Yoga For Kidney Stones

Yoga For Kidney Stones
Yoga Asanas For Kidney Stones

Yoga For Kidney Stones

If you have a kidney stone, and someone tells you that you can get rid of it via performing yoga asanas, you’d be like “Whaaattt?” I know most of you wouldn’t believe in it. However, it’s true that Kidney stones can be treated through Yoga.

Moreover, not only does yoga help get rid of the kidney stones, but they also promote better health in the organs and can be performed as a regular part of your health program in order to prevent the onset of issues like kidney stones.

[expert_opinion expertname=’annieau’ opinion=”In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the kidney channel runs along the inner thighs and through the kidneys all the way up to the throat. These yoga poses help stimulate the channel and eliminate kidney stones.”]

Yoga Poses To Pass Kidney Stone

Some of the more highly recommended types of yoga for removing kidney stones include Dhanurasana (bow pose), Ustrasana (camel pose), Pavanamuktasana (wind relieving pose), Halasana (plow pose), Bhujangasana (cobra pose),

leg raises, restorative poses and breathing techniques in Pranayama.

Bhujangasana is considered to be a good method to pass kidney stone naturally and it involves lying on the stomach with the hands stretched out by the sides. The chest and head are then to be lifted off the floor and this position should be held for a few breaths.

The Ustrasana (camel pose) is also an effective asana in yoga to remove kidney stones and it also improves circulation in the lower body parts. The leg raises practiced in yoga help in strengthening the abdominal and digestive muscles and therefore are very effective in flushing out kidney stones.

To practice Pavanamuktasana, lie on your back with your feet together and arms beside your body. Breathe in and as you exhale, bring your right knee towards your chest and press the thigh on your abdomen with clasped hands. Breathe in again and as you exhale, lift your head and chest off the floor and touch your chin to your right knee. Hold it there, as you take deep, long breaths in and out.