Since a few years ago, the practice of yoga has become an international phenomenon to which countless benefits are attributed. No matter the age, gender, body type or economic status, we can all practice it and take advantage of these exercises.
In yoga, postures are known as prana and it is sought to mobilize the vital energies or asana, all with the aim of obtaining knowledge and awareness of our body. However, this not only brings physical benefits by increasing our energy activating our chakras, but also we obtain mental health by learning to deal with daily stress through meditation techniques.
There are at least 100 types of yoga, these include postures, breaths, and meditations that seek in different ways the improvement of our body. The postures consist of different poses and movements, which, synchronized to the breath, allow the body the necessary stretch to stabilize our body.
The practice of yoga has shown to be useful to treat arthritis, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases, migraines, diabetes, among other chronic diseases. This improves the regulation of the various systems of our body and can be able to reduce some medical treatments.
Occurs in part by the regulation of hormones involved in various processes of the human body. These hormones occur in stress cycles or occur when the body leaves it. The practices of the postures are linked to their production or elimination of our system, which allows us to feel an improvement in many ailments such as headaches, tension in the back and neck, insomnia, among others.
Improvement in mobility
- Strengthening muscles
- Improvement of posture and relaxation of the extremities.
- Avoid deterioration of joints and cartilage.
- Strengthening Bones
- Improves the balance and balance of the body.
- You can use it to lose weight
Improvement in bodily functions
- Improves breathing, increases respiratory capacity by needing less breathing for the same volume of oxygen obtained. It is also linked to improving nasal breathing, which is related to air filtering and heating.
- Increases blood flow and heart rate regulate blood pressure.
- It improves the immune system, including the response time to diseases and regulating so as not to have an overly aggressive response.
- It lowers blood sugar and bad cholesterol.
- It keeps the nervous system.
- Prevents gastric problems and improves digestive activity, avoiding problems such as ulcers and constipation, both related to stressful situations.
The mind is linked to the body and by doing the exercises there is a change in our body that allows the production of hormones that lead to relaxation. Together with meditation, this allows us to have better energies to face the challenges of day to day, improving our handling of emotions and channeling our thoughts to defined objectives that lead us to the realization of them.
- It makes you happier, developing gratitude, empathy, and forgiveness.
- Improve your lifestyle, working in spirituality allows us to improve our body.
- It helps you focus and sleep better.
- Achieve mental peace by decreasing the cycles of frustration, regret, fear, and anger.
- Improve your self-esteem, from the perspective of self-examination.
- It gives you the strength to get out of inertia and strength to face new challenges.
If you have not yet given a chance to Yoga, we recommend that you do not hesitate and take your yoga blanket now. The benefits will see you soon and it will be a change that you will appreciate the rest of your life.