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9 Ways To Manage And Reduce The Severity Of COPD
Being diagnosed with chronic obstruct pulmonary disease – or COPD – does not mean a lifetime of dependency on medication. A group of diseases (chronic bronchitis,...
Top 8 Yoga Poses And Pranayama For Thyroid Problems
Yoga poses like shoulder stand, plow pose, fish pose, camel pose, cobra pose, bridge formation pose, shoulder-stand pose, and bow pose help balance and regulate the functioning of the thyroid gland. Ujjayi pranayama also works wonders by re-balancing metabolism and improving reflex pathways within the throat to cure thyroid imbalance.
5 Powerful Yoga Asanas To Boost Your Stamina
Your life may be physically sedentary, but your schedule is hectic. You have to deal with everyday stressors that are bound to wear you...
9 Traditional Techniques For A Pain-Free Childbirth
If you have any doubts about your childbirth and the pain it can cause, you can adopt some of the techniques used by traditional mothers to help them with childbirth. These techniques include energy-balancing treatments to reduce the pain, to shorten the length of the pain, to prevent breech delivery and some yoga exercises to help ease your pain at the time of childbirth
5 Yoga Poses To Calm Your Racing Mind
Yoga can become an adequate stress buster and heal your body and mind completely. Some stress-busting poses for your fast-paced mind are as follows: The lotus pose helps to get the blood flowing throughout the body and relaxes the nervous system. The eagle pose helps with maintaining balance and relaxing the tight torso muscles. The cow face pose, the handstand, the tiptoe, and pranayama all help relax the mind.
Simple And Effective Beginner Yoga Poses For Relaxation
Yoga is an ancient practice that originated in India and has gained worldwide popularity in the recent years. It offers a plethora of physical and mental health benefits and can transform our lives for the better. Yoga involves performing specific poses and concentrates on the breathing. The end result is a relaxed mind and body that is capable of performing better.
10 Yoga Poses That Can Help Treat Thyroid Problems
Thyroid is an important gland that helps create hormone affecting body's metabolism. Thyroid related problems may lead to anxiety, mood swings, and depression. Yoga poses like shishuasana, bhujangasan, halasana, ujjayi pranayam, and sarvangasana can keep your thyroid gland healthy.
6 Yoga Asanas That Can Cure Psoriasis
Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disease that visibly manifests as red, itchy, scaly patches of abnormal skin. It is a non-communicable disease, reason for...
Yoga For Tuberculosis Patients
Long known as the ‘King of Diseases’ by ayurveda practitioners, tuberculosis (TB) is one of the world’s most feared and deadliest diseases. In the...
The 8 Yoga Sutras
Yoga is one of the most embraced practices in the world right now. Not only does it offer physical exercise and bodily benefits, but...
Yoga Poses To Prevent Snoring
Snoring occurs when one's breathing is partially obstructed. While occasional snoring is not a very serious issue, apart from the fact that you are...
5 Most Powerful Deep Breathing Exercises
Pranayama is a form of breathing exercises invented in India thousands of years ago by the sages, who realized the importance of these exercises...
Breathing Exercises To Increase Energy
At some point every day, we all feel a little too stressed out. We could do with just a little more energy. Incorporate these simple breathing exercises into your Yoga practice to improve your normal breathing and give you a boost of energy every day.
Restorative Yoga Poses For Women In Menopause
Women face multiple emotional and physical changes before and during menopause. Here is how yoga can help reduce the side effects and manage the changes.
Yoga For Breastfeeding Moms
No matter how your day looks like, there are some relaxation tips breastfeeding moms can try and get benefited. Yoga focuses entirely on your body and well-being. Keep practicing and work on those hips and build your core strength to keep going. Go slow but steady on your stretches to avoid any stiff back or other pain in the body. Allow time to re build your practice and 'no stress' is the key to happiness.
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