Lethargy, low energy, stiff muscles, and painful joints are common during this phase of the changing seasons. Therefore, incorporating easy, healthy yoga poses into daily life will not only help you with increasing your immunity and energy but will also improve your mood. It will also give your body the strength to fight off different seasonal illnesses.
Winters are officially here and while we expect the usual congestion in the chest, sore throat, runny nose, hot eyes, dry skin, and bodily aches, it is nevertheless delightful. A new season's arrival may, however, have even more detrimental impacts. The internal clock of the body can be disrupted by weather changes over the seasons, which can result in illnesses including insomnia, indigestion, weight gain, anxiety, and cardiac or coronary issues.
Surya Namaskar is an elegant set of twelve yoga poses that are done in unison. This set of poses is intended to help your body, mind, and breath all function in unison. When done in the morning, it serves to reenergise the body and mind, leaving one feeling energised for the rest of the day. When done in the evening, the exercise also promotes relaxation. The positions in the sequence emphasize controlled breathing, spinal exercise, as well as energizing and calming poses, providing numerous health advantages.
According to the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, nauli energizes digestive fire and eliminates toxins, indigestion, and constipation. It is regarded as a Shat Karma, an internal cleansing that helps get rid of extra phlegm, mucus, or fat. With enormous force shift, the stomach and intestines from one side to the other was performed by Nauli. Additionally, it raises bodily fire and eradicates all ailments and massages the internal organs, and tones the abdominal muscles.
The body is stimulated, cleaned, and heated by kapalbhati. It accelerates heartbeats, which enhances blood flow and oxygen levels. It improves lung capacity and function while eliminating any congestion from the nasal passages. While giving the internal abdominal organs good stimulation, it aids in abdominal muscle toning.
Ustrasana, often known as the camel posture, is an intermediate-level backbend asana. Ustrasana is a simple yoga stance to perform, but there are a few details that must be examined to ensure that it is done correctly. The goal of ustrasana is to activate the heart chakra or Anahata. People who desire to increase their strength and flexibility can benefit from it. Ustrasana is beneficial for people with poor digestion as well.