Yoga For Gut Health: Do these 5 Yogasanas every day, these problems including digestion will go away…

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Yoga For Gut Health: If the food is not right in winter, then your digestion system can get spoiled. In such a situation, due to non-digestion of food, there can be many problems. With the help of some yoga, you can keep your digestion right.

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There is a lot of change in our diet during the winter season. In such a situation, there is often a pain in the stomach when there is a problem of digestion. There are also problems like acidity. To strengthen the digestion system, people take support from Ayurvedic medicines to allopathic medicines. Today we are going to tell you about some such yogasanas, by doing which every day your digestion system can remain good. You can stay away from many other diseases as well.

To improve digestion, do these yogasanas daily.

1. Paschimottanasana

This asana is also known as forward bending asana. Along with getting rid of the problem of gas or constipation, it can also work to reduce belly fat.

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Method of doing asana-

  • Sit on the floor and extend your hands towards the feet.
  • Make sure that during this your spine remains absolutely straight.
  • Keep your hands straight in front of the chest and breathe in.
  • Now bending forward, hold the toes of the feet.
  • Keep your chin on the feet. Stay in this position for about a minute.
  • Now come back to the first position.
  • Repeat this process again and again.

2. Balasana

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It is also known as child pose. With its help, it can help to reduce tension or stress and calm the mind. This can help in improving the digestion system.

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Method of doing asana-

  • Lean forward by sitting on your heels.
  • Try to take your chest till the thighs.
  • Take the hand straight forward. Stay in this position for about three minutes.
  • After this come back to the first position.

3. Pawanmuktasana

With the help of this asana, gas and stomach diseases go away. It is considered beneficial for strengthening the abdominal muscles.

Method of doing asana-

  • Lie down on the ground on your back. Take a deep breath in and lift the legs upwards.
  • Now, bend the knees and bring them towards the chest.
  • Place your hands on your knees and get into a hugging position.
  • Touch your knees with your nose. Stay in this position for about 30 seconds.
  • Now come back to the first position.

4. Trikonasana

It is also called triangle pose posture. It cures the problem of digestion, increases appetite and also relieves constipation. It is also considered helpful in curing liver and stomach diseases.

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Method of doing asana-

  • Extend your hands keeping your legs straight.
  • Bend your right leg to the right and tilt your body in the same direction.
  • Touch the right foot with the hand. Move your left hand upwards.
  • Now come to the first position and do the same from the other side.

5. Ardha Matsyendrasana

Ardha Matsyendrasana is considered a great asana to strengthen the digestive system. You can practice this asana every morning or evening. If you want, you can do this asana both the times.

Method of doing asana-

  • Put your feet forward and sit with your spine straight.
  • Now, bending the knees, bring your left leg up slightly.
  • Take your right leg above the left knee.
  • In this way the right leg will be near your left knee.
  • Now while turning the body, take your left hand on the right knee.
  • Keep your right hand behind the back. Stay in this position for about one minute.
  • After coming back to the first position, do the same from the other side.

Disclaimer: This content provides general information only including advice. It is in no way a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult an expert or your doctor for more details. NDTV does not claim responsibility for this information.

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