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7 easy yoga poses to boost your immune system against Covid19

by Ankur Raven Seo Executive

The Global Covid-19 pandemic changes our life to a new normal and keeping yourself healthy in this new normal is the biggest challenge.  So what do you do to keep yourself strong enough to fight against COVID-19? What is the best way to boost your immunity against Covid-19? Confused? 



Well, there is not a single way to boost your immune but definitely, I can say that practicing yoga daily keeps you healthy and makes your immune cells stronger to fight with Coronavirus. Yoga poses have some amazing benefits and you should do it regularly in this new normal life. Keep in mind if you are doing yoga or you are a yoga instructor you must have yoga certification which actually helps you to more clients and get a certified yoga instructor. if you don't have any certification then you have many options to get a certificate like a join yoga teacher training Courses, Yttc 200 hours, and so on.


Keep in mind that yoga is not magic that shows you instant results. Don't give up in just weeks, but make it a daily life routine For getting benefits from yoga. 


Start your yoga session with some warm-up steps

  • Move your head in both clockwise and anticlockwise direction

  • Swing your arms

  • Move your waist and ankles

  • Do little jumping


7 easy yoga poses to boost your immune system against Covid19



  1. Forward Fold or Uttanasana 


Forward Fold or Uttanasana boosts your cells' energy,  providing oxygen to your brain and heart. 

Hold this posture for 20-30 seconds and take -6 deep breaths.


Advantages:

  • Boost immunity 

  • Cure sinuses problems 

  • Relieve stress and anxiety

  • Keep you refreshed


  1. Triangle pose or Trikonasana

Known for a strong immune booster, Triangle poses or Trikonasana is a yoga pose that can be done easily for 30-40 seconds. This pose makes you relaxed and refreshed and makes your shoulders, legs, and chest strong.


Try to hold on to this pose for at least 30 seconds.  Take 5-6  long breaths and repeat the steps 3 times for each leg. 


Advantages : 

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Balance blood circulation

  • Relief shoulder pain 


  1. Child pose or Shishuasana 

Child Pose is an easy yoga posture which can be done at any time you want. It helps to keeps you relaxed and refreshed. Hold on this pose for 2-3 minutes daily. 

 

Advantages 

  • Reduce back pain

  • Boost your immune cells

  • Stimulate the lymphatic system


  1. Cobra pose or Bhujangasana 

Cobra pose is a part of a sun salutation or Surya namaskar.  This poses increases your energy and opens up your heart and lungs. 

 

Advantage

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Makes your mood refreshed

  • Reduce breathing problems and helps in asthma


  1. Legs up the wall or Viparita Karani

Viprarita Karani or legs up the wall is a very simple pose but is very effective in improves immunity.  Relax your nerves and boost your immunity by holding on to this pose for 3-5 minutes. 

 

Advantage:

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Relieves migraine and insomnia

  • Reduce menstrual cramps and fertility problems. 


  1. Fish pose or Matsyasana

Known for the stimulation of the thyroid gland, Fish pose or matsyasana helps to improve your digestive system.  Hold on to this pose for 40-60 seconds for a stronger immunity system. 

Advantage:

  • Reduces fatigue and anxiety

  • Improves respiratory system

  • Reduce back pain, neck ache, and shoulder pain

 

  1. Happy baby pose or Ananda Balasana 

The happy baby pose helps to detoxify your butts and keep you calm. You can practice this yoga at the end of the session.  Breathe normal and hold this pose for 40-60 seconds. 

Advantage:

  • Reduce lower back pain

  • Relief fatigue and stress

  • Boost your immunity

 

These are some easy 7 easy yoga poses to boost your immune system against Covid19. 

Along with practicing these yoga postures, we should also maintain a healthy life by following some basic health tips.

  • Mediate regularly for 5-10 minutes

  • Take meal on time

  • Sleep and wake early

  • Drink 3-4 lots of water daily

  • Add fruits and green vegetables to the diet

So, if you have not included yoga in your daily life routine, then start it now and take a step toward keeping yourself healthy in this COVID-19 outbreak.



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