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Wednesday, 13 June 2018

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How to do Bhujangasana

How to do Bhujangasana



Bhujangasan seems to be like a snake, so the name of this seat is Bhujangasan. Bhujangasan is an important feature of Suryanamaskar and Padma Sadhan which is very beneficial for our body. It makes the muscles of the chest and waist flexible and removes any tension in the waist. Surely, Bhujangasan will prove very beneficial for those related to the spinal cord. In women it helps in controlling blood vessels in the uterus. A patient related to kidney or any problem related to the stomach, this easy posture is a solution to all the problems.

How to do Bhujangasan
Lay on the floor on the ground, keep the pedestal and the head straight on the ground.
Keep feet straight, keep legs and ankles together.
Both hands should keep both ends of the shoulders below and keep the two ankles close to the body and parallel.
Taking a long breath, gently raise the head, then the chest and later the stomach. Keep the navel on the floor.
Now, lifting the body up, pulling the back of the waist, using both hands.
Observe: Maintain uniform weight on both sides.
By breathing consciously, straighten both hands together by turning the joint of the vertebrae more slowly; Raise the neck and look upwards.
Observe: Are your hands away from the ears? Keep your shoulders relaxed. If necessary, you can turn to the elbows. As you leave exercises, keeping the elbows straight, you can learn to give more curvature to the back.
Keep in mind that your feet are still straight. Keep a little smile, keep on taking a long breath, smiling begging
Stretching your body according to your schedule, turning too much can be a loss.
First of all, leaving the breath, take back the stomach, then the chest and later the head back slowly.
Benefits of Bhujangasan. Benefits of Bhujangasana
Relieves the shoulders and neck from stress.
Strengthen the stomach muscles
Strengthening the entire back and shoulders.
Making the spinal cord and the medial part more flexible.
Getting rid of fatigue and stress
Highly beneficial for asthma and other respiratory disorders (do not use this asana when asthma attack is present).

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