Bhastrika Pranayama gives good appetite.

Bhastrika Pranayama pose

Yoga Technique: *  Sit in a comfortable position. *  Keep the body, neck and head erect. Close the mouth. *  Next, inhale and exhale quickly ten times like the bellows of the blacksmith. *  Constantly dilate and contract. When you practice this Pranayama a hissing sound is produced. *  You should start with rapid expulsions of breath following one another ...

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Yoga that help you to get rid of your fatigues

Baddha Konasana

Baddha Konasana Technique: *  Sit with your legs straight in front of you. *  Bend your knees with exhalation. *  Pull your heels toward pelvis, and drop the knees out to the sides and press the soles of your feet together. *  Bring the heels as close to pelvis as you comfortably can. *  Grasp the big toe of each ...

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Yoga for Strengthening Your Back Muscles

Ardha Halasana pose

Ardha Halasana In Sanskrit, Ardha means half and Hala means Plough. Technique: * Lie flat on your back, with palms facing downwards. *  Stretch out your legs straight on the floor, with heels together and toes pointing upward. *  Breathe in, and press the palms down, but do not bend the knees or raise the hands, rather raise both legs ...

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Yoga for releasing your stress….

Anuloma Pranayama

Anuloma Pranayama Anu means with/ along with/ in an orderly succession. Anuloma, therefore, means in regular gradation, with the hair or in natural order. In Anuloma Pranayama, inhalation is done through both nostrils and exhalation alternately through either nostril. Technique: Sit in any comfortable position like Padmasana, Siddhasana, Virasana. Keep the back erect and rigid. Lower the head to the ...

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Adho Mukha Swanasana

pose for Adho-Mukha-Swanasana

Adho Mukha Swanasana also Improves Your Digestive System: The name comes from the Sanskrit words adhas (Adhas meaning down, mukha meaning face, svana meaning dog, and asana meaning posture or seat. Asana Technique: From the standing position come down to kneeling position, unto knees and hands. Placing hands, palms down, directly below shoulders, at shoulder width apart with fingers pointing ...

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Yoga For High Blood Pressure Patients…

pose of Gomukhasan

Gomukhasana Gomukhasana (Cow-face Pose) is one of the popular sitting postures. It is called cow-face because in this pose the lower limbs resemble the face of the cow. The two knees with the gap in between look like the mouth and, the shin- the side of the face. The feet look like the ears of the cow. Gomukhasana Technique: Sit ...

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Benefits from Lemon


LEMON… Lemon is regarded as a valuable food to control high blood pressure. It is a rich source of vitamin c which is found both in the juice and peel of the fruit. This vitamin is essential for preventing capillary fragility. So people, who are suffering from high blood pressure, go and get yourself lots and lots of lemons…

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Go yogic upchar good for heart.


Turmeric Tips… Turmeric lower cholesterol and by preventing the formation of the internal blood clots improves circulation and prevents heart disease and stroke. Use one teaspoon of turmeric powder per cup of warm milk every day for 90 days. And do Trikonasana, tree pose, baby snake pose, nadishodhana pranayama, walking yoga, tali yoga, hasya yoga, sheetkari pranayama, pran mudra, shambhavi ...

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Total wellness at 12 rupees a day.

Healthy Habbits

Surprising but Amazing Fact… You will be surprised to know that Prevention from diseases like Asthma, Anemia, cancer, constipation, chest diseases, eye disorders, high blood pressure, heart trouble , tiredness, insomnia, non healing of wounds, skin and hair problems, sexual problems and stress etc. Wonder formula = Eat 2 garlic cloves empty stomach early in the morning . After 30 ...

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Watching Your Breathing


Most difficult mediation.. Watching your breathing is the most difficult mediation. Just sit in a chair, relaxed, make yourself comfortable and close your eyes. Just start looking at the breathing. Don’t change it; just look, watch. By your watching it, it will become slower and slower and slower. If ordinarily you take eight breaths in one minute, you will start ...

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