Heart diseases are called cardiovascular diseases. The same term is used in medical language for heart diseases. According to a new research by the Registrar General of India and the Indian Council of Medical Research, a large number of people in India lose their lives due to heart diseases.
19% of the deaths in the country are due to heart diseases. According to yoga guru Swami Ramdev, yoga is a means by which we can keep our heart safe from diseases. There are such yogasanas, in which the maximum focus is on the breath, due to which our respiratory system remains healthy. Due to the sufficient amount of oxygen in the body, our blood circulation and weight are also controlled. We are going to tell you about some such yogasanas suggested by Baba Ramdev, which you can easily do at home without any training…
Surya Namaskar: This is the most famous yoga asana. It literally means saluting the sun. There are a total of 12 yogasanas in which the focus is on almost every part of the body. The most important thing is that if only Surya Namaskar is done every day then it becomes easy to achieve the goal of ‘healthy body’.
Bhujangasana: Lie down on the stomach side and keep both the hands right near the chest. Slowly move your body upwards. Focus on your breath and stretch your abdomen. With this asana, your spine, stomach and arms remain fit. Along with this, the problem of dizziness also goes away by doing this asana.
Paschimottasana: Connect both the legs to each other by stretching them in front. Slowly leaning forward, without bending your knees, bring your nose to your knees. If possible, try to keep your head close to your knees. This asana not only increases the flexibility of the body, but also controls the speed of the beats.
Dandasana: Lie down on your stomach and keep both hands close to your chest. Now move your body upwards and balance the body with the help of the palm and the lower part of the foot. Holding the breath, stay in this position for 30-40 seconds, then relax.
Shavasana: Lie down on the ground and close your eyes. Leave both the palms open and keep the toes facing outwards. Breathe in and out slowly. Stay in this position for 5 minutes.
Anjali Mudra: Keep both hands folded in the center of the chest and close the eyes and breathe in slowly, hold the breath for a while and then slowly release it. Continue this pattern for a few minutes.
Virabhadrasana: Take one leg backwards, while stretch the other leg at a 90 degree angle. Bring both the hands up and join, just like the shape of a mountain. Then slowly bring both the hands towards the front and stretch the back leg further back. Keep in mind, let the other leg remain in the same position (ie 90 degree angle). Do this asana alternately with both the legs.
Trikonasana: Extend both the legs. Stretch the right leg outwards and while moving the left hand in the upward direction, bend the waist to the right. Staying in this position, keep your right palm close to the ground and simultaneously stretch the left hand upwards. Do this on both sides in turn.