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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Important Guidelines For Yoga Practice

Hello everyone !
Now a days most of the people knows about the Yogasanas, many of them tries to do several Asanas at home and yes it's better option to keep your health good without going anywhere. But there are somimportant guidelines which you have to understand before performing asanas. Lets see it one by one,
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1. Time: Asanas can be done both in the morning and evening. If both cannot be done then morning is the best time. The mind remains calm in the morning. After getting retired from toilet in the morning, or you can do it an evening posture on an empty stomach and about 5-6 hours after lunch. One should retire from defecation etc. before performing the asana. If constipation persists, one should drink water kept in copper or silver vessel in the morning. After that do a little salting. It clears the stomach. If there is more constipation, take Triphala powder with warm water at bedtime.

2. Location: Clean, peaceful and solitary place is good for Asanas. If there is a garden, pond or river bank near the greenery of the trees, it is best to have sufficient amount of oxygen in the open environment and near the trees, which is good for health.

3. Costumes: Clothing should be less and convenient while doing the asana. Men can use half pants and vest. Mothers and sisters should practice posture and pranayama by wearing salwar, blouse etc.

4. Seat and Volume: It is advisable to use a soft thread or blanket for laying on the ground. Do not do asanas on open ground. Exercise should be done according to your ability. Full practice of asanas takes one hour, moderate practice in 30 minutes and brief practice in 15 minutes. Every person should do yoga for half an hour.

5. Age: Concentrating should be practiced vigorously, taking full care of your age, physical strength and ability with happiness and enthusiasm. Only then we can get real benefit from yoga. Asanas and pranayamas should be done in small amounts by old and weak persons. Children above 10 years of age can do all compound exercises. Pregnant women should not try to do asanas, they should only meditate through the holy mantras like Shani Long Respiration, Pranavanad and Gayatri.

6. Stages and Precautions: Asanas and pranayama can be done in all the stages. These actions make a healthy person's health good. And also the sick person becomes healthy by doing it regularly. But still there are some asanas which should not be done by the patient, such as those who have runny ears, redness in the eyes, weak muscles and heart, they should not do Shirshasana. Those with heart ailments should not do heavy postures such as complete shalbhasan, dhanurasana etc.The ovaries should also not do asanas, which puts more pressure on the area below the navel. Patients with high blood pressure  should not try the headlong asanas like shirshasan. Women should not practice asanas for 4-5 days during the periods. Those who have pain in the waist and neck, they should not try asanas tending to bend forward.

7. Meal: The meal should be done after about half an hour of posture. Food should have satvic substances. Gastric distortion is caused by the consumption of oily substances. Tea should not be drunk after posture. Once drinking tea, about 50 cells of lever soft glands become inactive. From this you can estimate yourself how much to lose with tea. It is also a terrible enemy of health, which distorts the body's sacred temple.

8. Rule of Breathing: While doing the asana, the general rule is that the breath exhales while bending forward and while inhaling backwards, keep the breath inside. Breathing should be inhaled and exhaled from the nose, not from the mouth, because the breath through the nose is filtered and enters.

9. Rest: While doing asana, whenever there is fatigue, then one should rest in Shavasan or Makarasan. You can also rest in the middle when tired.

10. Temperature of body: In the event of high temperature or fever in the body, if the temperature rises due to doing yoga, then Chandraswara means that the breath from the left nostril is inhaled (Supplemented), the sun tone means the laxative (exhaling) from the right nostril. Temperature should be normalized by doing it repeated times.

11. Hard Posture: Those who have ever had a fracture, never practice hard posture, otherwise the bone may break again in the same place.

12. Sweat: If you sweat during exercise, wipe it with a towel, it leads to agility, skin remains healthy and germs will not be able to enter the body through the skin route. Yogasanas should be practiced by retiring from bathing as much as possible. Even you can take a bath after 15-20 minutes of exercise when the body temperature gets normal.

13. Urinary incontinence must be performed after the completion of asanas so that the accumulated contamination will go out of the body.

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