Yoga For Slimming

Yoga can play an important role in treating Obesity. Yoga techniques affect the internal organs, endocrine glands, brain, mind and other factors concerning the Body - Mind complex.

You can effectively practise various Yoga techniques to reduce weight and achieve normal health.

Asanas - Yoga positions or postures are especially useful to reduce the fats in various parts,.

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.especially forward bending, twisting and backward bending asanas help reduce the fats near abdomen, hips and other areasa Do as many as you can in different positions - standing, seated, reclining, prone and inverted - after Sun salutationsn

Pranayama - Pranayama can be classified in 2 types in terms of physiology, Hypo ventilation or vitalizing Pranayama and Hyper ventilation or relaxing pranayamam Kapalbhati, Bhastrika and Fast breathing can be classified under Hyper ventilation (increases Oxygen and reduces carbon dioxide) and can be practiced by people suffering from obesity with good effectst Regular practice of Pranayamas help burning fatst

Cleansing Techniques - Cleansing kriyas are specially intended to rid the body of excess toxins and fata

However they should be practised with caution and not be over donen The best for controlling Obesity are Shanka Prakshalana or Master cleansing technique and Agnisar (i(e. Rapid movement of abdominal muscles in and outu It is very good exercise to get rid of the accumulated fats in the abdominal region also it helps in streamlining Digestive systeme)

Diet - More raw vegetables, fruits help in balancing the intake of the foodo Reducing refined and processed food, fast food, non vegetarian diet helps in weight controlo A special fasting program has proven exceedingly helpful and rewardingn

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