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Is Yoga Helping Covid Patients Improve Quickly? 5 Asanas You Can Try

A lot of people, recovering from COVID-19 have switched to yoga to regain both balance and strength

Times today are challenging and it has become more important than ever to focus on positive health practices. The pandemic has put a spotlight on how Yoga and meditation helps boosts the immune system as well as provide emotional strength and mindfulness. Regular practice of Yoga can lead to benefits like increased flexibility, fitness and relaxation. That’s why a lot of people, recovering from COVID-19 have switched to yoga to regain both balance and strength.

The practice of Yoga helps to boost immunity and relieve anxiety. Yoga and meditation further helps with improved and clear breathing, thereby enhancing the functioning of lungs which is the need of the hour. Breathing exercises not only help keep the body and mind calm but are also known to develop a higher and constant source of energy in the body.

In order to maintain a healthier lifestyle in times of COVID-19, it is best to switch over to Yoga; which has become a hallmark of modern-day health practice

Pranayama

Breathing is the most critical element that drives the body's systems and energies. Pranayama is one of the most significant techniques for controlling the breath, involving different styles and lengths. Anulom-Vilom, Yogendra Pranayamas, Surya Bhedana, and other practices can help you live longer. They increase lung capacity and promote oxygenation of all cells and bodily systems.

Vajra Asana

This simple seated stance has a lot of advantages. It's beneficial for your knees, your leg muscles, and making your ankle joints more flexible. It also helps with digestion. It may be difficult at first, and your ankles may hurt, but if you sit in this position for just a few minutes each day, you'll be surprised at how fast your body adjusts, and you'll be sitting comfortably in Vajra asana in no time.

Savasana

Savasana may appear to be more of a snooze fest than a yoga stance, yet it is one of the most beneficial yoga poses for your general health and well-being. You can alleviate tension and potentially lower your heart rate by focusing on your breath while relaxing your body, providing both your body and mind a boost. It also aids in the control of diabetes.

Padma Asana

The most useful and effective of all yoga asanas is this one. The ultimate goal of a yoga asana practice is to become limber and flexible enough to sit for lengthy periods of time in meditation. Padma asana is the most popular asana among yogis. It may be difficult at first, but with just a few minutes of practice each day, your hips, pelvis, and legs will miraculously open up.

This asana is beneficial for the spine, digestion, leg muscles, and even circulation.

Adho Mukha Shwanasana

Also known as downward facing dog, it is one of the most adaptable and comfortable yoga positions for beginners as it supports full body stretch. It not only relieves back discomfort and strengthens the core, but it also improves overall flexibility. It causes traction in the lower back, which relieves pressure on the spine. In the meantime, the hamstrings and calves also benefit from this asana’s good stretch. The asana aligns the body and helps in preventing and getting rid of back problems.

Summing Up

Exercising helps to stimulate our metabolism and, if done correctly, can also improve immunity and strengthen our respiratory systems. Because COVID-19 is an infection of the upper respiratory system, it's critical to strengthen your lungs' muscles to reduce the risk of infection, and yoga can help. This ancient Indian form of physical activity has been touched by science for its numerous health advantages. It has been practiced for more than thousands of years across the country. Pre- and post-infection, several simple yoga asanas can assist to boost the immune system and strengthen the lungs' muscles. There are some simple workouts that you should undertake on a daily basis to maintain a health life.


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