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5 Yoga Poses to keep Diabetes under control

Diabetes is becoming a common disease and it is undergoing sufficient research to treat this ailment. However, one of the best ways to control sugar has been to do a good workout and what could have been better than yoga. We want to discuss the benefits of yoga to control diabetes.

Exercise -The method of keeping the body and fit and fine

Diabetes happens because of the natural process of insulin formation gets unobserved by blood cell. By doing a daily basis exercise, the body begins to respond to insulin formation in the body. It helps to decrease the level of blood glucose. Exercises also improve blood flow in the body. This is the right method to balance.

How yoga can be beneficial to fight diabetes

Daily workout plan can help greatly in lessening blood sugar level and thus keep blood pressure low. When you do yoga on a daily basis, it will help you in keeping your body weight in control, decreasing the possibility of symptoms related to diabetes and slowing down the development of this disease. It also reduces the risk of other health complications.

Stress is one of the chief causes of diabetes. The continuous practice of yoga poses, meditation and pranayama would help to decrease the tension in the mind and prevent your body from its side effect. It also supports the progress of emission of glucagon and enhances the operation of insulin. Get the Yoga Teacher Training in India  at a renowned institute

The continuous yoga session is the sure shot way to reduce the weight and slow down the obesity. Kapal Bhati Pranayama and Sun Salutation are some of the significant yoga postures that help you in weight loss plan. We know that obesity is the biggest factor for diabetes. By doing yoga your body weight will be in control.

Here are some yoga postures and techniques which will help you in combating diabetes.

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1 pranayama

Breathe in and out deeply will help you to circulate oxygen into the blood and improve the blood flow. It makes your mind peaceful and makes your nerves much required relaxation.

How to do this pose

  • Sit on the yoga on the ground, twisting your feet in the position of Padmasana or you can normally sit by crossing feet.
  • Make your back straight, put your hands on your knees and palm should be in the sky close your eyes. Make your chin accordingly to the ground.
  • Inhale breath, breathe out slowly, do the repetition of this sequence at least 10 times.
  • Breathe in deep and hold your breath for five counts. Exhale slowly. Repeat this process at least ten times.
  • After you complete the process, rub your palms until they get hot and put them on your both eyes. After that, slowly open your eyes.

2 Setubandhasana

This yoga pose is helpful in controlling women's pressure and makes them calm. So it's excellent digestion. One can learn yoga teacher training in India  by the professional yoga training institute

How to do this pose

  • Lie down on the floor on your yoga mat and make your feet flat on the ground
  • Now breathe out and push down your lower body with your feet.
  • Lift your body and let it rest on the ground.
  • Make sure you do not even do this pose, do it slowly
  • You can use your hands to push down for added support.
  • Precaution: Do not take this pose if you are suffering from back and neck injury.

3 Balasana

This pose is as the name refers to child pose and it is good for eliminating the stress. It helps in extending ankles, thighs, hips and eases your mind and makes your mental relaxation from exhaustion and tension. If you have lower back pain then this pose is very effective in that respect. It wants to help you recover your back pain.

How to do this pose

  • Sit on the ground on your knees and now flat on the ground and sit on your heels.
  • Stretch your thighs at distance breathe out and twist your upper body from your waist.
  • Allow your abdomen place on your thighs and stretch your back. Now extend your arms forward to stretch your back.
  • Naturally, you do not force your body to do it forcefully. Continuous practice wants to make you expert in doing this pose.
  • Breathe in and out normally and hold this position as much as you can, however, the maximum time would be 3 minutes and the minimum duration is 5 counting.

Precautions: people who are having diarrhea, knee injury or woman who is pregnant avoid this yoga pose.

 

4 Vajrasana

  • This is quite an easy pose which will help you to ease your brain and help in digestion. This is the only pose you can do even after your meal.
  • How to do this pose
  • Put yoga mat on the ground
  • Fold your legs to the backside; allow the top surface of your leg to touch the ground and your heels should be facing upward.
  • Now sit on your feet or place your hips on your legs. The heels should be parallel and both sides of hips
  • Put your palms on your knees and make your face downwards. Close your eyes and breathe deeply and deeply at a normal pace.

5 sarvangasana

Sarvangasana is a significant contributor to the function of thyroid glands. Moreover, the respiratory system, controlling the metabolism, the reproductive system, the nervous system, and the digestive system, It helps you fight the nervous system disorders. It enhances you all over health.

How to do this pose

  • Lie down on the ground and stretch out her legs spreading outwards.
  • Now lift your legs straight against the sky
  • Put your hands on your back and hips for supporting the purpose and lift your body while facing your toes.
  • Put your whole body weight on the shoulders. Breathe slowly and place your chin into your chest.
  • The elbow must touch the ground and your back is supported. Stay in this pose as much as you can.
  • Resume lying down and slow down your body.
  • Precautions: People who have had spinal injuries.

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