Patients with diabetes should do Paschimottanasana. To do this asana, spread your legs out and sit straight on a flat place. Now raise your hands upwards and breathe deeply. Now bend forward and exhale. Try to touch your toes with your hands and keep your head by your knees.
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Dhanurasana is very beneficial for diabetic sufferers. To do this asana, lie flat on the floor on your stomach. Now raise your legs along with your upper body. While raising the legs, bend your knees and also raise your hands backwards. Now hold your ankles with both your hands. Pull your feet and hands upwards as much as possible. Now you have come to the perfect position of Dhanurasana. You stay in this position for at least 15 to 20 seconds.
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The corpse position is the easiest yoga posture to control diabetes. To perform Shavasana, lie down on your back by laying a mat on the ground. Now spread both your legs and bring a gap between the feet. During this, the toes of your feet should be on the outside and the heels should be on the inside. Now keep both your hands at a distance of about one fit from the body. Keep the fingers of your hands towards the sky and keep the neck straight. Now slowly close your eyes and slowly inhale and exhale. Close your eyes and focus on your breath and keep counting in your mind. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi does not confirm the same. Before implementing these, please contact the concerned expert.)
Published by:Purnima Acharya