Health Tips: Medicines are not needed to remove acidity, these yogasanas will help you...
Due to poor diet and lifestyle, many problems related to stomach keep coming up these days, especially acidity becomes a big problem. Acidity causes gas in the stomach, bad breath, abdominal pain and burning sensation in the throat. The acid present in the stomach works to digest food. But sometimes this acid becomes more. Due to which the problem of acidity occurs. Many people take medicines to get rid of it, which is not the right way. Rather you need to change your lifestyle. In such a situation, yoga can help you. Today in this episode we are going to tell you about some such yogasanas, whose regular practice will remove the problem of acidity. Let's know about these yogasanas...
To do Kapalbhati Pranayama, sit in Siddhasana, Padmasana or Vajrasana and place your palms on the knees. Holding the knees with the help of your palms, keep the body straight. Now using your full capacity, expand your chest by taking a few deep breaths more than usual. After this, while exhaling with a jerk, pull the stomach inwards. As soon as you release your abdominal muscles, the breath automatically reaches the lungs. The practice of this pranayama greatly benefits the stomach and the excess fat also gets reduced.
To do this asana, first of all, sit straight on the ground and keep both the legs apart and keep them close to each other. Now raise both the hands upwards. During this your waist should remain absolutely straight. Now bend down and hold both the toes of your feet with both hands. Keep in mind that during this your knees should not bend and feet should also be adjacent to the ground.
Triangle pose stimulates bowel movements, regulates the colon, and strengthens the digestive system. To do this, stand up and keep a distance of at least 3 feet between your feet. Extend both your hands to the side and keep them level with the shoulders. While inhaling slowly, lift the left arm up and turn the body to the right, keeping the right hand down, fingers on your toes. Maintain optimum body balance. Take a deep breath during the last position and relax the body as you exhale. Repeat the same on the other side and stay in this position for at least a minute.
To do this asana, sit in the posture of Vajrasana. Now place both your hands on the floor forward. Putting a little weight on both your hands, raise your hips. Straighten your thighs up and make a 90 degree angle at the knees of the feet. Now while inhaling tilt your head back, push your navel from the bottom to the top and raise the tailbone (lower part of the spine). Now while exhaling, tilt your head down and try to touch the chin of your mouth to your chest. Look at the distance between your knees in this position. Now again turn your head backwards and repeat the process. You repeat this action 10-20 times.