5 Yoga Postures to Obliviate Diabetes

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Balasana
Balasana

These days the pace of which people are getting diabetic is alarming. 5 out of every 10 person is having diabetes and this number is rising day by day. However, it is no wonder that people want to incorporate something natural and holistic in their daily routine other than eating the old conventional medicines. And yoga is one such ancient and effective method to control your blood sugar levels.

Diabetes is caused when your blood cells don’t respond to the insulin produced by the body. Exercising regularly will make your body reciprocate to it. When you start doing physical activity, your heart starts to pump more blood which in turn improves the blood circulation in your body. Yoga is an excellent way to fight both mental and physical stress. Here are 5 yoga postures that will help you curb diabetes from its roots.

Five Yoga Postures Work Best for Diabetes

Sun Salutation

Surya Namaskar
Surya Namaskar

Sun salutation also known as Surya Namaskar is very good for curing diabetes. It also helps in keeping the sugar levels optimum and also calms your mind. To practice this exercise, stand with your toes touching together and heels apart. Move your thighs in the inward position and roll your shoulders towards the downward direction. Raise your arms above the head and then lift the crown towards the ceiling. Do this exercise for at least 15 minutes.

Triangle Pose

Triangle Pose
Triangle Pose

This pose stimulates all your abdominal organs and helps in digesting the food better. It also helps in keeping the kidneys healthy. Also, it is helpful in keeping the insulin level in control. For this exercise, you need to turn 45 degrees and stretch your legs to the adjacent directions. Bend downwards and try to touch your one hand to the ground while lifting other upwards. Turn your face and look upwards. Hold it for 3 to 5 breaths and repeat it to the other side.

Balasana

Balasana
Balasana

This pose, in particular, serves as a great buster. It gently stretches the arms, hips, thighs and ankles and calms the mind while relieving stress which is one of the main reasons for diabetes. For practicing this exercise, sit on the floor with your knees touching the ground. Now flatten your heels and bend downwards facing your head towards the ground. Stretch your hands in front of you to elongate your back. Stay in this for at least 5 counts and repeat it for 2-3 times.

Sarvangasana

Sarvangasana
Sarvangasana

This pose is known to regulate the working of thyroid glands which are responsible for the proper functioning of entire body including your blood sugar levels, reproductive system, and nervous system. It also nourishes the spine by pumping enough blood and oxygen, helping you to beat nervous system disorders. For doing this exercise, lie with your legs extending outwards. Now slowly raise your legs and lift them in the upwards direction. Place the palm along with your back and support it and raise your body while pointing your toes to the ceiling. Make sure that your elbows are touching the ground. Hold this position for at least 2 to 3 minutes.

Dhanurasana

Dhanurasana
Dhanurasana

This pose is great to beat stress and fatigue that in turn leads to diabetes. Also, it is great to strengthen your back and spine and stimulating the reproductive organs. Lie straight on the ground with your stomach facing the ground. Stretch your arms backward and hold your ankles. Breathing in, lift your chest off the ground and pull your legs up. Lift your face up and look straight in front of you. Inhale and exhale slowly and do this exercise for at least 5 minutes. Repeat 2 to 3 times.

It is very important for you to maintain a healthy regime naturally. A few minutes of regular meditation will also help in combating stress and hence improving your sugar levels which lead to diabetes. Also, you need to eat healthy and nutritious food so that you remain happy all day long. Along with this, follow these easy to do asanas which would be effective in fixing diabetics in the best possible manner.

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