Yoga Poses for Constipation: Some yoga asanas can be done to get rid of constipation.

Constipation: Constipation is a problem related to the stomach in which there is difficulty in bowel movement. Stool becomes stiff when constipation occurs and even after sitting in the toilet for hours, the stomach is not cleaned properly. Lack of fiber in the diet, lack of hydration and lack of smoothness can cause constipation. Apart from this, lack of sleep and other lifestyle habits also cause constipation. If you are also troubled by the problem of constipation, then here are some yoga poses that prove to be very effective in getting rid of constipation.

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Yoga sanas for constipation | Yoga poses for constitution

Malasan

Malasana means yoga that removes stool from the body. To do this yoga asana, one is seated exactly like you do while defecating your feet. While doing the squat, sit down and balance the body on the toes. You can keep your hands in the posture of Namaste.

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Halasan

Halasana can be done to relieve constipation. To do this yogaasana, lie on the back on the ground. Keep both your hands on both sides of the body. Now lift both legs together and take it to the back of the head and keep it on the ground. Legs can also be raised by placing hands on the waist. This asana improves digestion and also increases the flexibility of the body.

Bhujangasana

Lie down on the stomach to do Bhujangasana. After this, keep both hands in front and lift the head up and pull the upper part of the body back. The lower part of the stomach should be attached to the ground and the front part should be tilted upwards and backwards. This yoga, which relieves constipation, also strengthens the muscles.

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