by The Welthi Bureau | 17 NOV 2017
It is learnt that almost every third Indian suffers from one or the other kind of Thyroid disorders. Thyroid therefore is one of the main factors which often cause weight gain and hormonal imbalances. Most commonly, this condition is more prevalent in women than men. There are mainly two types of thyroid - Hypothyroidism (caused by not having sufficient thyroid hormones) and Hyperthyroidism (caused by having excessive thyroid hormones). One of the main causes of this disorder is believed to be the inordinate stress most of us take in our daily lives today.
Yoga is one of the oldest healing techniques known for its therapeutic properties for controlling diabetes, hypertension, back pains etc along with countless disorders in the human body. The various stretching, twisting, Anchorand compressing yoga asanas massage the thyroid gland and instruct the body to release thyroxin thereby helping in bringing back a healthy metabolism in the body. Yoga and meditation can be a major contributor to thyroid but it can be managed by indulging in peaceful yoga sessions every morning. It’s always good to consult a physician before you start practicing yoga to check which kind of thyroid you are suffering from. However Yoga asanas are comparatively less intense exercises which can help in maintaining good health.
Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand Pose)
Sarvangasana helps in stimulating thyroid glands and controls thyroxin. This asana elevates the blood flow from the legs to the head region, which helps in mitigating thyroid.
Halasana (Plough Pose)
Halasana gives compression to the neck, stimulates the abdominal and thyroid glands. It helps to calm the brain and reduces stress and fatigue. The pose itself resembles the Indian plough and it is called as Halasana.
Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
Matsyasana stretches your neck and stimulates the thyroid glands. It provides gentle healing suited to the needs of thyroid patients, helps lower stress levels and reduces the stiffness of muscles and joints. It helps in relaxing the body and preventing mood swings and depression caused by thyroid.
Setubandhasana (Bridge Pose)
Setubandhasana helps in stretching and thereby activates the thyroid gland. It helps in calming the brain, reducing anxiety and improving the digestion system.
Sirshasana (Headstand Pose)
The king of Asanas, helps in managing acts directly on the thyroid glands. It helps in balancing the metabolic functions and brings wakefulness and alertness in the body.
Pindasana helps to relax back and neck muscles. This will help to stimulate the thyroid gland, all abdominal organs and the kidneys. Helps to regulate breath .
Ujjayi pranayam will boost concentration. It helps to generate internal heat and enhances the positive attitude. It has many more benefits like, it prevents thyroid, lowers risk of heart attack etc.
KIMS doctors save life of the farmer in a 16...
SISA performs advance Knee preservation to ...
‘Swachh Gandhi’ Campaign creates awareness ...
Columbia Asia Doctors save Boy who swallowed ...
KIMS conducts Pacemaker Symposium 2018
STAR hospital helps Man lose 125kgs with ...
Apollo Cardiologists demonstrate ‘CTO PCI’ ...
SuVitas Launches Bangalore’s First Dedicated ...
Save your doctor to save humanity
Itermittent Fasting: The How s and Why's
Our responsibility to our emotions
Stop drowsing while driving