Health: If you want to get relief in the problem of neck pain, then include these yogasanas in the routine..


Today's lifestyle has become such that people do laptop or desk jobs for many hours without moving. Because of this, one has to constantly stare at the screen. In such a situation, people have to face many types of physical problems, one of which is the problem of neck pain. This is very common and it can happen for many other reasons as well. If it is not treated in time, then this pain can easily spread to the growing shoulders and back. If you want to get rid of this neck pain from the root, then you need to take the help of yoga asanas. Practicing yoga is an excellent way to get rid of neck pain. Here we are going to tell you about some yogasanas which will give relief in neck pain. Let's know about them...


# Marjari posture
To practice this, first of all sit on the mat on the knees and hands. Pull the waist outwards. During this you will feel a stretch in your back. While inhaling, move the head upwards, towards the ceiling. After that, release the waist a little and bring the head towards the chest. Practice these two postures for about 30 seconds. If you have problems related to back or neck, then you should refrain from practicing this asana.

# Sansangasana
For the exercise, first of all, get down on your knees. Bringing the hands from both sides, hold the heels. Slowly bend the body and bring the head forward. Keep bending until the head touches the ground near your knees. Lift the body up with support from your heels. Bend the spine and press the head against the knees. Stay in this position for 3-5 breaths. Slowly return to the first position. Repeat two to three times.


# Viparita Karani Asana
To practice this asana, first of all lie down on your back. Now, raise your legs straight up. Feet are parallel to the ceiling and your feet are touching the wall. Rest with your arms beside the body with palms facing up. Take long deep breaths. Bringing the knees first, slowly come down. Then turn to your left and sit down slowly.

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