Meditation is also very useful for anger management. Antar Mouna or inner meditation silence is a form of meditation that can be used to calm the mind. Once we are able to master the art of meditation, our body and mind are in perfect harmony.
The Sarvang or Asana shoulder help increase blood flow to the upper body, especially in the neck, shoulders and head. This makes it an effective asanas to reduce stress and eliminate feelings of anger. To perform this asana you need to lie on the floor with your legs together and your arms leaning against your body. Gradually, you have to lift your legs up above you. Then, slowly raise your hips well and enjoy lifting them as high as possible to support your hips with your hands. Try to keep your legs as upright as possible and the shoulders leaning against the body.
The Ardha Dhanur Asana or the Half Pose of the curve extends all over the body and provides a feeling of relaxation. To perform this asana yoga you need to lie on your belly down. Keep your legs together. Put your chin on the floor and look forward. Put your right arm in front of you on the floor. Slowly bend the left knee and with the left hand holding the ankle of the left leg. Slowly raise your left thigh as high as possible. You will find that your head starts to lift as your body gets longer.
The padmasan gupta or hidden lotus pose is great for relaxing. To run the padmasana Gupta is necessary before entering padmasana or lotus raises. Once you are comfortably positioned in Padmasana, you have to get up with the help of arms and hands. In this position, your weight will drop to your knees. Once done you need to bend the body forward and put the chin on the floor. Your arms should be behind your back with your palms touching a “prayer” posture. Place your hands as high as possible around you. Some people may even touch the back of their head with their fingers.
Savasana or pose of the corpse as the name suggests, requires that you be as still as a corpse. You need to clear your mind of all thoughts and you need to breathe deeply. However, trying to be calm this can be quite a difficult task for a lot of people. However, if this asana is performed properly and regularly, it gives you a deep feeling of relaxation. You need to lie down on your back. Keep legs slightly apart, arms at side of body with palms facing the sky. The eyes should be closed and the facial muscles should be completely relaxed. You can self-direct it to gradually relax the body from head to toe. Start from the top of the head and slowly go down to the tip of your toes. All muscles of the body must be relaxed.
Whatever the position of yoga is a race, it is important to exercise caution. Mistakenly performing an asana can only lead to an injury. It is also important to follow the right breathing pattern while performing asanas. To begin with, he should be sought the guidance of a yoga specialist. So, with eventual mastery of asanas, they can only be executed. Regular practice of these yoga postures and, in general, helps calm the mind and body and therefore helps us de-stress and stay focused. In addition to yoga postures, pranayama or deep breathing yoga techniques can also be included in your daily exercise regimen. It is said that counting one to ten when you are angry helps to decrease anger, or at least help avoid destructive behaviors because of anger. Similarly, the practice of deep breathing or pranayama brings peace of mind and inner tranquility. Pranayam Sheetali is a breathing technique to calm the mind.
Yoga postures to control anxiety
It helps to promote balance between the poles of the body as well as to restore health . It calms the mind above all else .
Sit with the spine aligned. With your right hand accommodate your index finger and middle finger at the point between the eyebrows.Closing the left nostril with the ring finger, inhale through the right nostril. With your lungs full of air, close both nostrils, hold your breath for a comfortable period of time for you. Then release the air through the left nostril, closing the right nostril with your thumb. Inhale again through the left nostril, holding your breath. Release from the right and continue breathing naturally and alternating the nostrils at the time of letting the air out. Do this for a while, between 10 breaths. Pregnant women should not hold back the air.
Vrikshasana (tree stance)
Let’s get the balance with this posture. Fixing the gaze at one point helps maintain balance as in mindfulness meditation .
Stand with your arms at your sides and transfer the weight to your left leg and with your hand, bring your right foot to support your left thigh and stay as high as possible. Now, clasp your hands in front of your chest, lifting them together above your head. Insist to maintain stability, persist serenely. When you get tired, change your leg. If you can not place the foot in the described position, make an adaptation, for example, by supporting the sole of the foot in the inner thigh or below the knee.
Helps tone the back muscles , enhances joy and relieves tension .
Join your feet, lift your arms, interlace your fingers, tilt your body to the right side, return to the center, and make the same movement to the other side.
Darmikhasana (folded sheet)
It has a calming effect , improves the quality of sleep , relaxes and lengthens the neck that is usually tense, very tense, in those who are anxious. Kneel on the floor, place the top of the head on the floor, leaving the hips high and arms loose, loose, back. Then sit on your heels and let your forehead touch the ground, relaxing while breathing gently.