Yoga for stress: You will get complete relief from these yogas.

Yoga For Mental Peace: Due to today's runaway life, most people have to face the problem of stress. Due to increasing stress and anxiety, symptoms like nervousness, rapid breathing, restlessness, less sleep are revealed. Irregular routine, stress in relationships, disputes, competition to outdo each other, feeling insecure, being isolated make us mentally disturbed and stressed. This problem is serious but not incurable. Yoga asanas can help reduce stress and keep the mind calm. Let's know about some yoga asanas that can help us in this ...

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Balasana (Child Pose)

Balasana not only relaxes the body but also the mind. It reduces shoulder, back and neck strain. Bend your legs on the mat and sit in Vajrasana posture. While inhaling, take both your hands up and lean forward while exhaling. Keep bending until the palms touch the ground. After this, rest your head on the ground. After this, leave the body loose and breathe and release comfortably. You can stay in this posture for 1 to 3 minutes.

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Savasana (Corpse Pose)

Savasana is the best asana to soothe the body and mind. To do this, lie down on the back and keep some distance between the two legs. To make the body tension-free, organize your waist and shoulders. Concentrate on the breath and breathe in a rhythm.

Marjari Posture (Cat-Cow Pose)

This asana reduces the tension of the spine and improves breathing. To do Marjari asana, first come on the knees and palms. Then inhale and lift the neck backwards and lower the back, now exhale and bend the neck and raise the back.

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Tree Pose

Vrikshasana enhances meditation and concentration and brings stability and peace to the mind. To do Vrikshasana, raise one leg and support the other leg above the knees and keep the hands together above the head.

Lotus Pose

Padmasana is the best asana for mental peace. To do this, sit with the legs bent and place the heel of one foot on the thigh of the other foot. Keep the hands resting on both knees and close the eyes and focus on the breath.

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