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Yoga is a body movement practices which we got as a gift from our ancestors from ancient India. The word “Yoga” means unity and yoga practices came from the Indian ancient Hindu scripts like Vedas. In ancient times people use to do exercise to keep their body fit and maintain balance, flexibility, and strength. In every yogasana your body parts and muscles stretch which brings you a benefit of tissue repairs, burning of extra fats, increase in strength and stamina level and concentration which is scientifically true. There are thousands of yoga poses but here are some yogasanas explained, which you should include in your daily routine. Spare few minutes on yoga every day and get a healthy life.

 1.Tadasana 

This asana teaches us to focus and concentrate. The meaning of tadasana is to stand like a steady mountain. Perform this asana when your belly is empty. Have your meals at least before 6 hours. The best time to do this exercise is in the morning.

2. Simhasana

The name simhasana is derived from two Sanskrit words which are Simha means lion and asana mean posture. In this asana, your body and face should resemble like a lion. This asana is to reduce fats from the face and stop the dropping of the throat muscles with age.

3. Vasisthasana

This asana is also known as side plank poses. This exercise strengthens your arms and wrist. This asana requires a great balance and help to reduce the belly fat from your body. Vasisthasana stretches the back of legs and makes leg muscles strong and flexible.

4. Naukasana

The word Naukasana is derived from two Sanskrit words “Nauka” which means “boat” and meaning of Asana is “Posture”. So this asana is called as Naukasana. This yogasana is beneficial in many physical disorders and helps to strengthen the lungs, liver, and pancreas. Do not perform this asana if you have low blood pressure, severe headache, migraine.

 

5. Matsyasana

The Matsya means fish and the asana means posture, combined to make this a yoga posture called matsyasana. This posture stretches the chest and neck areas and releases tension in the shoulders and neck, therefore, its very beneficial for respiratory problems, pituitary, parathyroid, and pineal glands. It is especially helpful for Constipation, Respiratory ailments, Mild backache, Fatigue, Anxiety, Menstrual pain.

 

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