5 Immunity-Boosting Yoga Asanas You Should Try at Home

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Remain protected from coronavirus and its variants by simply boosting your immunity. The immune system is the body’s defence mechanism and without it we can fall prey to many harmful factors both in the environment and even within our system is from the food that we eat. Stress, and anxiety are some of the biggest reasons why the immune system becomes weak and unable to fight infection. The saying that a healthy mind equals a healthy body is absolutely true and this can be proven by looking at your immunity and your stress levels.Also Read – 20 More People, Including 8 Students, Test Covid Positive At IIT Kharagpur Campus

Yoga is an ancient practice for overall well being and helps the body and the mind by strengthening it. Meditation helps to calm the mind thereby warding off any other issues that can crop up because of mental anxiety and stress. Also Read – EC Extends Ban On Poll Rallies, Roadshows Till Jan 22; Allows Indoor Meetings With 300 In Attendance

Practice the following poses at least three times a week. They can be done twice a day and you must pay attention to your breath while holding the poses. These poses are relatively simple and can be done by people of all age groups and fitness levels. Give your immunity a boost with the help of yoga and stay protected from coronavirus. Himalayan Siddha, Grand Master Akshar shares 5 yoga asanas to boost your immune system. Also Read – Republic Day 2022: Only 24,000 People To Attend Parade, No Foreign Dignitaries This Time | Details Here

Ustrasana – Camel Pose

Ustrasana – Camel Pose

Formation of the posture

  • Kneel down gently on your yoga mat
  • Prepare to bend back by placing your hands on the hips.
  • Now start to bend your back while sliding the palms over to your heels or ankles
  • You can let your arms be straight.
  • Avoid straining your neck but keep it in neutral.
  • Breathe out and slowly release from the pose.

Mandukasana

Formation of the posture

  • Start in Vajrasana
  • Make a fist with the thumb tucked well inside your four fingers & place the fists on either side of the belly button.
  • Exhale and empty your stomach of all air and start bending forward
  • Keep pressing your fists into your stomach area.
  • Looking forward in your bent position.
  • Inhale and lift up and relax.

Matsyasana – Fish Pose

5 Immunity-Boosting Yoga Asanas You Should Try at Home

Matsyasana – Fish Pose

Formation of the posture

  • Lie down on your back
  • Place the top of your head or crown of the head on the floor & straighten your legs out or bend your knees as per your comfort and your arms to rest beside your body

Halasana – Plough Pose

5 Immunity-Boosting Yoga Asanas You Should Try at Home

Halasana – Plough Pose

Formation of the Posture

  • Lie on your back
  • Lift both legs up straight
  • Inhale and lift your legs to drop your toes behind you
  • Support your back with your palms
  • If you are comfortable with the balance, interlace your fingers and place your palms on the floor

Paschimottanasana – Seated Forward Bend

5 Immunity-Boosting Yoga Asanas You Should Try at Home

Paschimottanasana – Seated Forward Bend

Formation of the posture

  • Sit with legs stretched out
  • Inhale and lift your arms up
  • Keep your back straight
  • Exhale and fold forward to place your upper body on your lower body

If you want to build your immunity in not only should you pay attention to what you eat, your sleep quality but also incorporate a regular exercise routine into your lifestyle. Yoga works on the body through physical postures, and pranayama which is breath work.

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