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Yoga for Diabetes

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These yoga poses are meant to help fight diabetes.

The tips presented here will help trainers introduce Yoga to the novice.
In the next video, you will learn Yoga for back pain.

Although this sequence is meant to help agaist diabetes, the techniques described in this series are not meant to be prescriptive.
Consult your physician before trying them out.

Sitar by Shri Basab Sen - "Abhogi" & "Jhinjhoti"
"Kast - Paradise" published by Alter K

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In this video you will learn the sequence of postures to cure diabetes.

Before you start, warm up by doing 10 cycles of the sun salutation.

It enhances blood circulation, improves the functioning of the bowels and helps strengthen muscles and joints.

It also revitalises your body and refreshes your mind, leaves you feeling energetic throughout the course of the day.

Once you are warmed up, you're ready to begin the sequence of asanas.

Hold each pose for thirty seconds to a minute or as long as you are comfortable.

Remember to repeat the pose on the other side whenever possible.

Do take time to rest between the different asanas as required, assuming either the corpse pose or the staff pose .

Start with the the downward facing dog pose.

The knees and elbows should be locked, and the feet flat on the ground.

Next do the head to knee pose.

Reach out as far as you can while keeping your back straight.

Move on to the frog pose.

Press your fists beside the naval and bend forward keeping your back straight.

The following asana is the bow pose.

Grab your ankles and raise your torso.

Next do the camel pose.

Slowly stretch backwards, reaching down with your hands to cup your heels.

Extend your legs and do the seated forward bend.

Reach out as far as you can keeping your back straight.

The following asana is the bound angle pose.

Try and push your knees as close as possible to the ground.

Move on to wide angle seated forward bend.

Separate your legs and bend forward keeping the back straight.

The next asana is the shoulder pose.

Lift your upper body as high as you can and feel the stretch in the back and the stomach.

Next do the half lord of the fishes pose.

Keep your back straight and look behind.

Move on to the cobra pose.

Press your palms down and inhale deeply as you raise your trunk till your chest is perpendicular to the ground.

Lie down on your back and do the bridge pose.

Breathe normally in the final position.

The following pose is the reclining big toe pose.

Extend your leg to the side making sure your hips remain grounded.

Next do the three limbed forward bend.

Bend forward and reach out as far you can while keeping your back straight.

The following asana is the balancing bear pose.

The knees should ideally be locked.

Move on to the fish pose.

Slowly, tilt your head backward and place the top of your head on the floor.

Next do the gas release pose.

Raise your chin to touch the bent knee.

Follow up with the seated forward bend.

Keep your back straight.

Next do the shoulder stand.

The legs and the upper body should be perpendicular to the ground.

The following asana is the plough pose.

Try and touch the ground with your feet behind the head.

Rest in the child pose for a minute.

Lie down for a few minutes in the corpse pose.

Relax and concentrate on your breathing.

Follow up with the skull shining breath technique for a minute.

Rest for some time and do another cycle for as long as you feel comfortable.

Move on to humming bee breath technique.

Shut your ears and nostrils and breath out through the nose by making a humming sound as shown.

Try to sustain the humming for as long as you can.

You could do 5 to 10 cycles.

Next do the alternate nostril breathing technique for five minutes.

Regular practice of these recommended asanas will effectively prevent or alleviate diabetes.


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