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Which yogic techniques help to cure diabetes?

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posted Jul 30, 2019 by Megana

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1. Mountain pose

  • Stand with arms down at sides and feet flat on the floor. Feet can be slightly apart.
  • Tuck the tailbone under, which will engage the abdominal, gluteal, and hamstring muscles.
  • Breathe in, extend arms up and out to the sides with palms up.
  • Exhale, while slowly bringing arms back down.

2. Downward-facing dog

  • Start on hands and knees, toes tucked under.
  • Slowly straighten the legs, pointing the hips up to the ceiling and pressing the tailbone as far away from the hands as possible.
  • The body should form an upside down "V."
  • Focus on pressing hands and feet into the floor, keeping most of the weight in the legs rather than arms. Heels do not have to touch the floor.
  • Relax back down by slowly bending the knees so that they rest on the floor in the starting position.

3. Child's pose

  • This pose is a good resting pose to do between more difficult or physically challenging yoga poses.
  • Begin by sitting on the feet, knees a few inches apart.
  • Slowly lower the head down to the mat, putting the belly on top of the thighs. Head does not have to touch the mat for beginners.
  • Slowly stretch arms forward, touching the front of the mat in front of the head.
  • Hold for 10-20 seconds.
  • Simply relax the tailbone toward the heels to stretch the lower back.

4. Bridge pose

  • Start by lying on the back, knees bent, feet flat on the floor, hip-width apart.
  • Press the heels down into the mat and lift the tailbone up so the hips and lower back are off the mat.
  • Reach hands under the hips and lace the fingers together.
  • Use the abdomen, gluteals, and hamstrings to hold the bottom and back up, then release fingers and slowly lower tailbone back down.4. 4. 
answer Jul 31, 2019 by T.venu Kumar