A headache is one of the most common problems. The headache cause hurdles in daily routine life. There are several reasons for a headache including a migraine, stress and others. To get rid of the headache people adopt many methods such as medicines, home remedies and others. However, it provides relief for sometimes but the ache erupts again. The medicines provide instant relief but not the permanent solution. If you are also suffering from the same problem them yoga may be beneficial for you. Yoga can relieve your headache naturally and effectively. Here are some yoga poses which increase the blood supply to the brain and provides relief from a headache. (Also read: Which yoga poses helps you to lose weight)
Let’s know which yoga poses relieve headaches.
Seated neck release
This yoga pose is very beneficial to relieve a headache. It is very important to stretch neck during a headache. To practice this yoga posture, ensure your spine is straight while sitting.. After this, place your left hand on the right side of the head and gently tilt your head to left. Hold the position for few breaths. And practice the same for another side.
This yoga pose provides relief from throbbing headache in just a few minutes. To practice this yoga pose, put your legs up on the wall and gently stretch the neck muscles. Ensure that your butt is touching the wall and your legs are placed together. For better results breathe deeply for 3 to 10 minutes. (Also read: Which yoga poses improves flexibility if practiced after workout)
Adho Mukho Svanasana
This yoga pose is also known as Downward Facing Dog Pose. It helps to get rid of fatigue, back pain and stiffness from sitting all day by stretching the hamstrings, chest and straighthen the spine. Moreover, this yoga pose provides additional blood flow to the head which can relieve your headache.
Happy Baby Pose
This yoga pose relaxes your body and relieves your headache. To practice this yoga pose, lie on the back while your knees are bent. After this hold edges of your feet. Gently push your hand to enhance the stretch for better results. (Also read: Amazing yoga poses you can practice on bed)