Today’s long working hours demand you to freeze yourself in one position for almost a day. The immobilization and confinement result in the growing bone diseases among young adults that were earlier prevalent among older people. Among these diseases, spondylitis is the primary cause of concern. However, bone doctors say that yoga is a proven remedy to relieve spondylitis pain.
Let’s take a look at a few yoga exercises to curb spondylitis.
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
Lay down on your stomach and gently move your spine back. The asana improves flexibility and removes stiffness of both neck and shoulder.
Makarasana (Crocodile Pose)
Lie flat on your belly with your forehead resting on a mat. Lift your head, legs, and upper torso while exhaling. Raise your arms and bring it behind your head. It releases stress and relaxes the entire spine.
Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
Lay down on your back, fold your legs and rest them on the floor. Support the body with arms and elbows. Lift your chest and lower the crown of the head to the floor. Hold the big toe and take deep breaths. It makes your spine flexible and benefits the vertebral column.
Relax your arms and back on the floor. Lower your chin until your throat feels soft. Remain in this pose for 3-4 mins. It relaxes and rejuvenates the entire nervous system and helps in managing the stiffness and cervical pain.
Pranayama & Meditation
Sit in an upright position and fold your legs. Inhale and puff up the air in your stomach, and then exhale. Do this for 15-20 times a day. It helps in improving oxygenation and blood circulation.
You can do these exercises at any time of the day but to fetch maximum results do these exercises early in the morning when oxygen is available in abundant.
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