Heart patients should avoid these yoga asanas, the risk of heart disease may increase

Problems related to the digestive system like acidity and gastric problems can be reduced by doing meditation and yoga.

Bhoomi Goyal
Published on: 5 May 2024 10:37 AM GMT
Heart patients should avoid these yoga asanas, the risk of heart disease may increase
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Doing yoga can help in improving mental health, reducing body inflammation and anxiety, boosting immunity, increasing balance and reducing weight. Problems related to the digestive system like acidity and gastric problems can be reduced by doing meditation and yoga. But if you are a heart patient then you should avoid doing some yoga asanas, otherwise the risks related to the heart may increase.

Which yoga asanas should a heart patient not do?

Halasana - Heart patients should not do Halasana, because it puts extra pressure on your heart. This creates reverse flow of blood circulation, which can be harmful for the heart.

Chakrasana – This asana makes your body flexible but it is not good for heart patients. This also has adverse effects on the heart. This increases the risk of other heart related problems.

Sarvangasana – This asana is not good for heart patients. This also puts pressure on your heart, which creates a risk of heart attack.

Shirshasana – This asana is also not good for your heart health. Due to this your blood pressure increases rapidly. This can cause blood to accumulate in the head.-*

Kapalbhati – This asana is also not good for heart patients. Practice of Kapalbhati can be harmful for heart patients. This also increases the risk of blood pressure.

Bhoomi Goyal

Bhoomi Goyal

English Content Writer in Newstrack from Jaipur, Rajasthan. (Education, Business, Technology, Political, Sports, Lifestyle, Crime and Webstories)

My self Bhoomi Goyal from Jaipur, Rajasthan. I have passed my Master's in Journalism and Mass Communication this year. I worked in Rajasthan Patrika for six months as an intern. I am working here from June 1st. I passed my graduation in BCA from Rajasthan University and master's in journalism and mass communication from Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur.

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