International Yoga Day 2023: Whether it’s bloating, indigestion, constipation, or diarrhea, gut problems can have a significant impact on overall health. However, constantly relying on medication can be detrimental to our well-being and experts often warn about their potential to weaken the body. So, what’s a better alternative to improve gut health?
The answer lies in the ancient practice of yoga, which has been used for centuries to address various health issues, including gut problems. There are specific yoga asanas that can effectively improve gut issues. Here are some yoga asanas that you can try at home:
Lie on your back and bring one knee to your chest at a time, compressing your abdomen. This pose can reduce bloating, alleviate gastric issues, and improve digestive health.
This pose is a great stretch for the entire body, including the digestive organs. It can help with constipation and indigestion problems.
Practicing this pose can massage your abdominal organs and stimulate digestion.
- Supta Matsyendrasana:
Lie down on your back and do twists with one knee bent and crossed over the other leg. This asana promotes digestion and improves circulation to the digestive organs.
By engaging the core muscles, this asana improves the digestive process, boosts metabolism, and has a positive impact on the overall digestive system.
- Setu Bandhasana:
This asana activates the digestive system and improves circulation. It is particularly beneficial for relieving constipation.
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