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Yoga to sleep well

If you have trouble falling asleep an excellent technique to achieve this and to rest, yoga.

At some point in your life, everyone has experienced insomnia for any reason. There are times when lack of sleep can not be avoided.

Here we guide on how to achieve 5 yoga poses to get good sleep.

Janusirsasana

JanusirsasanaDescription

In sitting position, one leg is extended with fingers pointing up, and the other leg knee bends away from the straight leg and the foot in the groin address. The torso rotates and folds over the outstretched leg.

Janu Sirsasana is a spinal twist and a fold forward. The potential is releasing constriction in different parts of the back and hamstring muscles to loosen.

Benefits

  • Strengthening and stretching the shoulders, spine, groins, and hamstrings.
  • Stimulates liver and kidneys.
  • Improved digestion system.
  • Relieve stress, anxiety, fatigue, headache, menstrual discomfort, symptoms of menopause.
  • Therapeutic for high blood pressure, insomnia, and sinusitis.

Baddha Konasana

Baddha KonasanaDescription

From a sitting position with both legs stretched forward, hands at your sides, palms flat on the floor, fingers pointing forward, legs are articulated knees so that the soles are.

The legs are held by the ankles and fold over to heel reaching the perineum.

The knees remain on the ground, the body upright and looking forward. The asana is held before returning to the starting position. The thighs are stretched with care.

Benefits

  • The asana is especially recommended for those suffering from urinary disorders. The pelvis, abdomen and back are stimulated by an abundant supply of blood.
  • Relieve sciatic pain and prevents hernia.
  • If practiced regularly, relieves pain and heaviness in the testicles.
  • For women, along with Sarvangasana check irregular menstruation and helps the ovaries to function properly.
  • The regular practice of this asana can be beneficial to the lumbar region, flat feet, high blood pressure, infertility and asthma.

Precautions

While the asana is performed, take care:

  • This asana should be avoided in case of injury in the groin or knee.
  • Be careful while you bend if you suffer from high blood pressure or heart problems.
  • Slow and careful while doing the asanas as in almost all yoga asanas, be quick Being is not what is called for in yoga asanas.
  • Baddha Konasana be avoided by ladies if menstruating or should be done under the guidance of an expert yoga during those days.

Halasana

HalasanaDescription

The practitioner lies on the floor, lift your legs, and then placed behind the head.

Experienced practitioners can enter Halasana from a standing position, tucking your chin to your chest, placing your hands on the floor, walk your feet to the hands and bend your elbows to lower your shoulders to the ground.

Precautions

  • This asana can place significant pressure on the cervical spine, usually not subject to this kind of stress, and may cause injury if not done correctly.
  • The practice of this position without support for the legs can cause injury. Provide support for the legs, professionals can use props such as blocks.
  • As an alternative, just lying on your back and lifting your legs on a stretch of hamstring, or making a seated forward bend may be appropriate.

Balasana

BalasanaDescription

In this asana, the body faces the floor in a fetal position.

The knees and hips are bent with the shins on the floor

The chest can rest well in the knees or knees can be extended to about the width of a yoga mat, allowing the chest then set between his knees.

The head is stretched forward towards the ground – the front can touch the ground.

The arms can be stretched forward in front of the head or back towards the feet.

Benefits

  • Balasana is a simple relaxation in yoga position.
  • The asana can be activated through breathing.

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