An ancient Indian that focuses on strength, flexibility, and breathing to balance our body and live a long healthy life. The main aim of international yoga day is to raise awareness about the practice and its benefits to yoga.
Some of the benefits attributed to Yoga are:
It can help improve your basal metabolism, which results in more efficient use of calories you ingest, thereby leading to the maintenance of a healthy weight and muscle strength.
Yoga is the best exercise for muscle gain and weight loss. Weight loss is a result of improved muscle tone and metabolism, resulting in an improved calorie burn. It combined with a sensible diet plan is a great way to achieve your weight goals.
Helps you in reducing stress-related problems. And gives you better peace of mind and sleep. Some of the important asanas that aid in sleep are Uttanasana, Supine Spinal Twist asana, Supta Baddha Konasana, Supta Padangusthasana, Savasana, etc.
Improved Blood Circulation
It improves blood circulation and keeps your body fit. Improved blood flow results in healthier organs and glowing skin. Some of the asanas techniques with effects on circulation are Deep Breathing, Kapalbhati, and Standing Postures.
Through practicing asanas one can become more flexible and improve muscle tone and strength, leading to a greatly improved posture.
Improved Psychological Health
It helps to relieve stress and improve memory power along with calming down the mind and body. It relaxes the body and decreases feelings of anxiety, stress, and depression.
It increases the flexibility of the muscles of the body. It stretches the muscles and tones them, thereby making them strong. Lower back pain, a common disorder, can be relieved by practicing yoga regularly.
Improvement In Gastrointestinal Health
Studies have shown that with regular practice of yoga, the digestive system is activated, and indigestion, gas, and other stomach-related diseases are eliminated.
Yoga and immunity go hand in hand. Yoga works towards healing and enhancing every cell in the body.