Yoga for Diabetes
Yoga can solve your maximum health issues. Not just body pain, yoga can help you control your blood sugar levels as well. Yoga for diabetes is a great natural remedy to treat diabetes naturally. Regular practice of yoga for diabetes can reduce the risk of other complications of diabetes. Here are some yoga asanas which can help you control your diabetes.
Dhanurasana is highly recommended for people with diabetes. To perform this asana, lie straight on the floor on your stomach and lift your upper body as well as your legs. Bend your knees and raise your hands backward. Now grab your ankles with your both hands. Pull your legs and hands upwards as much as possible. Hold this position for 15 to 20 seconds and look straight throughout the asana. It will also help you fight body pain. Also read: 8 Reasons Why You Should do Yoga Everyday
Paschimottanasana helps people suffering from diabetes. To perform this asana, sit straight on the floor with your legs stretched out in from of you. Raise your arms upwards, over your head and inhale deeply. Now bend forward and exhale. Try to touch your toes with your hands and keep your head down on your knees. Do not lift your knees during this asana. Practice this asana daily for better results.
The corpse position is the easiest asana which can control your diabetes. Lie flat on the back with arms at the sides, palms facing up. Keep your feet together stretched out. Close your eyes and focus on relaxing the entire body. Inhale and exhale deeply throughout the asana. Also read: Yoga for neck and shoulders that you can do at your work
Ardha Matsyendrasana benefits the kidneys, pancreas, small intestine and liver. It concentrates on the pancreas which helps in treating diabetes. Sit on the floor with your legs crossed. Cross your left foot over the right one. Raise your left knee, pointing upwards. Now move your right hand over your left leg and hold your left foot. Press your left leg against your abdomen slowly and turn your head on the right side at the same time. Practice this asana regularly for better results. Read more articles on Yoga. For more related articles, download OnlymyHealth app.