Most of us love yoga, but some just hesitate to start exercising and start doing yoga poses.
In the last 10 years, yoga has made a blast in exercise studios around the world. It’s not very expensive to pay a monthly salary for practicing yoga, which means you don’t have to take anything away from you to start exercising, get better and healthier.
Many people debate the origins of yoga, and everyone agrees that it was developed in ancient India, and exercises are not only for physical strength but also for spiritual and mental discipline.
Hindu and Buddhist groups have discovered yoga as spiritual meditation and have been using yoga as a form of prayer for many centuries.
Recently, we saw that the Western lifestyle has accepted yoga and has begun to transform into a trend of a money-making exercise
Is Yoga Worth all the Hype?
Numerous studies have tried to determine the physical and mental impact of yoga, keeping in mind that no definitive answer is being revealed, some suggest that yoga can reduce health risk factors and help one’s mental state.
It is true that there are positions from the practice of Asana yoga that can help balance the most important and persistent organs in our bodies: thyroid.
Our thyroid is fundamental to how our incomprehensible frame responds to the external loads that surround us. The thyroid gland determines the impact that harmful synthetics can have on every other organ in our body.
In a world with progressively toxic components, such as industrial chemicals, pesticides and herbicides, toxins in consumer goods, and heavy metals have a harmful effect on the thyroid gland. Instead of correcting these uncertainties with medications recommended by doctors, you can help eliminate thyroid inconsistencies by using these two immediate Asana yoga poses:
1. Sarvanga Asana
Asana means staying calm, and sarvanga Sanskrit means “the whole body.” Sarvangasana is a shoulder remain in which the whole body keeps up a still stance.
This yoga posture is among the best for blood flow in inverted flow and has considered a wonderful guide to thyroid strengthening. Because the body is in a topsy turvy position, the impact of weight on the sensory system in the head and throat creates an effect on the pituitary organ and pineal organs.
Lay down on your back with your legs straight out.
Keep your legs together and gradually lift them up towards the roof.
Putting your palms on your lower back, raise your hips off the ground.
Straighten your legs and keep your elbows on the ground to help your back more easily.
Once in this position, your thyroid gland will squeeze toward the jawline
Keep up a steady and straight vertical line and refrain from moving to the right or left, front or back.
Your body should rest on your shoulders and biceps while breathing consistently and deeply.
2. Matsya Asana
Literally translated means swimming like a fish in flooded water, and this pose is easy to perform and very effective for boosting thyroid function.
Lie on your back or in the dorsal position to be more correct.
Get in the lotus pose by crossing your left leg over the right and vice versa.
Lift your back off the ground and put the top of your head on the ground to make an arch with your back.
Note: Before starting any exercise program, consult your doctor or specialist first.