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How to Lower Blood Pressure Fast - And Naturally - Soaking Feet In Warm Water
 
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http://bpgolow.com/Virginia-Sturm-30-Ways-Naturally-Lower-BP How to Lower Blood Pressure Fast with feet soaking, breathing and meditation. That's what this video is all about. They say high BP is a silent killer. But you can feel it when your BP is dangerously high. It's an unpleasant feeling. That something isn't quite right. That something is seriously off. Perhaps a slight headache, or a ringing in your ears? And you're mentally foggier, perhaps more anxious. You're breathing probably gets heavier. So it's not quite silent. It whispers to you. This feeling doesn't happen too often, but when it does, I pull out all the stops to bring my BP down. Feet soaking worked for me a few months ago. But one YouTube subscriber commented he tried it, and it failed. And it failed for me too when I tried it just recently. Use a larger volume of water to hold the temperature warm! That was my takeaway lesson. Also, focusing on the breath helps tremendously. Slow the breathing down and extend the outbreath. The outbreath is the vehicle for calming you down. I made this video so you have an option in knowing how to lower blood pressure fast and naturally.
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POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) - Experiment with Heart Rate
 
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Experimenting with my heart rate... This one went from 65 when reclining on my bed to 115 just getting up and going to the kitchen - and I got too short of breath to stay standing up and my heart rate was staying up there - it wasnt going down - an annoying part of POTS - and I was getting chest pains with it as well. The day before I had ended up with an ambulance ride to hospital because I was really concerned about my blood pressure and my heart rate - as well as my migraine that had come on really intensely, and was getting pains up my back in my kidney area/gall bladder area as well (yes I know they are not near each other but from Kidney to gall area - even though gall bladder had been removed 11 years ago but it was that kind of pain..... ) Anyhow - that day my heart rate was going a bit nuts and was going from 40 bpm to 145 bpm which is a but too erratic really .... And it was staying UP there at about the 133 mark .... In hospital that night in the Emergency Room - I had stood up to get some tissues and everything spun and I hit the floor - the good old POTS pass out.... I had also passed out the day before at home too. I think this episode was brought on by the sudden heat hitting - being the start of summer/end of spring here in Australia - we had a couple of hot days hit all of a sudden and BOOM - down goes Shell! So also just to clarify - I get Tachycardia AND Brachycardia which is really frustrating - sometimes my heart rate can be in the high 30s, low 40s for a few days in a row - or it can be that low and then go sky high as well - and just not know what its doing - or if it does - it doesnt fill ME in on it. VERY frustrating.
♥ What’s The Best Sleep Position For Better Blood Flow and Circulation
 
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How to quickly improve your blood flow and circulation in 30 days or less, naturally! ►♥ http://drsam.co/yt/BetterBloodFlow ======================================= What’s The Best Sleep Position For Better Blood Flow & Circulation? ======================================= Most people when they get into bed, they don’t give much thought about their sleep position. They pick whatever they’re most comfortable with. Besides, most people toss and turn throughout the night, so however you may start, usually won’t be the same as when you wake up. For me, I almost always sleep on my back. Sleeping on my stomach hurts my lower back and neck. Sleeping on my sides hurts my shoulders. So, I have no choice. But if you’re concerned about improving your blood flow and circulation, especially to your heart, then the best position to sleep on is your LEFT side. This is because when your heart pumps blood out to your body, it gets circulated and then flows back to your right side of your heart. But if you sleep on your right side, the pressure of your body smashes up against the blood vessels and makes it more difficult to get the blood back to your heart. Basically, it’s more work for your heart. If you’re older, or have a weak heart or plaque buildup your arteries, then this really puts a lot more pressure and stress and could result in a heart attack or stroke while sleeping. This is also why pregnant women are told to sleep on their left side. The baby is taking up room and is pushing the mom’s organs upward, so there is less space. The mother’s heart is already working harder during the pregnancy. So sleeping on the right side, where there is already less space and extra pressure from the organs being smashed together because of the baby, could hinder blood flow to the mom’s heart, as well as the baby’s. And if you’re going to sleep on your side, you may consider using a body pillow for extra support and comfort. Click here for a natural solution: ►►http://drsam.co/yt/BetterBloodFlow Or look at these: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwnMEm_Rv6U http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ4eidWS0bw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGQtyLZSAQc ========================================­ Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends. Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins's official Youtube channel http://drsam.co/yt/subscribe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrSamRobbins Visit Dr.Sam Robbins's blog for more information on your health! http://www.drsamrobbins.com/ ======================================== Thanks DrSamRobbins
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Zero Gravity Desks Can Help Reduce Aches and Pains of Sitting All Day   YouTube 1
 
