We all know about the powerful benefits of yoga and its magical effects on human body. It is useful in curing many diseases and in keeping body fit and disease free, by removing toxins from the body and increases blood circulation. And we all know that a healthy body means a healthy skin and hair. Therefore it also has beneficial effects on hair and skin, and there are certain Asanas in yoga which can help in hair fall and providing an extra glow to the skin. Here are few simple and basic Asanas you can try for the same….
Padmasana– It relaxes mind by making it calm with the breathing, and helps in releasing muscular tension and in straightening spinal cord. The lotus position, is a cross-legged sitting asana in which the feet are placed on the opposing thighs. It is an established asana, commonly used for meditation. The asana is said to resemble a lotus, to encourage breathing proper to associated meditative practice, and to foster physical stability. Om can be chanted while doing this asana for good thoughts and peace of mind. When you will feel good, you will look good.
Kapalbhati Pranayam– A breathing exercise basically, not only helps in weight loss but also helps in taking out the toxins from the body, and keeps the body attaining the perfect balance. It also improves blood circulation and gives radiance o the face. It is useful for diabetic patients too. Helps in cutting down the belly fat too.
Vrajasana– It is useful to practice this asana after having food, and is the only yoga asana which can be done after having food. It enhances the supply of blood and energy to the upper part of the human body. It improves the power of digestion, thus warding off the digestive disorders triggering hair fall and dull skin.
Adho Mukha Svanasana– This asana stretches the shoulders, legs, spine and whole body; builds strength throughout the body, particularly the arms, legs, and feet; relieves fatigue and rejuvenates the body; improves the immune system, digestion and blood flow, and calms the mind and lifts the spirits.
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