These Yoga poses are effective in controlling you neck issues

These Yoga poses are effective in controlling you neck issues
These Yoga poses are effective in controlling you neck issues

People are experiencing an alarming increase in illnesses of the neck and spine. The muscles in our bodies naturally deteriorate as we age. We need to maintain our vitality and activity far into our later years with the right care, nutrition, exercise, yoga and rest. We rarely use the full range of motion that our bodies are capable of. Physical inactivity causes widespread issues including cervical spondylitis and other conditions.

These neck and spine conditions are primarily brought on by bad lifestyle choices. This includes bad posture, inactivity, prolonged periods of inactivity, slouching or hunching when using a phone, etc. One of the main causes of stiffness in the neck and spine regions can be poor posture. Yoga is a holistic science created to help us in many areas of our lives to battle this. Yoga asanas, pranayama, meditation, mudras, and other yogic practices help the practitioner’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.”

Try these yoga asanas for relief from cervical pain:

1.Marjariasana:-

Urdhva Mukhi Marjari Asana
Get down on your knees, place palms under shoulders and knees under hips
Inhale, curve your spine to look up

Adho Mukhi Marjari Asana
Exhale, curve your spine to form an arch of the back and allow your neck to drop down
Focus your gaze down

Marjariasana
Marjariasana

2.Ustrasana:-

Hastha Uthanasana
Stand with your feet under your hips and raise both arms up. Do this as you inhale, then bend back with your arms extended. Keep your eyes open, and align your head in between your arms. Avoid bending the knees. Start with 30 degrees and slowly increase along with Sukshma Vyayam.

Ustrasana
Ustrasana

3.Tadasana:-

Vajrasana-Savithriasana:-

Bring your knees on the floor and rescue pelvis on your skills to sit in vajrasana. From vajrasana lift your pelvis of the heels, straighten your back and lift both hands up looking up between your Palms. Repeat this movement a few times lifting up from vajrasana to savitri looking up and sitting back in vajrasana.

Tadasana
Tadasana

4.Balasana (Child’s Pose):-

Formation of the posture
• Slowly bend your knees.
• Lean forward while sitting on your heels.
• Extend your hands, then put them on the floor.
• Try to lower your forehead if you can.
• If necessary, you can utilize a block.

Sukhasana – Happy Pose
Formation of the posture
• Sit up straight with your legs out in front of you.
• Layer your legs in a cross-legged position.
• Maintain your palms facing up or down on your knees.
The back should be straight.

Balasana
Balasana

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