Published - Tue, 12 Apr 2022
In today's fast-paced lifestyle, most people prefer to eat fast food. A hectic, busy schedule and work pressure do not allow people to do any exercise and yoga. The increasing stress and poor lifestyle choices impact the physical and mental well-being of an individual. People face so many health issues such as diabetes, obesity, hypertension, etc. If you are suffering from diabetes or pre-diabetes, this is the time to take control and make changes in your lifestyle to control blood sugar. We proposed a few yoga poses and exercises which are useful and help you to control your diabetes. Best Yoga And Excercise For Diabetes Patients Before knowing the yoga asanas which will be helpful to control the sugar and progression of diabetes. Certain factors that may increase the development of diabetes include: 1. Unhealthy diet patterns 2. Lack of physical exercises 3. Psychological stress Lifestyle modification that includes a balanced diet along with physical activity keeps a check on the progression of the disease and reduces stress.
The best yoga asanas for controlling sugar in diabetes are:
1. Dhanurasana (BOW POSE): This pose is very helpful in strengthening and regulating the pancreas. That means this pose is helpful for people with diabetes. Moreover, it boosts digestion, prevents stomach cramps, and strengthens abdomen muscles.
2. Balasana (child pose): This pose includes the use of rotator muscles, spinal extensors, hamstrings. It is also beneficial in relieving stress, fatigue, and neck pain. It also makes you relax and helps in increasing the production of insulin-producing beta cells.
3. Bhujangasana (upward-facing dog pose): Your spinal extensor, triceps brachii, and quadriceps muscles work together in this pose. It improves blood circulation, increases energy levels, and improves insulin sensitivity.
4. Shavasana (Corpse pose): It is eventually the resting pose. It makes your body cool
and calms down your mind. It makes your mind process the workout and gives its
benefits to your body. Make sure to do this pose at end of the yoga session.
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