Health Tips » Yoga Poses To get Relief from Flu
Author: Steve Davis | January 28th, 2018
With the fall of the new season, people suffer from cold and fever; it is nothing but a flu that creates temporary turmoil in the daily life.Of course, during this time you need rest but some gentle yoga practice can give great relief. Yoga heals but it is also a fact that it cannot be substituted for medicine, cure cold or flu symptoms, it controls the fever, sore throat, reduces chill, and give relief from throat congestion, headache, and fatigue.
Hot Yoga gives many more benefits like it loosen the tight muscles and joints, gives relaxation to the mind, helps you to breathe deeply and fully, and increase circulation of the blood.Cobra and Bow pose opens the chest and the lungs and in turn, helps boost the Thymus glands which are located just towards the center of the chest and boost the T-cells in the immune system. If flue is severe, it is best to take a rest for the initial 1 to 3 days. Once you started feeling better, return back to the Yoga teacher training India classes.
Standing poses are more beneficial than inversion poses, as inversion poses can make breathing difficult for the infected persons especially who is suffering from congestion. Even Savasana is best which you do at the end of the yoga session. To do Shavasana you can also place the towel roll from the lower spine to head to open the breathing.
Do these following poses whenever you feel like, but while doing the same listen to your body.And whenever you feel these poses are causing dizziness, making you uncomfortable and nauseated, it is better to skip.
So Here We Go:
Whenever you feel better, get on the mat for Uttasana. Stand up and bend the body forward to touch the toes. The pose provides stretch to the back and hamstrings, reduces anxiety, give relief from a headache and improve digestion.
How to do it?
It is a very calming pose and is also known as seated forward fold. This pose requires considerable amount of flexibility and for many, it might be difficult to touch the foot. This pose balances the liver, kidneys, ovaries, and uterus and can cure the person of many diseases and of course reduces the symptom of the flue.
How to do it?
This pose opens the chest and increases circulation of the upper torso. It is a versatile back bend pose, depending on the level you would like to achieve. It is also a very cool and calming pose.
Summary: The article above is about the Yoga Poses which we can do to get relief from the symptoms of the flu and feel rejuvenated and energized again.
Author Bio:- Born with a compassionate heart, Steve is a leading writer and a yoga fanatic from India. An avid traveler, he has visited the recesses of his motherland, only to come back with intricate information about ancient practices, which he shares through his writing. He is actively involved in yoga and run yoga school. To know more about him, visit: https://www.shaktiyogapeeth.com/