6 Yoga For Reduce Stress, Depression and Improve Sleep
Balasan for Improve Sleep
Kneel down and sit on your ankles. When comfortable, take a breath in and spread both your knees lightly. Bend forward and place your head between the two legs and exhale. Pull the tailbone away from the back of the pelvis in the opposite direction. Lift the head lightly until you feel a stretch on your back and neck. Take your arms out and spread them towards the front. Make sure that your elbows and knees are aligned. Remain in this position for 30 seconds.
Viparita Karani – legs up the wall pose
To do this posture, sit facing the wall. Then lie on your back. Raise your feet upwards and slide forward until your feet fight the wall. Keep the soles upwards. Once you are comfortable in a 90 degree angle, lift your hips and place a cushion under it. Remain in this posture for five minutes.
Uttanasana – Standing Forward Bend
Stand up with your legs spread and place your hands on the hips. Exhale and lean forward. Make sure that your head and whole body are in a straight line. Bend a little more and place your palms on the ground. If your palm is not able to reach the ground, then lean forward a bit. Be careful not to bend the knees while bending forward. Stay in this posture for 30 seconds and then stand upright.
Shavasana – Corpse Pose
Shavasana is good for our brain. To do this asana, go to the quietest corner of the house and lie on your back on the yoga mat. Spread both legs and leave both relax in their respective direction. Spread both hands on the ground and keep the palms towards the ceiling. Do not pressure the palms or feet to keep them straight. Let them be open naturally. Do not put any kind of tension in your entire body. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing process. Try to breathe through your diaphragm. While breathing, count to five and then exhale slowly while counting to five. Repeat this process until you start feeling relaxed.
Marjariasana – Cat Stretch
Practicing this asana also increases flexibility and stretching in our spine. By doing this asana, the body adopts a cat pose.
Through regular practice of this asana, our digestive system also improves.
Its practice massages the organs inside our stomach. This improves blood circulation, relaxes the mind. Sleep better and the insomnia problem disappears day by day.
Baddha Konasana – Bound Angle Pose
Baddha Konasana, Bound Angle Pose, Throne Pose, Butterfly Pose, or Cobbler’s Pose, and historically called Bhadrasana, is a seated asana in hatha yoga and modern yoga as exercise. It is suitable as a meditation seat. It completely frees you from the fatigue caused by walking or standing for long distances.