Yoga exercises to reduce stress and cholesterol levels

Yoga exercises to reduce stress and cholesterol levels

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A) Breathing correctly is the key to controlling high cholesterol. Most people make mistakes in the breathing process when they breathe in and retract their abdomen and when they breathe out and pull it out. The correct technique for breathing is: when you inhale, pull your abdomen out, when you breathe out, pull it in. This process should be done as slow as possible. Try to follow this pattern always.

B) The Bhastrika technique for fast and deep breathing helps to inhale more oxygen and improves the correct functioning of our body cells. According to Acharya Keshav Dev, the regular practice of Pranayama helps to eliminate fat from the body, decreases the total amount of cholesterol and increases HDL cholesterol, which prevents the formation of cholesterol acid deposits and improves the body, consumes fat in excess and makes the body lighter.

Inhale in the open air.

Begin by inhaling and exhaling through your nose rapidly for half a minute, relax for a few seconds, and repeat.

In this kriya, there is no restriction of breath.

This kriya can be repeated 7 to 8 times but must be done before eating.

C) Pranayama Shitli Kumbhak. It also has the potential to lower cholesterol and improve blood circulation, purify the blood and reduce toxins.

For this pranayama, bend your tongue so that it protrudes slightly from your mouth.

Inhale slowly through your mouth. As you do this, you should feel a coolness on your neck.

Swallow the air and keep it inside your stomach.

After holding the air for a few seconds, breathe out through your nose. Repeat this process 8-10 times before eating.

D) Try meditation therapy. Sit on a comfortable asan or lie down on a Shavasan. Relax your whole body, part by part, very slowly, from your toes to your head. This relaxation will give a feeling of pleasure to your mind and your entire body.

Try to keep both hands on Mritsanjavini Mudra.

As long as the body is relaxed, breathing will slow down.

Now, transfer all your awareness to your breaths. Try to focus on the breathing procedure. Don't try to control it, just feel it. Try to visualize the breaths and how the air is moving in and out of your body.

Focus on the Heart Chakra and meditate on the green color in the center of the chest region.

Take a deep breath and start chanting the beej Mantra YANG and feel the vibration of this beej mantra in your chest region, over and over again. Continue to focus your awareness on the Anahat Chakra (Heart Chakra) for five minutes or as long as you like.

As the body relaxes, breathing will slow down. Simultaneously the mind will also reach the level of peace and calm. Stay in this condition for as long as you want.

After a while, when you want to go back, regain awareness of your body, step by step. First, regain awareness of your breathing and then of the parts of your body from the toes, slowly. Finally, slowly open your eyes and with slow movements of the parts of your body return to the normal position.

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