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Yoga for Rheumatoid Arthritis
Arthritis simply means joint disorder. There are many forms of Arthritis and most common form of arthritis is Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). RA is a never-ending, autoimmune disorder in which the body's immune system start attacking strong tissue coated the joints that leads to pain, distortion and disability that may be unending. Rheumatoid Arthritis is the result of surplus uric acid that gets collected in the joints. Basically uric acid levels are higher only for those who drink too much alcohol, because alcohols obstruct the process of removing excess uric acid. You can correlate Rheumatoid Arthritis with poor bone and muscle health, unequal body weight, and damaging lifestyle.
By practicing yoga, these characteristics of an RA can be significantly changed into the better. Yoga Poses will, positively helps in strengthening of joints and that is important for prevention and dealing with rheumatoid arthritis. Yoga asanas makes your joints functionality normal, so that risk of stiffness is reduces. With its asset of balance, Yoga practice is beneficial in regulation uric acid level in the body.
Asanas for Rheumatoid arthritis
Single leg rises:
In this exercise, one leg is lifted upward while the other one resides on the ground. This asana is executed in order to ready the body for other movements or exercises. It benefits the legs, lower back muscles, and abdominal area.
Standing side stretch pose:
The Standing Side Stretch is one more Yoga asana with two lines of energy glowing outside from your centre. This is a very easy yoga asana in which one line of energy arrived at upward from the belly and external from the arms, and other line travels down through the legs.
Rheumatoid Arthritis and OsteoArthritis can also affect wrist. So wrist stretching and bending exercise is beneficial.
Continuous strain or sprain in the ankles can show the occurrence of Ankle Arthritis. Manage stress and keep your ankles in good condition by doing the Ankle Bending Exercise.