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29 Mar

Yoga in Sanskrit means to connect or unite. It is a medium of combining the three major aspects of life: mind, body, and spirit. Up until recently, Yoga was thought up of as a religious practice. But today, it’s proven that Yoga has countless health benefits, both physical and mental. If done consistently and properly, Yoga can improve your overall health, reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and improve mobility. It can even cure or mitigate the risks of various diseases, including Diabetes. Diabetes is becoming a growing concern worldwide. With 422 million people suffering from Diabetes, it is becoming one of the leading causes of death around the world. While Yoga can’t completely cure Diabetes, it sure can help control the blood sugar level in your body and reduce the risks. If you or your loved one has Diabetes, you can turn on to Yoga for relief. Yoga is an ancient practice that mixes various stances and breathing techniques. Each asana benefits a different part of the body. These stances and techniques allow the body to rest, stretch and relax. Adding simple yoga practice to your daily routine can help you manage Diabetes and reduce the risks of various other diseases. There are various asanas(stances) that can prove beneficial for diabetic people such as: 

  • Dhanurasana 
  • Paschimottanasana
  • Mandukasana
  • Shashankhasana
  • Balasana
  • Vakrasana
  • Ardha Matsyendrasana
  • Gomukhasana
  • Bhujangasana
  • Viaparita Karani
  • Tadasana
  • Chakrasana
  • Halasana
  • Pawan Muktasana

These asanas promote the release of insulin by stretching the pancreas. They also provide benefits to various other parts of the body. But not every asana can be suitable for everyone. Hence, if you want to start practicing Yoga, do it under the guidance of qualified yoga professionals. To practice the most authentic and purest form of Yoga, Hatha Yoga, contact us.

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