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Yoga for Joint Pain
Joint pain is a universal problem that may differ from a minor uneasiness to a disabling continual problem disturbing the life style to a great extent. Joint pain influences many of us. Joint pain is either because of irritation and swelling or as a result of steady deterioration. Some other causes of joint pain include spicy or oily food, inactive lifestyle that makes the joint muscles loose and thus overloads the joints, incorrect exercise, fatness that places irregular and excessive burden on joints, and bad posture and tedious action. The slow and controlled movement of joints is useful for joint pain sufferer. It recovers the blood flow in joints; eliminate surplus toxins and other waste products. Yoga surely helps in Joint pain. Easy asanas and techniques help in increase of blood circulation in the joints.
The Yogasanas like Tadasana (Shoulder stand), Trikonasana (Triangle Pose), Veerasana (Hero Pose), Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose), Makrasana (Fish Pose), and Vrikshasana (Tree Pose) are very useful in treatment of joint pain.
Shoulder stand (Tadasana):
- Stand straight.
- Grip your feet tightly on the floor.
- Make your back straight.
- Breathe gradually and calmly.
- Inhale and exhale as it calm down your body.
- Be in this position for sometime
Triangle Pose (Trikonasana):
- Stand straight.
- Stretch your legs.
- Try to balance your body in this position.
- Gradually contact your one hand on the floor.
- Take the second hand upward in the air.
- Stay in this pose for sometime.
Hero Pose (Veerasana):
- Start with the cat posture with both your knees and the hands on the floor.
- Slowly sit backside with your legs folded inside.
- Take your hands back and remain them folded close to the stomach.
- Inhale intensely and exhale gradually.
- Relax and free from the pose