends help build your core and back muscles. Supplement this with sunlight exposure. Consume vitamin D- and calcium-rich food for better bone health and lowered risk of injury from balance issues or weak bones. A back brace or shoe inserts may help those with developing bones and offer respite from pain for others.
Life has a way of getting more and more complicated as you get older. People try to subdue the mental clutter with caffeine, nicotine,...
When practiced regularly, yoga can help to tackle a wide range of bodily problems. Some poses are specifically designed to stretch and exercise the...
Tailbone pain (coccydynia) can be caused by long hours of sitting, injury from contact sports or repeated stress on the area, overweight, and childbirth. While severe pain must be treated by a doctor, mild pain can be managed with hot and cold packs and correct posture. If you have a desk job, take frequent breaks. Practice yoga poses like child pose, locust pose, and root lock pose to strengthen the spine and the tail bone.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is characterized by urinary and fecal incontinence, sexual dysfunction or pelvic organ prolapse. Treatments include pelvic floor-muscle training, biofeedback, electrogalvanic stimulation, behavioral modification and constipation management. Yoga poses like cow pose and locust pose also work great to strengthen pelvic floor muscles.
Ashwani Mudra - Sit in a meditative pose. Slowly pull the anus and lower abdominal muscles up and relax. Agnisar Kriya - Stand with feet apart. Place hands on the knees and loosen your belly. Exhale, hold your breath out and pull your stomach in as far as you can, such that it touches your back. Then, loosen and release the stomach.