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What if YOGA improved your health? Would you still sit & think or start doing?

Since years, yoga has been more than just a method of teaching ; it is a way of living life. You dedicate your lifestyle and culture that has surpassed meditation techniques and includes eating habits, bathing habits, social interaction and work. It’s philosophy has been rooted in culture of health and well being and this explains why many people across the globe now practice this ancient tradition.

What if YOGA improved your health Would you still sit & think or start doing

Every yoga pose (asana) has a different name and with respect to it you can perform it. There are many benefits which are associated with yoga. Let’s find out some of them :-

Reduces Stress Levels

There are specific method techniques, which focus on the mind to avoid the constant babbling going on in the brain. This will relax you and relieves stress levels. Practicing these techniques boosts oxygen levels to the brain, elevating your mood throughout the day.

Helps You Lose Weight

The biggest worrisome of the 21st century is how will I lose weight ? Being overweight is a serious concern, since our lifestyles are changing and can harm the body in the long run. Practicing basic techniques such as Surya Namaskar, the warrior pose or Veerabhadrasana, Triangular pose or Trikonasana and Upward plank or Purvottanasana helps in weight loss.

Lowers Blood Pressures & boosts breathing

Practicing yoga on a daily basis, your stamina will increase a result of the deep breathing process. This will enhance your performance in any physical activity which you enjoy.  Further, mediation and yoga poses help the cardiovascular system by slowing the heart rate, reducing blood pressure and lowering bad cholesterol in the body.

Improves your posture

By practicing yoga you maintain a healthy weight, become more flexible and energetic throughout the day. The biggest benefit you will notice is that your posture will be revamped. The abdominal and back muscles can now fully support your weight which will prevent you from any pains, aches or injuries.

So this 21st June celebrate International Yoga Day by trying out some of the yoga poses.