Asanas for a healthy heart
The busy schedule, the “pressure” of the megalopolis, depression and stress make us turn to asanas for a healthy heart. Do not forget also about the timely rest, food and communication.
Yoga works closely with your heart, toning and relaxing it.
There are five asanas for a healthy heart:
– Feet together;
– Inhale, raise your hands and connect them in front of you in the position of “prayer”;
– Stand on your toes, close your eyes;
– Slowly exhale;
– Return the body to its original position. Tadasana, as a rule, takes about a minute.
2. Vrikshasana for a healthy heart
– Stand on the floor, place your hands in front of you and connect them in the “prayer” position;
– Point your hands above your head, bend your left knee;
– Connect the left foot to the inner side of the right thigh;
– Look straight – relax;
– If you feel excessive tension (30 seconds -2 minutes), change your legs.
– Arrange your feet a meter and more apart;
– Turn the body and foot to the right, and the left foot – point to the right by 60 degrees;
– Bending the right leg, push the knee forward;
– Squeeze the coccyx, straightening the lower back;
– Push the floor with your feet, keep your hands above – a little in front of you;
– Pull upwards.
4. Utkitasana for a healthy heart
– Stand up straight, spread your legs slightly;
– Hands together – hands up;
– Bend your legs in your lap, hips – on one line (in parallel) with the floor;
– Look straight, close your eyes – relax – stay in a position from 30 seconds to …
– Lie down on the rug belly down, fix the chin on the floor;
– Close your eyes, keep your hands along the body with your hands on the floor;
– Exhale deeply and, with the help of hands – the face and chest from the floor;
– Relax – for a while (from 30 seconds) gain a foothold in this position.
Nevertheless, the best exercise for a healthy heart is nothing more than indispensable walking . Provide yourself with a weekly four-hour half-hour walk (it’s hard to sing = walking speed = calmly talking) and take the path of friendship with your heart.
Also, in addition to performing asanas, there are several tips for keeping you healthy heart:
– Listen to others – extroverts, subject to verbal diarrhea, are 50% more likely to experience heart disease (Baltimore University);
– Required! – fully breakfast (without snacks);
– Embrace more often;
– Provide yourself an 8-hour. sleep (each additional hour of sleep can reduce the likelihood of the disease by 33%);
– Become much more mobile – run into football, walk a few stops, restrict work at the computer;
– Meditate (5-10 minutes per day);
– Laugh at yourself and be sure to maintain a favorable atmosphere in the family.