Do you know that how yoga is helpful for the body organs? Okay let’s understand the phenomena! Yoga is a natural way of stimulating the body organs, making the entire metabolism easy and active. In more technical words we can say that Yoga is a direct cum effective effort to influence the chemical transformation within a cell.
Especially for people suffering from Diabetes, yoga is beneficial is more than many ways. The effect of diabetes on pancreas, insulin production and the way cell response is obvious. It is also certain that under the influence of diabetes, the human body suffers severe metabolism and glucose imbalance. According to a study publish on the thesis ‘Evidence based Complementary and Alternative Medicine’, yoga can absolutely control the diabetic disorder in a human body. In fact, people suffering from high blood pressure and kidney-related problems can improve their healthy concern through the merits of yoga.
How yoga is beneficial for diabetic patients?
With the help of few yoga asana, a diabetic patient can control the imbalance and dyfunctioning of the endocrine system in human body. Yoga asanas can both massage and tone body organs like liver, pancreas, circulatory and nerve system. The overall benefits of yoga can shape the entire human body, harmonizing body, mind and soul in the most unified manner. The optimal secretion of endocrinal glands can be highly benefited with the goodness of different yoga poses. So be it Matsyendrasana (the half spinal twist), Halasana (plough pose), Dhanurasana (Bow Pose) or Ardha Matsyendrasana asana, all the asanas can stimulate the functioning of pancreas and hormonal secretion (resulting to more insulin-pass from the glands).
- Vrikshasana over intensive gyming or workout:
If researchers are to believe, than yoga asanas like Vrikshasana, Upavishta Bakasana, and Dhanurasana can help the productive of insulin. Strengthening the back body muscles and inner core, such yoga asanas can vivaciously tone the abdominal viscera. These asanas are highly regarded for improving the functioning of pituitary gland and pancreas.
- Kapalbhatti and Anulom Vilom asana of breathing:
The breathing concentrations of yoga, Kapalbhatti (forceful exhaling with one time inhale) and Anulom Vilom asana (alternative breathing through each nostril) are beneficial for diabetic patients. Both the breathing exercises are highly beneficial for the nervous system as well, directly helping the balance of homeostasis functionality of the body. People who suffer from stress and diabetes should follow these asanas.
- Dhanurasana (Bow Pose) for overall balance:
Early this week, we were discussing the benefits and process of Dhanurasana as a yoga asana. Needless to say, Dhanurasana is not only beneficial for the overall flexibility of the body but is reasonably justified for the wellbeing of organs like liver, pancreas, and other enzymes producing body organs.
- Halasana and Ardha Matsyendrasana asana:
We have been discussing about the immense benefits of yoga asanas like Halasana and Ardha Matsyendrasana for quite a while now. Since the main purpose of these asanas is to calm the abdominal muscles, the kind of effect the practice of such asana has on liver, kidney, pancreas, small intestine and gall bladder is phenomenal. Squeezing out all the toxins from the human body, both the asanas strives for a higher concentration in the pancreas.