Winter is getting harsh, so what do you do to avoid the wrath of cold and keep the body warm from inside? You must be wearing too many sweaters, drinking 6-7 cups of tea and coffee in a day, but drinking so much tea and coffee is also not good for health. It is better to think of some natural remedies to keep the body warm from inside. For this, you can consume those foods, whose taste is hot like ginger, garlic etc. Some fruits also keep the body warm from inside in winter. Even with these things do not work, so why don’t you do Yoga Tips for Winter.
Yes, there are many yogasanas, which keep the body warm from inside. Strengthens the immunity of the body, so that you stay away from diseases caused by winter. For this you can also do Pranayama, which is very useful to keep yourself warm in winter .
Do this asana to avoid winter
To avoid cold, you can do Sarvangasana, Chakrasana, Pawanmuktasana, Dhanurasana, Tadasana, Paschimottanasana. All these asanas are considered very good for keeping the body warm from inside. Along with this, you are also protected from many diseases, your body remains fit and healthy. By doing yoga, energy is produced in the body.
Do pranayama in winter
Suryabhedi Pranayama, Kapalbhati Pranayama should be done in cold weather. This leads to purification of pingala nadi. Regular practice of pranayama leads to purification of the person’s skull. If you want to protect yourself from the wrath of winter, then it is very beneficial. By doing this, the jatharagni (the body heat present inside the stomach, which works to digest food is ignited.
This gives energy to the body. In winter you can also practice Bhastrika Pranayama. Even this will keep you warm from inside. This is because by doing this the speed of breathing increases, due to which the body gets heat. If the body is warm from inside, then you get rid of phlegm producing diseases like allergies, respiratory diseases, sore throat, cold, cough, sinus etc.
How to do Suryabhedi Pranayama
Close your eyes and sit in Padamasana. Now close the left nostril with the ring finger and little finger of the right hand. Breathe in through the right nostril. Close the right nostril with your thumb. Press the chin to the chest and try to hold the breath for a few seconds. Now close the right nostril with the thumb and exhale slowly through the left nostril.
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How to do Bhastrika Pranayama
Sit in Siddhasana or Sukhasana. Now keep the body and mind stable while keeping the waist, neck and spine straight. Then breathe in fast and exhale at high speed only. The stomach should expand while inhaling and the stomach should contract while exhaling. This puts pressure on the navel site.
Do these 2 pranayama to avoid heart disease
How to do Kapalbhati Pranayama
Sit in a meditation posture. Now close your eyes. Leave the whole body loose. Now do the action of exhaling rapidly through the nose. While exhaling, pull the stomach inwards. Note that after exhaling, do not hold the breath out and let the breath in normally without making any effort. This can be called the act of exhaling once in a second. After that take the breath in. Maintain balance while doing this. By the way, heart patients should do Kapalbhati Pranayama slowly.
In the winter season, along with cold, fever, stiffness in bones or joint pain, there are complaints of indigestion in the stomach, etc. In such a situation, it is necessary that some yoga asanas should be practiced regularly so that the body remains healthy. Due to the cold, many people stop even walking in the morning. In such a situation, these yogasanas can be done comfortably even at home. So let’s know how to do those yoga asanas.
Sukhasana should be practiced regularly for at least five minutes to remove mental peace and fatigue. By doing this asana, the spine gets strengthened.
By doing this asana regularly, one can get relief from shoulder and back pain. By doing Balasan daily, the problem of breathing is not only relieved, but the process of digestion is also correct.
Practicing this asana for at least three to four minutes daily strengthens the muscles of the arms, legs, shoulders and chest. Practicing Adho Mukha Sarvasana strengthens the lungs.
Doing the action of Tadasana yoga strengthens the feet. Staying in this posture for at least 12 seconds should be practiced ten times daily.
Vaidya Karanvir Singh is the younger Vaidya in Chandigarh Ayurved & Panchakarma Centre. He is the fourth generation in his family who is practicing as a general consultant in Ayurved & Panchakarma treatment at Chandigarh. In his practice, he had treated more than 1000 plus patients worldwide.