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This is the crowdsourced tracker, which is one of the best tracker in india:

https://www.covid19india.org/

 

They are group of dedicated volunteers who are curating the news coming from state bulletins, press releases and news houses. They extract the details, like patient relationship to other patient (to identify local and community transmissions), travel history and status. They never include any personally identifiable data regarding the patients.

Why does covid19india.org have more postive count than MoH?

MoH updates the data at a scheduled time and they update them based on State Press Bulletins and Reliable news channels.

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Setu – Bridge; Bandha – Bind, Lock; Asana – Pose, Posture

The pose resembles a bridge, hence the name.

3D animated video of PM Narendra Modi practicing the Setu Bandhasana. The asana has many benefits like strengthening lower back muscles, improving digestion and improving cardiac function, etc.

https://youtu.be/Exyjk7hNs4c

How to do Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana)

  • To begin, lie on your back.
  • Fold your knees and keep your feet hip distance apart on the floor, 10-12 inches from your pelvis, with knees and ankles in a straight line.
  • Keep your arms beside your body, palms facing down.
  • Inhaling, slowly lift your lower back, middle back and upper back off the floor; gently roll in the shoulders; touch the chest to the chin without bringing the chin down, supporting your weight with your shoulders, arms and feet. Feel your bottom firm up in this pose. Both the thighs are parallel to each other and to the floor.
  • If you wish, you could interlace the fingers and push the hands on the floor to lift the torso a little more up, or you could support your back with your palms.
  • Keep breathing easily.
  • Hold the posture for a minute or two and exhale as you gently release the pose.

Benefits of the Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana

  • Strengthens the back muscles
  • Relieves the tired back instantaneously
  • Gives a good stretch to the chest, neck and spine
  • Calms the brain, reducing anxiety, stress and depression
  • Opens up the lungs and reduces thyroid problems
  • Helps improve digestion
  • Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause and menstrual pain
  • Helpful in asthma, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and sinusitis

Avoidance of the Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana)

  • Avoid doing this pose if you are suffering from neck and back injuries.
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https://youtu.be/V8HEW37wtqc

How to do Halasana

  1. Lie on your back with your arms beside you, palms downwards.
  2. As you inhale, use your abdominal muscles to lift your feet off the floor, raising your legs vertically at a 90-degree angle.
  3. Continue to breathe normally and supporting your hips and back with your hands, lift them off the ground.
  4. Allow your legs to sweep in a 180-degree angle over your head till your toes touch the floor. Your back should be perpendicular to the floor. This may be difficult initially, but make an attempt for a few seconds.
  5. Hold this pose and let your body relax more and more with each steady breath.
  6. After about a minute (a few seconds for beginners) of resting in this pose, you may gently bring your legs down on exhalation.

Tips for Halasana

  • Do this asana slowly and gently. Ensure that you do not strain your neck or push it into the ground.
  • Support your back on the tops of your shoulders, lifting your shoulders a little towards your ears.
  • Avoid jerking your body, while bringing the legs down.

Suggested preparatory asanas/poses before Halasana

  • Poorva Halasana or the preliminary Halasana is a preparatory asana before you practice full Halasana pose. It is relatively easy to perform.
  • Shoulder Stand (Sarvangasana) is usually done before the Halasana. To do Sarvangasana, when you lift your legs and hips off the floor, instead of taking your legs 180 degrees over your head, stretch them upwards in the air, so that you come up high on your shoulders, supporting you back with your hands. Halasana goes hand-in-hand with Sarvangasana.
  • Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana) is another asana that can be done before Halasana.

Suggested follow-up asanas/poses after Halasana

5-Benefits of the Plow Pose (Halasana)

  1. Strengthens and opens up the neck, shoulders, abs and back muscles.
  2. Calms the nervous system, reduces stress and fatigue.
  3. Tones the legs and improves leg flexibility.
  4. Stimulates the thyroid gland and strengthens the immune system.
  5. Helps women during menopause.

Avoidance of the Halasana

  • Avoid practicing Halasana if you have injured your neck, suffering from diarrhea and high blood pressure.
  • Ladies should avoid practicing Halasana during pregnancy and during the first two days of the menstrual cycle.
  • Consult a doctor before practicing Halasana if you have suffered from chronic diseases or spinal disorders in the recent past.
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