"My powers started to disappear…". So my mother began to complain of poor he alth. And everything would not be so terrible if this situation did not last long. But for more than half a year, she - the most energetic woman I knew - could not get rid of the feeling of exhaustion and fatigue
My mother used to sleep for six hours, but now she doesn't have enough. At the same time, he felt guilty for leaving his work unfinished.
Recently they found out what the problem is - a thyroid disorder. The doctor immediately warned that the disease is hereditary. The list of symptoms of the insidious disease hypothyroidism includes: depressed mood, depression, frequent constipation, hair loss, and more.
In addition to medication treatment, the endocrinologist advised her to practice special yoga asanas that contribute to the recovery of the thyroid gland. After two months of treatment and daily yoga practice, my mother started to feel much better.
We suggest that you also familiarize yourself with these five effective exercises to strengthen the important organ of the endocrine system.
This is one of the positions in yoga that allows you to activate not only the thyroid and parathyroid glands, but also the entire endocrine system. Lie on your back on the floor with your knees and feet on the floor. Breathe and lift your pelvis slightly from the floor, while at the same time slide your palms under your back. After that, rest the back parts, including the back part of the palms. Don't forget to keep your elbows and forearms close to both sides of the ball.
Breathe and press the forearms and elbows tightly to the floor. After that, press the shoulder blades to the chest and inhale, lift the upper part of the ball and the head from the floor. After that, rest your head and back on the floor. A minimal part of your weight must fall on your head to avoid neck strain. You should stay in this position for between 15 and 30 seconds.
This special asana helps in improving the functioning of the thyroid and gonads. Also, it is extremely useful for the spine and disorders of the genitourinary system. To perform the exercise as correctly and effectively as possible, it is necessary to kneel. Your legs up to the knees should form a straight line that forms a right angle with your limbs from the knees to the ankles. Now arch the back back from the waist without moving the pelvis and legs though. They must remain motionless. When you feel ready, arch your back a little more and touch your heels with your hands. Relax and head down as shown in the picture. You should stay in this position for 30 seconds and try to breathe evenly.
Bhujangasana or the cobra pose has a powerful effect on the human hormonal system. It stimulates the functions of the adrenal glands and has a beneficial effect on the functioning of the genital organs. According to ancient traditions, it is said that bhujangasana aims to ignite an inner fire in a person and awaken the power of Kundalini.
To perform this asana properly, you need to lie face down on the floor. Then put your hands under your shoulders and slowly start to raise your body. Stretch the head back, you need to stay in this position for 15-20 seconds.
It is especially useful for people who suffer from respiratory diseases.
To perform this classic exercise, it is enough to lie on your back and raise your legs to your stomach. Then you need to separate the pelvis from the floor and support it with the palms of your hands and stretch your legs. The duration of the asana is 5 minutes.
Halasanas help strengthen and rejuvenate the nervous system of the body. It actively stimulates the pituitary gland, as well as the endocrine glands.
To perform the exercise correctly, you need to lie on your back and stretch your arms behind your head. Then with an exhalation, without the help of hands, put your knees on your chest and stretch your legs behind your head. You must stay in this position for at least 1 minute.
It is important to know that such exercises are contraindicated for people suffering from hyperthyroidism, spinal diseases, knee injuries, high or low blood pressure.