Do these 5 Yoga Asanas at Home in Lockdown

Lockdown is getting out of the house anywhere. Walking or walking has stopped. If you are a diabetic patient then your problem may have increased. Even if not, there is a problem in digesting food. Even after taking too much rest, the body gets jammed and becomes unwell. In such a situation, it is important to keep the body healthy. So let’s know 5 easy yoga asanas.

1. Surya Namaskar: If you keep doing good yoga at home, then you will be healthy and your weight will not increase. In yoga, you do 12 steps of Suryanamaskar 12 times and the second is to do anulom inverse Pranayam for at least 5 minutes. It takes only 15 to 20 minutes to perform the above-mentioned action. You do not know how beneficial it will be for you. If you cannot do this, do the following postures. But if you are a diabetic patient, definitely do.
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2. Vajrasana: The Sanskrit word vajra means harsh. Vajra is called Thunderbolt or Diamond in English. This is the only posture that can be done immediately after a meal. This makes food easily digested. It makes the muscles of the feet strong. This makes the spine and shoulders straight. Blood circulation is common in the body and thus, the disease of converting vein blood into arterial blood is not possible.
Asana method: Sit and straighten both the legs in front, then hold the claw of right foot with the right hand first and keep the heel under the buttock while bending the knee. Similarly, bend the knee of the left leg and keep it below the buttocks. Place the palms of the hands-on knees. Keep the bone and neck straight. Look in front. In this position, one should sit for at least three minutes. Then, exhaling again, straighten the legs in front, and come back to rest.
Note: Vajrasana can be performed as long as there is no drag in the legs. This can be done two to four times. Do not do this asana in case of pain in the knees.

3. Mandukasana:
 It is a very good posture for diabetes patients. However, Kurmasana can also be done. This asana is beneficial in reducing diabetes by activating the pancreas. Because of its practice, there is good abdominal exercise. Gastritis is illuminated and stomach diseases like gas, indigestion, and constipation also disappear.
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Method: First of all while sitting in Dandasana, sit in Vajrasana, and then close the fist of both hands. While closing the fist, press the thumb inside with the fingers. Then apply both the fists on both sides of the navel while exhaling and keep the chin on the ground while bowing in front. After staying in this position for a while, you come back to Vajrasana. 

4. Anjaneyasan: The Sanskrit word Anjaneya means salutation or praise. Anjaneya is also the name of Hanuman Ji. In English nowadays it is called Salutation Pose. This asana is done in the same way as Hanumanji rests his knee on one knee with his feet bent down and the other leg forward. Anjaneya posture also includes other postures and postures. It benefits the chest, palms, neck, and waist. Practicing it regularly increases concentration and balance in life.

First sit comfortably in Vajrasana. Slowly stand on your knees and keep the back, neck, head, hips, and thighs straight. Keep your hands at the waist and look in front. Now, while extending the left leg, keep it at the same angle of 90 degrees. During this, the left hand will remain on the thigh of the left leg.
Then keep the palms of your hands close to the heart, that is, keep it in the salutation posture. While pulling the breath in, raise the linked palms above the head and tilt the head back while straightening the hands. In this position, slowly straighten the right leg backward and lean back from the waist. I stayed in this last position for a while. Then exhaling, again returned to the posture of Vajrasana. Likewise, now do the same procedure by keeping the right foot in a 90-degree angle.
Note: If there is any serious problem of stomach and feet, do this asana only on the advice of Yoga teacher. The last step of this posture can be for one minute and can be done twice.
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5. Shavasana: The meaning of the corpse is dead, that is, because of making your body like a corpse, this asana is called Shavasana. In the state of breathing, our mind remains attached to the body, so that no external thoughts are produced in the body. For this reason, our mind is in a completely comfortable state, then the body automatically feels peace. The internal organs are relieved of all stress, so that blood circulation begins to flow smoothly. And when blood runs smoothly, physical and mental stress decreases. Particularly for those who have high blood pressure and insomnia, such patients are more beneficial.

Method: By lying on the back, keep the maximum difference between the two legs. The feet keep the paws on the outside and the heels on the inside. Keep both hands at a distance of about six inches from the body. The fingers of the hands are bent, the neck is straight. Keep your eyes closed.

In the Shavasana, first of all, from the toe to the head leave the slack. After leaving the entire body loose, we first apply the mind on the breath and we feel through the mind that the breath is going in and coming out from both the nostrils. When the breath goes in, a slight coolness is felt in the front of the nostrils and when we exhale, we feel the warmth. Experience this warmth and coolness. In this way, focus on the chest and navel respectively. Keep counting down the count in your mind. From 100 to 1. If you make a mistake, start at 100 again. Keep in mind that your focus should only be on the body, not on the thoughts going on in the mind. For this feel the depth of breath.
Note: Eyes should be kept closed. Keep the hands at a distance of six inches from the body and one to one and a half feet in the feet. The body should be let loose. In breathing, the body should not be moved.