It is well-known fact that the Yoga has immense health-related benefits. Not only the health, the yoga also improves the fitness level of the body as well as keep many diseases at bay. People practice yoga regularly to avail the maximum benefits. Ironically, the most people are unaware of the fact there are yoga poses which help to control the Asthma. All these yoga poses helps to stretch the chest and calms you down. Moreover, these poses are performed at a slower pace and not only relieve the symptoms of asthma but will also make your lungs strong and healthy. The Asthma is a chronic lung disease that inflames and narrows the airways in the lungs. (Also read: How often you should practice yoga)
Let’s which yoga poses control Asthma symptoms
Pranamasana (Prayer Pose)
This yoga posture builds a state of attentiveness and quietness. It also helps you to meditate in a much more effective way. To practice this yoga posture, stand in a comfortable position while placing your feet together. After this place your hand alongside your chest in prayer position and relax your body. Make sure that you are breathing at regular intervals.
Padahastasana (hand to foot pose)
This yoga posture is very helpful to ease asthma. To practice this yoga posture, bend your upper body and make your hands to touch the ground. After this make an attempt to touch your knees with your forehead. Make sure your legs are in vertical position and exhale when bending frontward. (Also read: What is Kudnalini yoga and its benefits)
Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian Pose)
The yoga posture also helps to control Asthma. To practice this yoga posture, draw you right leg back as far as you can and simultaneously bend the left knee. Then keep your arms in a straight position and head must be slanted towards the back. After this bend your back and look towards the ceiling. Breathe in while drawing out your right leg in a backward position.
Bhujangasana (Serpent Pose)
This yoga helps in reducing the respiratory problems like asthma effectively. To practice this yoga posture, place your hands’ palms down on the ground beneath your shoulders. After this lift your chest up off the ground by straightening your arm and push your head towards your back. Breathe in while lifting up the body and while being your back. (Also read: Which yoga postures are better then crunches)