Hormonal imbalances can manifest as several health problems. These hormones are important for different bodily functions such as energy levels, metabolism, sexual function, mood, growth, etc. But when these hormones are out of balance, these functions can go in the wrong directions and present many symptoms. At this time, it is always advisable to consult your doctor. But along with that, you can also practice these yoga asanas to improve your hormonal imbalances. So, on this World Yoga Day, make a commitment to perform these yoga asanas regularly for optimal health and to keep your hormones in balance.
Bhujangasana or cobra pose
Regular practice of this yoga asana can:
Strengthens the spine.
Stretch the chest, lungs, shoulders, abdomen.
Relieve stress and fatigue.
Stimulate the abdominal organs.
Good for hormonal imbalances.
Follow the video below for how to perform this yoga pose
Setu bandhasana or bridge pose
The health benefits of the bridge laying are as follows:
Stretches the chest, spine, neck.
Calms stress and improves symptoms of mild depression.
Relieves symptoms of menopause.
Relieves menstrual discomfort.
Here is how to perform this yoga pose.
Malasana or garland pose
The garland pose helps:
Stretch your thighs, groin, hips, ankles, and torso.
Tones the abdominal muscles.
Increases blood circulation in the pelvis, thus improving sexual energy.
Improves focus and concentration.
Watch the video below to perform the yoga asanas.
How are these yoga poses good for improving hormonal imbalances?
1-These yoga asanas provide optimal health and maintain all the functions of our body, therefore, the distribution of all the important hormones in our body is maintained.
2-Yoga pays special attention to our breathing technique which is very beneficial for the hormones of the endocrine system.
3-As it is already mentioned against each point, that yoga relieves stress and fatigue. And these two are the key factors in hormonal imbalances. So when the yoga poses mentioned above are practiced regularly in the right way, it can benefit you with healthy hormonal balances calming stress and exhaustion.
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