We all may agree on the fact that today’s lifestyle restrains the body movement very limited. Our craving for junk and sweet tooth seems our best friend but internally we all know that these are the best enemies of us.
You may be wondering that what happen to your friend Gurjeet , its nothing- but to spark a motivation on the eve of #YogaDay. Life coach Malti Bhojwani says, “The ones who learn the art of self-control — be it emotional, physical or material — have happier minds.” It takes time to replace long-running bad habits but it’s essential not to keep the soiled habits or old patterns in your head.
Why is yoga is better than Gymming?
Yoga slowly stretches muscles and opens the energy channels of the body. The increased flexibility keeps muscles and joints lubricated and healthy.
Although Exercises with weights and treadmill can cause strain which leads to soreness and injuries. Traditional Gymming use weights and other equipment. However, through different asanas in Yoga, your full body becomes toned and stronger by using your own entire body weight as ‘weights’.
It saves money. In fact, yoga doesn’t cost a penny. All you need to practice yourself. You can wear any clothes that allow you to move comfortable.
What can’t be cured with Yoga? people take yoga very lightly but it is most effective for most of the common problems like:
Migraine pain most commonly affects the forehead area. It’s usually on one side of the head, but it can occur on both sides, or shift.
Most migraines last about 4 hours. If they’re not treated or don’t respond to treatment, they can last for as long as 72 hours to a week. In migraines with aura, pain may overlap with an aura or may never occur at all.
Headaches are usually cured by deriving ways to supply extra oxygen to the brain. All it takes is a few minutes of your time to practice yoga every day and keep problems like a migraine at bay.
1. Padmasana or the Lotus Pose
3. Adho Mukha Svanasana
4. Setu Bandhasana
8. Janu sirsasana
9. Prasarita padottanasana
10. Urdhva mukha svanasana
11. Tree pose or Vriksasana
12. Child’s Pose or Bālāsana
13. Bow pose or Dhanurasana
14. Viparita Karani or Legs-Up-The-Wall Pose
15. Boat pose or Navasana
2. Weight loss
it’s not that you can only lose weight with intense work out by yoga. Yoga can play an important role in treating obesity. There are many yoga postures or asanas that can help with weight reduction.
3. Heart Problems
Heart attack and blood pressure are so common nowadays. keep your heart healthy happy with this yoga. Yoga builds cardiovascular health, increases lung capacity, and improves respiratory function and heart rate. It also boosts blood circulation, builds muscle, and decreases inflammation.
4. Back pain
the spinal cord is the root that strengthens and keeps the body erect. But thanks to our sedentary, unhealthy lifestyles, most of us are stuck with a whole lot of back problems,
A little gentle stretching can make a big impact when it comes to lower back pain. Is yoga good for back pain? And the answer is definitely yes! These asanas might seem challenging to you in the beginning. But with practice, and as your back feels more erect, you will ease into the poses and enjoy them too.
4. Supta vajrasana
5. Marjari asana
No matter your age or your health, you can practice yoga. If a person does Yoga he will never be going to visit the doctor or have any health issues.