Majority of people suffer from back pain. According to the Spine Society of India, about 10-15 percent people ie 15 crore people in India suffer from back pain. Our ancient sages had found its cure through Yoga, Asana and Pranayam.The rule "Prevention is better than cure" can keep us away from this problem. Back pain, a gift of so called modernism, is caused due to carelessness, excessive labour, anxiety, bad posture while sitting or sleeping. Backbone is called vertebral column. It gives support to rest of our skeletons. If due to some reasons, there is problem in vertebral column then we develop back pain, neck pain or sciatica pain. In majority of women it is caused due to menstrual problems, hormonal changes or in case of pregnancy. Our bed plays an important part in developing or getting rid of back pain.
Through these asanas and some precautions we can keep back pain away:
In this asana, our body looks like a snake, rising its hood. Hence, this is named so.
Our body acquires the shape of shalabh or moth hence called shalabhasana.
Our body takes the shape of a wheel or charka hence this is named chakrasana.
Heart patients, high B.P, patients, pregnant women and the patients of menstrual cycle should avoid this.
Some Specific Precautions:
Balance your weight on both legs while standing.
Avoid extra soft cushions, use hard bed.
Avoid wearing heels.
Sit straight while driving.
Avoid sleeping on belly; rather sleep on your back.
Avoid physical labour in severe pain.
Use hot water bag on affected areas during severe pain.
Use foot rest while working on table in home/office.
Meditate 10 minutes daily, enhance your tolerance power and try to forget the pain.About 10-15 percent people in India suffer from back pain; whereas, our ancient sages had found its cure through Yoga, Asanas and Pranayam
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