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News about how Zero Gravity Tables Can Help Reduce Aches and Pains of Sitting All Day. Posture correction with standing desk office furniture can help reduce lower back pain and adjust the body with ergonomic design. Our height adjustable tables help improve your work lifestyle while providing excellent design. Making use of our electric lift tables can help in reducing the pains and aches experienced at your place of work. Research has proved that many people who sit upright for hours can develop compression of the spinal column, but by using standing office desk, they will relieve some of the spinal pressure. Your chiropractor will help align you and standing throughout the day will help your spine feel better.  Zero Gravity Tables believes that everyone should have the freedom to sit and stand throughout the day with our electric lift, height adjustable tables.  Anybody who is required to sit at a computer work station or desk for an extended period would be familiar with the muscular cramps and neck pain that goes with the job. Sitting for hours at a single spot is not recommended for you, although it is sometimes part of the job description. We believe that wherever you can sit, you can stand. Our desks actually take up less space then regular desks but have more usable surface space. Our computer monitors are elevated from the desk and positioned properly for minimal eye stress.  If your job does not allow you to pause your working activities to do some stretching sessions, you should consider buying an adjustable height office to provide lower and middle back relieve and support for your pressure points. If you cannot move around from time to time, there will be a drop in your blood circulation. By reducing some of your pressure points, your blood circulation will flow more freely. Overall vein health will improve overtime when you use an adjustable height desk.  Getting up and moving around is the best way to maintain your blood circulation. Another thing that is necessary is to make use of a height adjustable desk to minimize your chances of developing muscular cramps or numbness which takes place when you are not getting the right amount of blood flow.  Zero Gravity Tables standing desks can help make a difference in your life. Learn more about making our desks part of your physical well being by adding standing desks to your work lifestyle. Visit us online - http://www.zerogravitytables.com About Us Zero Gravity Tables http://www.zerogravitytables.com/deluxe-electric-lift-table/ Los Angeles, CA Contact Information Zero Gravity Tables www.zerogravitytables.com Los Angeles, CA
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Standing forward bend DEMO
 
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A demo of how to practice a Standing Forward Bend pose and its benefits and challenges. Releases tight hamstrings and lower back, calming, restorative and re-energises the mind! Take care with low blood pressure coming up and Pregnancy take legs extra wide and soften knees more.
Padahastasana / Standing Forward Bend 01
 
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"Pada" = Feet, it can also be translated as "hand to feet pose" 
Padahastasana brings you back to earth. Benefits:
- you can control your weight 
- Strengthen the thighs and knees
- Stretch the hamstrings and hips
- Stimulate the liver and kidneys
- it calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression
- Improves digestion and helps relieve the symptoms of menopause
- Reduces fatigue, relieves headache and insomnia
- Therapeutic for asthma, high blood pressure, infertility, osteoporosis, and sinusitis All forward bends can calm you and give a certain energy flow to your backside. Cautions: Any injury ask your doctor. High & low blood pressure, fever, diarrhea, menstruation and operations.
Pregnancy: Only if u have bodywork experience.
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Yoga Pose - Standing Wide Angle with Twist
 
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A demonstration of the Standing Wide Angle with Twist pose with details on breathing and some tips. (More details at AudioYoga.com) This is a great pose for your hamstrings, lower back and shoulders. It's excellent for loosening and strengthening breathing muscles and for helping open up the upper body for better balance. Not for people with unhealed lower back injuries, pregnant women or for people with high blood pressure. See our site, AudioYoga.com, for more details on this pose (and others), free print outs for your printer, routines, tips, mp3s, a community and shopping. Also see our site for caveats about this pose and about yoga in general. Join us on: Facebook: "Yoga without Duct Tape" Page Twitter: @YogaSnacks
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Yoga For Insomnia | Shoulder Stand Pose | Yoga Tak
 
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Shoulder Stand Pose or Sarvangasana is also known as 'Queen' of all asanas. This asana is the best pose for people who are suffering from sleep disorder or Insomina. It strengthens the heart and respiratory system, improves blood circulation, reduces constipation and increases strength and flexibility of your body. It also helps to tone and stretch the entire body by working against the force of gravity. It also provides relief from certain problems, such as asthma, shortness of breath and heavy breathing. Junk foods and other fast foods result in digestive problems. Better digestion improves the overall health of the individual. Improvement in diet and relieves anaemia. Shoulder stand is better done in the early hours of the morning, as it relieves fatigue associated with little or excess sleep. Relief from seminal weakness and improvement in virility are the other benefits. Standing on the shoulders provides good sleep, when practiced in the evening. It helps to treat back related problems and back ache. About Yoga Tak : Get your daily dose of Yoga postures which will not only make you healthy but also rejuvenate from within. Stay tuned to our channel for learning more about yoga to give yourself a mental, physical and spiritual peace. Yoga Instructor: Garima Bhandari Director: Austin Paul Camera: Abhishek Tripathi Editing: Piyush Choudhary Producer: Akshay Kaushik Creative Head: Tanisha Sangha Copyrights: India Today Group Digital DON'T MISS ANY VIDEO FROM YOGA TAK Subscribe To Us on Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/yogatak Like Us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/yogatakofficial/ Follow Us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/yogatak Follow Us on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/yogatakofficial/
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Yoga Inversions Routine: 180 Flip (intermediate level)
 
