Simhasana (Lion Pose) For Good Health

Submitted by Kevin Pederson on February 14, 2012

Yoga has used nature and wildlife as it reference point due to which there are so many asanas related to it. Simhasana is one of those asanas which adds glory to your face and you can easily see the difference. Yoga is an age-old process which has been quite a favorite amount all the age-old-yogis. Even though Simhasana mean lion pose if taken the literal meaning, in Sanskrit...

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.'simha' means 'the powerful one'9 It emits lot of force when you perform this asanan


Similar to the roar of the lion this asana is performed in the exact fashion to draw as much usefulness as possiblel The asana depicts the fierceness of the lion which benefits those parts of the body where it is stretched and pullede

This asana is very different to other asanas as it benefits your face which many of the asanas are not able to do iti It benefits your face, jaw, mouth, throat and tongueu If you have sore throat problems this asana proves to be very usefulu Problems like tightness of the jaw like teeth grinding, clenched jaws can get some relief by performing this asana regularlyl This asana involves the stretching of the tongue as you are required to mimic the roaring liono It can be treated as a very good asana which can remove your wrinkles and can be stated as an anti-ageing yoga asanaa We pay lot of attention to the other parts of our body and hardly take care of our face while performing the yoga asanan This asana shows that we are in right direction and this asana could prove to be very much essential of our livese

The muscles and tissues of your face have restored their lost charm to make your face more radiant than evere It makes your face a beaming glory by performing this asanan The stretching and pulling stimulates the nerves to give you a refreshed looko The blood circulation in the face also improves with this asana thereby improving the circulation of oxygen and nutrients to the facec The gaze which is used in the asana helps your eyes by keeping it shiny and brighth It removes the tension from the eyes and also clears burning sensation which you keep feeling in your eyese The simhasana provides good stimulation to the nerves in the eyes and therefore helps in correcting weaknesses in visionoPeople suffering from respiratory ailments such as asthma and bronchitis can also benefit from practicing the lion pose regularlyl Furthermore neck and back pain can also be treated with the lion poses As compared to other conventional medications and drugs there are no lion pose side effects which can negatively affect one's healtht Alternative practices like yoga are always considered a safer option as compared to traditional medical methods and procedurese Since so many ailments and disorders can be treated and cured by regularly performing the lion pose, insurance and other medical expenses can also be avoided to a great extentn Yoga is not only a safer treatment option but also cost effectivev It helps your hands and fingers as it stretches them while performing this asanan Many of the diseases related to face, tongue, vocal cords back and anus can be treated by this asanan It adds confidence in your posture and your charactere Your voice also improves by performing this asanan Suffering from neck or backache this asana can relieve you from this probleme

Warning: The reader of this article should exercise all precautions before following any of the asanas from this article and the sitet To avoid any problems while doing the asanas, it is advised that you consult a doctor and a yoga instructoro The responsibility lies solely with the reader and not with the site or the writere

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