Yoga is an effective method of preventing angina

March 28, 2016, 2:29 p.m

Yoga has a pos­i­tive effect on the whole body. Any­one who reg­u­lar­ly devotes at least a few hours a week to the prac­tice will con­firm this. Yoga asanas effec­tive­ly help get rid of var­i­ous health prob­lems, includ­ing chron­ic ton­sil­li­tis.

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If you often get colds and eas­i­ly catch a sore throat, try to per­form at least a few exer­cis­es dai­ly aimed at strength­en­ing the throat and the immune sys­tem of the body as a whole. They are effec­tive for both pre­ven­tion and treat­ment of angi­na. The only caveat is that yoga should be prac­ticed dur­ing the recov­ery peri­od, when the main symp­toms are no longer too dis­turb­ing.

Simhasana or lion pose

When per­form­ing this asana, blood cir­cu­la­tion in the neck and lar­ynx improves, the tongue and ton­sils are mas­saged.

  • Sit on your heels. The toes are turned back. Put your hands on your knees.
  • Shift your body weight to your hips and knees.
  • Drop your chin down and touch your neck. Shoul­ders should be down.
  • Take a deep breath.
  • Straight­en your arms and place them on your knees. Tight­en your out­stretched fin­gers as much as pos­si­ble.
  • Open your mouth wide, stick out your tongue as far as pos­si­ble, try­ing to reach your chin with its tip, open your eyes as wide as pos­si­ble.
  • Look between the eye­brows or at the tip of the nose. Stay in the pose for about 30 sec­onds, breath­ing through your mouth.
  • Remove your tongue, close your mouth, relieve ten­sion from your eyes, remove your hands from your knees and straight­en your legs. Take a calm slow breath through your nose.
  • Per­form the exer­cise 3–5 times in a row.
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It is best to per­form the lion pose at the first signs of ill­ness (sore throat, dry­ness, burn­ing sen­sa­tion). If it was not pos­si­ble to stop the devel­op­ment of the dis­ease, then in order to restore health and pre­vent recur­rent dis­eases, it is rec­om­mend­ed to do the asana more often, up to 10 times a day.

Remem­ber that yoga is not a panacea. For a full recov­ery, fol­low the doc­tor’s rec­om­men­da­tions and take all pre­scribed med­ica­tions.

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