Asthma is a serious disease and is generally difficult to treat permanently. In such a situation, it is very important for asthma patients to take care of some things. Just like recognizing the symptoms of asthma first, its three main symptoms are excessive phlegm in the lungs, narrowing of the windpipe and its surrounding muscles, and swelling of the windpipe. Today we are telling you some yoga asanas and their method that help in keeping this disease under control.
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Sit on a flat ground in the position of Padmasana, Sukhasana or Vakrasana. Now keep your body and spine straight. After this, draw the breath inwards until the air is filled in the lungs. Then hold the air in the body for some time. Now closing the right nostril, exhale through the left nostril. Make a slight snoring sound by contracting the throat while inhaling and exhaling the air. This pranayama can be done for 2 to 3 minutes in the beginning and 10 minutes after the practice. Do this asana anytime but to get more benefits it is best to do it on an empty stomach in the morning.
First of all, while sitting in Padmasana, lie down with the elbows bent behind, taking support from the hands. Keeping the palms behind the shoulders, taking support from them, bend the neck as far back as you can. The back and chest should be raised and the knees should be on the ground. Now hold the toes with the hands and keep the elbows on the ground. Breathe in and then slowly exhale as you started, come back to the same position and lie down in the shavasana.
First of all lie down on your back straight. Then slowly raise your legs at 90 degrees and try to bring the head towards your feet. Keep the chin close to the chest. Try to maintain the posture for 30 seconds or more and then slowly return to the normal position. Repeat this process 5 times.
Simhasana for Asthma
First of all, sit on it by mixing the toes of your feet together. Now place the right hand on the right knee and the left hand on the left knee. Take a long breath, then exhale through the mouth. Now bend the neck in front and put the chin under the neck, if you have neck pain, do not do this. Do the inhalation and exhalation two to five times. Keep both the eyes in such a way that the eye is between the two eyebrows. After this, open your mouth and take out the tongue in the same state. In this posture, the spine should be kept straight.
Yoga posture for Asthma
Sit in Padmasana, after that take both the hands back and hold the wrist of the left hand with the right hand. Now take long and deep breaths. While relaxing the body, slowly exhale while keeping the torso on the left thigh. After staying in this position for some time, come back to the previous position. Now bend forward and repeat the same action. This time both the forehead and nose should touch the ground. Come back to normalcy. Now again keeping the torso on the right thigh, repeat the same action.
Standing straight, keep both your toes together and put the entire weight on both the feet equally, inflating your chest and keeping the shoulders loose, while inhaling, raise both the hands from the side and while exhaling, join the palms to the chest. Bring the front in Pranaam posture, now while inhaling, raise the hands up and move them back and keep the biceps of the arms near the ears, in this asana, the whole body from the ankles to the fingers of the hands is to be pulled upwards. Try, after this, while exhaling and keeping the spine straight, bend forward from the waist and while exhaling completely, keep both the hands on the ground near the toes, while inhaling move the right leg back as far as possible and bring the right knee. You can keep it on the ground, while looking up, take a breath and take the left leg back and keep the whole body in a straight line. I slowly bring both the knees to the ground and exhale.
Now lift your hips back upwards. Moving the whole body forward, touch the chest and chin to the ground. While sliding forward, lift the chest in the position of Bhujangasana. While exhaling, lift the hips and the lower part of the spine and bend the chest down to come in the shape of an inverted V. Now while breathing take the right leg between both the hands, keep the left knee on the ground. Exhale while looking up and bring the left leg forward. Now keep the palms on the ground and while breathing slowly bring the spine up, move the hands up and back, push the hips forward. While exhaling, straighten the body first and then bring the hands down.
Kapalbhati for Asthma
Sit on your heels and leave the stomach loose. Breathe out rapidly and pull the stomach inwards. Maintain a balance between exhaling and deflating the belly like a bellows. Initially do this action ten times and gradually increase to 60. You can take a rest in between.