New Delhi: Motherhood is one of the most blessed experiences in life. But not everyone can experience it. Stressful life, hectic work schedules, and poor eating habits have affected the health of many. As a result, many people experience fertility problems.
According to research, maintaining a healthy lifestyle is very important if you are trying to get pregnant. A healthy lifestyle is crucial as it helps restore stamina and boosts energy levels. In the process of trying to conceive, exercises can be beneficial. When you are overweight, a reasonable exercise program with prescribed diets can help you get pregnant. The yoga pose or asana prepares your body and mind for rebirth by developing a hospitable and calm body. Positive yoga is encouraged when dealing with infertility issues.
How does yoga enhance fertility?
There are many health benefits of yoga asana. However, yoga can help with fertility-related issues in the following ways that fitness coach and sports nutritionist Hasti Singh shares:
* Yoga practices stimulate the uterus and ovaries
*Works to exercise and strengthen the back muscles
* Detoxifies the body by flushing out toxins
* Provides flexibility in the thigh and hips area
* Makes the neck muscles stronger and the spine more flexible
The genitals are supplied with more blood
* Improves mood and reduces depression, stress and mood swings
* Facilitates smooth delivery.
Try these yoga poses to boost fertility:
Seated Forward Bend Yoga Pose (Paschimottanasana) It contains exercises for the lower back, hips and hamstrings. It enhances the functions of the uterus and ovaries and relaxes the body.
“Viparita Karani” (legs against the wall) – relieves back pain and improves blood circulation in the pelvis. To do this pose, install the support on the floor next to the wall. Place your left side against the wall. The brace should be placed under your hips and lower back. Lean on your elbows and shoulders. Your palms should be facing up with your arms at your sides. Spend at least 5 minutes in this position. Exhale slowly as you go down. Take a deep breath and relax in Shavasana.