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Yoga Poses: Do these 3 yoga poses regularly to control high blood pressure

Yoga Poses: Do these 3 yoga poses regularly to control high blood pressure

Yoga Poses: You can also try some natural ways to control high blood pressure. In such a situation, you can do some yogasanas regularly.

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Uttanasana – Stand on the ground and take a deep breath and bring the hands down. Be careful not to bend the legs at the knees. Raise the hips upwards and the pressure will start coming on the upper thighs. Hold the ankle from the back with the hands. Stay in this posture for a while. After that come back to normal posture. Repeat this three or four times. Uttanasana relieves tension in your back, shoulders and neck. It calms you down and reduces anxiety. Uttanasana also improves blood circulation.

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Downward breathing - Lie on a mat with your face and chest facing the ground.  Place your palms on the ground and press your hands up with your toes and your heels.  Raise your lower body in such a way that your glutes and butt are pulled towards the ceiling.  Try not to bend your knees and stretch your spine.  Align your arms with your ears and tuck your chin towards your chest.  Keeping your spine up, keep your hands and heels firmly on the ground.  Stay in this position for 1 minute and then return to the neutral position.  There are many other physical benefits of this asana as well.  It also works to calm the mind.

Downward breathing – Lie on a mat with your face and chest facing the ground. Place your palms on the ground and press your hands up with your toes and your heels. Raise your lower body in such a way that your glutes and butt are pulled towards the ceiling. Try not to bend your knees and stretch your spine. Align your arms with your ears and tuck your chin towards your chest. Keeping your spine up, keep your hands and heels firmly on the ground. Stay in this position for 1 minute and then return to the neutral position. There are many other physical benefits of this asana as well. It also works to calm the mind.

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Balasana - To do this pose, sit on your shin bones, keep your knees together, your toes touching and heels pointing outwards.  Lean forward at your hips.  Then lower your hips back towards your feet.  Gently place your forehead on the floor, keeping your arms outstretched.  Stay in this position for as long as possible and keep taking deep breaths.  This pose helps in stretching and relaxing the spine, neck, glutes and hamstrings.  It also helps to relieve tension in your lower back and neck.  This asana helps in controlling high blood pressure.

Balasana – To do this pose, sit on your shin bones, keep your knees together, your toes touching and heels pointing outwards. Lean forward at your hips. Then lower your hips back towards your feet. Gently place your forehead on the floor, keeping your arms outstretched. Stay in this position for as long as possible and keep taking deep breaths. This pose helps in stretching and relaxing the spine, neck, glutes and hamstrings. It also helps to relieve tension in your lower back and neck. This asana helps in controlling high blood pressure.

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Shehnaz Ali
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