Yoga to control high blood pressure, sugar, cholesterol, thyroid

Now sugar, pressure, cholesterol, thyroid problems go home.

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Most of the people you meet on the bus, tram, train have diseases. It is possible to control these diseases by doing yoga for at least half an hour on a daily basis. Today’s discussion is about that.

                                              High blood pressure

After meals you can do Vajrasana 2 minutes, Shavasana, also Shitkari, Shitali Pranayama, and Brahmana Pranayama

                                           Seated wind muktasana

Sit cross-legged. First, bend the right leg, and hold it with both hands on the chest, keep the left leg together, sit with the spine straight for 10 seconds. In the same way, bend the left leg, hold the chest and keep the right leg straight for 10 seconds, then press the two legs together and hold for 10 seconds. Take the whole cycle once and do it 5 times.

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With both feet together, lift the hands over the head, lock the thumbs, and try to lift the palms of the hands with both hands in front. The ankles should be raised as high as possible. The mass of the body will be on the two legs only. Breathing will remain normal. In this way, you have to do it 5 times in 20 seconds.
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                                                         Shavasana

Lie on your back with your hands on either side, palms facing up. The legs should be empty like 1′-0 “. The eyes should be kept closed. Breathing will gradually slow down. Other thoughts should not be allowed to come into the mind. Every limb needs to be relaxed. In this way, you have to breathe for 3-4 minutes.

                                                       Shitkari

Sit in the lotus position, keep both hands on the knees, open the lips, press the teeth, put the tongue on the upper leg, loosen it a little and pull the air quite loudly through the gap between the teeth. CC will sound. She is called Shitkari for that. After doing Kumbhak for 5 seconds, exhale for 10 seconds with both nostrils. This has to be done 10 times.

                                                 Shitali Pranayama

You have to sit in the lotus position, stick out your tongue, fold your legs, and make it like around bird. The air should be drawn through the narrow gap in the middle. With the help of such straws, the drink is drawn into the mouth. In this way, you have to pull the air for 5 seconds, put your tongue inside, and close your lips. Then hold your breath and hold your chin to your chest. After staying like this for 5 seconds, you have to exhale slowly with both nostrils. Do this 10 times. However, it is forbidden to do in winter.

                                              Brahmana Pranayama

Brahmana pranayama can be done in the morning and evening while walking in the empty field or on the road (dust-free). Walk with your spine straight. In the first 4 steps, you have to breathe slowly while taking the steps. When you have finished breathing, you have to exhale immediately. The first is as long as inhaling, as long as exhaling. Exhalation time will be extended later – 4-6, then 6-8. In the last 8-12 steps, practice breathing and exhaling.

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 Pawan Muktasana, Utthita Padmasana, Sarbangasana, Matsasana, Saskasana, Padahastasana, Ardhakurmasana and Suryabhedi Pranayama.

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Good results are also found for sugar in Janushirasana, Paschimottanasana, Yogamudra, Ardhakurmasana, Padhahastasana, Bhujangasana, Brahmana Pranayama and Surya Pranayama
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                                                  Janushirasana

Sit with both feet straight, bend the right leg and apply it to the groin, hold the big toe of the left foot with both hands, lean forward and keep the head on the knees and try to keep the elbows on the ground. In this way, after staying for 20 seconds, you have to change your legs. And in the same way, you have to practice five times while keeping your breathing normal.

                                              Paschimottanasana

Sit straight with your legs crossed. Gently lean forward and hold the big toe with both hands. Try to keep your head on your knees and your elbows on the ground. Try to stop with the abdomen and chest thighs. The first will be the first trouble. It will be fine later. Try to do it five times in 30 seconds each time.

                                                 Ardhakurmasana

Sitting on the Vajrasana, the hands should be stretched over the head. Then gently rest your hands on the ground. At the same time, the forehead and nose will also touch the ground. The hands will be in the salutation posture. The buttocks will rest on the ankles. This should be done 3 times in 1 minute.

                                                      Yoga mudra

Sit on the lotus position with one hand on the other and gently lean forward and keep the head and forehead on the ground. You have to get up slowly from 1 minute. Breathing will be normal, this way 5 times. 

                                                     Padhahastana

Keep both hands on the head while keeping the ankles together. Gently lean forward and place your hands near the ankles and try to apply them to the abdomen, chest, and thighs. The forehead will rest on the feet below the knees. Thus practice 3 times in 1 minute.
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                                                       Bhujangasana

Lie on your back and place your hands on the ground next to your chest. The head should be raised as high as possible without pressing the hand. The legs should be paired and straight. Do this 5 times in 30 seconds. 

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Padmasana: Sit on two legs first. Break the right leg and lift the left leg over the thigh. Similarly, break the left leg and place it on the thigh of the right leg.  Both knees are on the ground. The leaves of the legs will remain tight. Breathing will remain normal. 1 minute to change legs from this position. Do this 4-5 times.
 
Ustrasana: Sit on the Vajrayana, with the weight on the knees, like the blue down. Then the body should be bent slightly backward to hold the ankles, the right ankle with the right hand, the left ankle with the left hand. As if there would be 90 degrees between the legs and thighs. The waist should be pushed forward. Breathing will remain normal. In this case, you have to do it 4-5 times in 30 seconds. 
Ardhamatsyendrasana: Sit cross-legged. Fold the right leg and bring the right ankle to the buttocks of the left leg. Now the left leg should be placed vertically next to the thigh next to the right knee. The left knee should be placed under the right armpit and the right knee should be held with the right hand. It is better to move the left hand towards the back (backward) and hold the ankle of the left foot or place the hand near the groin of the right foot. Turn the head and shoulders to the left as much as possible and look back. Similarly, change the arms and legs 4 times in 30 seconds. Breathing will remain normal. 
Sarvangasana: Lie on your back and lift your legs slowly. Now keep both hands on the back and bring it in a straight line from the shoulder to the big toe. The chin will be on the chest. You have to practice 4 times in 30 seconds. 
Matsaasana: Sit in the lotus position and lie down with your elbows bent. You have to lift the head with the pressure of both hands and restrain the palate. Try to hold the elbows on the ground with the big toe. The knees should rest on the ground. You have to change your legs again. Matsaasana should be done 4 times in 30 seconds.
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Sirsasana: The fingers of both hands should be brought together and the elbows should be rested on the ground. Then the head should be placed in front of the hand so that the palm is on the ground. Try to lift slowly from the waist to the legs, keeping both knees close to the chest, keeping them long from head to waist. Match the legs straight up, so that they are in a straight line from head to toe. The legs will be quite tight. The mass of the body will be in the palm of the head. It can be done 4 times in 30 seconds in the beginning, then up to 2 minutes. Breathing will remain normal.
Saskasana: Hold the ankles with both hands. Leaning forward, rest the palm of the head on the ground and bring the forehead to the knees. The legs and knees will belong. Keeping breathing normally can be done 4 times in 30 seconds.
Halasana: Lying on your back, with your hands on your hips, keep your legs together on the back of the head as much as possible. Keep the toes tight without breaking the knees, the chin resting on the chest. Keep breathing normal and do it 4 times in 30 seconds.
Singhasana: Sit and knees should be two spaces. Both hands will be on the knees. The big toe will be stuck. The ankle will be next to the buttocks. You have to take out your tongue and make a sound in your mouth. When you have finished breathing, you have to close your mouth and breathe in through your nose. In this way, it can be practiced 5-6 times.

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