i have severe pain in my leg bone?this doesnot allow me to do any exercise?suggest something for me?i am very very very worried?????

(November 22, 2011)

Yoga For Leg Pain


Pain in the legs may be a result of various underlying ailments and diseases. It is always advised that you seek professional help to first ascertain the cause of the pain. If the cause of the leg pain is related to arthritis then you can try some simple yoga poses to help in easing this pain. Some of these asanas include doing the Pavanamuktasana (wind releasing pose) which should be done first on the right leg and then the left leg. Finally you should do this asana using both the legs. The Makarasana (Crocodile pose) and the Bhujangasana or the Cobra pose which involve stretching of one’s legs can also help in providing relief from leg pain in some cases. 

The Trikonasana or the Triangle pose can be done 2 to 3 times to get benefit for leg pain too. A good leg bone pain exercise is the Downward dog facing pose or the Adho Mukha Svanasana. Besides doing simple yoga and exercises, you should also follow a well balanced diet that is rich minerals, proteins, vitamins and other nutrients. Pranayama can also be practiced to help in relaxing the mind and body. Some good home remedies for leg pain includes ensuring that your diet is rich in calcium.

Submitted by S C on November 22, 2011 at 11:37

What Are The Causes Of Leg Pain? Are There Any Yoga Positions To Get Rid Of This Pain


Leg pain is one of the most common problems for any person because of the fact that the legs are placed under a considerable amount of stress on a daily basis in our regular schedules. There are a number of causes for leg pain such as improper blood circulation, excessive clotting, over exertion of the legs as well as traumatic injuries and environmental conditions. Diet is another factor that is likely to play a role in the development of leg pain while chronic conditions like arthritis cannot be left out.

When it comes to yoga for leg pain, there are a number of asanas or poses that will help reduce the impact it has on your lifestyle. For instance, simple pranayama is a deep breathing technique that will enhance the flow of blood throughout your body – including the legs. Heat treatments and massages are also likely to be extremely effective – especially when it comes to easing out any pain that might be present. The mountain pose is also known to be very highly regarded since it takes a lot of stress off the knees and helps dissipate leg pain. Before attempting to perform yoga, it is recommended that you consult your physician to find out if there is any risk to your person when performing these athletic poses.

Submitted by R J on November 22, 2011 at 11:31

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