Health Tips! Do these Yoga Asanas for better immunity in winter season
Yoga strengthens your respiratory system. Can boost immunity and reduce the risk of falling ill.
New Delhi: Yoga strengthens your respiratory system. Can boost immunity and reduce the risk of falling ill. Let us know which yogasanas you can do to increase immunity in winter.
Setu Bandhasana( Bridge Pose):
Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet firmly on the ground. Keep your feet hip-width apart.
Place your hands on the sides of your body, palms facing down. Press the feet into the floor, inhale and slowly lift your hips and spine off the floor. Stay in this position for 4-8 breaths and then return to the normal position.
Bhujangasana ( Cobra Pose):
Lie on your stomach, keep your feet close to each other, hands by your side and forehead on the ground.
Keeping your elbows close to the body, bring your hands under your shoulders. While inhaling, slowly raise the upper half of your body. Stay in this posture for some time and then come back to normal position.
Balasana (Child Pose):
Keep your toes on the ground together and knees apart from each other.
Exhale and lower your torso to make your stomach rest on your thighs. Simultaneously spread the hands upwards. Your stomach should rest on your thighs, your head should touch the mat. Hold for a few seconds and come back to the starting position.
Dhanurasana (Bow Pose):
Lie down on your stomach. Keep your feet hip-width apart and arms at your sides. Bend your knees upward and bring your heels towards your butt. Hold the ankles of both the feet with the hands.
While inhaling, lift your chest and legs off the ground. Keep your face straight and stretch your legs as far as possible. Hold for 4-5 breaths and then come back to the starting position.
Shavasana (Corpse Pose):
Lie down comfortably on your back with your hands and feet on your side.
Close your eyes and inhale and exhale slowly through your nostrils. Stay in this posture for 10 minutes.
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