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N.B. If you suffer from glaucoma, neck injuries or had a recent stroke in your medical history, or if you are menstruating, refrain from practicing inversions. This Yogea Sequence targets key inversions. Standing, sitting and reclining postures are re-examined and performed with an inverted slant to relieve back and neck pain. A fluid flow of postures introduces practitioners into a gentle warm-up that prepares the cervical spine to perform a 180 degree flip. As a result the cardiovascular, lymphatic, endocrine and nervous systems are stimulated simultaneously. Shoulder openers and hamstring stretches, hip and glute openers, quad toners, balancing poses and mild twists are interspersed to create a well-rounded practice with an emphasis on reversal of gravity. The select inverted poses improve lung tissue quality by encouraging delivery of fresh blood to the heart. They promote efficient circulation by successfully ventilating the upper lungs and ensuring more oxygen-to-blood exchange that promotes healthier tissue, relieves the heart of some of the duties and temporarily lowers blood pressure and heart rate. The practice culminates into assuming the royal "asanas", like shoulder-stand, headstand and plow, which are responsible for waste removal, immune-system response and fluid balance. The endocrine system is stimulated as hormone delivery increases. The thyroid and parathyroid glands perform with optimal efficiency, regulating the metabolism. The sequence also stimulates the pituitary gland, which is the master gland in charge of positive well-being. Stagnant blood in the body unclogs, bones are strengthened and skin tone is enhanced. Stress levels drop as the height of the individual is maintained and his core subtly toned. As a result there is sharper focus, calmer brain, improved sleep and digestion. The sequence ends with an inversion that drains the sinuses and the lymph system and moves blood back into the heart, improving concentration and memory and boosting clear thinking.
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How Does Inversion Therapy or Hanging Upside Down Help Back Pain?
 
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Source: https://www.epainassist.com If the body is oscillated or moved up and down on an inversion table, it causes a pumping action which helps the fluids around the spinal discs to expel the waste out and help in spreading the fluid around the discs. Also Read: 1. Inversion Therapy for Back Pain http://www.epainassist.com/back-pain/inversion-therapy-for-back-pain 2. Inversion Therapy for For Hair Growth http://www.epainassist.com/alternative-therapy/inversion-therapy-for-hair-growth 3. Shirshasana (Headstand) Versus Inversion Therapy http://www.epainassist.com/articles/shirshasana-headstand-vs-inversion-therapy-using-inversion-table
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Orthostatic hypotension
 
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Orthostatic hypotension (/ˌɔrθəˈstætɪkˌhaɪpəˈtɛnʃən/) , also known as postural hypotension, orthostasis, and colloquially as head rush or dizzy spell, is a form of hypotension in which a person's blood pressure suddenly falls when standing up or stretching. In medical terms, it is defined as a fall in systolic blood pressure of at least 20 mm Hg or diastolic blood pressure of at least 10 mm Hg when a person assumes a standing position. The symptom is caused by blood pooling in the lower extremities upon a change in body position. It is quite common and can occur briefly in anyone, although it is prevalent in particular among the elderly, and those with low blood pressure. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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One Minute Relief -  Seated Side Stretch to energize arms and increase breath to lungs
 
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Seated Side Stretch - brought to you by Wellness Direct Benefits * Stretches side body (obliques), ribs, shoulders and arms * Lengthens spine and brings fresh blood flow to upper extremities of the body * Allows for increased expansion of the lungs on the side that is being stretched which refreshes the oxygen in the lower lobes of the lungs * Calms body and relieves stress and anxiety * Stimulates lymph flow in the underarm area * Releases tension in the back. Breathing into the back stimulates relaxation and gives the upper and lower back a bit of a massage by the expansion and contraction of the ribs with the full breath * Lengthens spine and brings fresh blood flow to upper extremities of the body * Stimulates nervous system * Massages and stimulates internal organs providing improved blood flow and fresh oxygen Cautions * Not recommended for disc problems; foward bends put pressure on lower back disc * Consult your doctor or physiotherapist if you suffer from disc problems or sciatica. This stretch may aggrevate or help these conditions. Each person is different. Stop right away if you feel back pain of any kind * Untreated low or high blood pressure; consult physician * Not recommended if there is abdominal or lower back injury * If dizziness occurs, stop and consult physician; you may have a blood pressure issue * Not advised to do after just eating or on a full stomach Key Points * Soften down and lengthen up from the waist * Soften gaze * Breathe slowly and deeply through nose * Sit comfortably on front or centre of chair allowing room for movement * Keep back of head and lower back lined up and stacked - Imagine you are lengthening up and over along a wall - keep body along that imaginary wallInhale to lengthen up and exhale to extend over * Sitting bones are rooted softly in seat - if standing then keep lower pelvis neutral on left and right side * Once you have done this for a while and are comfortable, hold side bend for a few breaths if possible; this will accentuate the stretch, blood flow and attention to the side body Instructions 1. Start in neutral sitting or standing position 2. Bring awareness to nostril breathing 3. Allow your body to lengthen from the waist up, on the inhale. You should feel this expansion happening on all inhales. This is subtle but present 4. Gaze is softened 5. If you are on a chair bring yourself to the front it so that you have lots of room to stretch with your upper body 6. Starting on an inhale, raise the left arm up along the the left side, lengthening up. Your palm of the left hand starts out facing up. When it is directly above you it is facing the floor. The right hand is helping to support you by holding onto the seat or arm of your chair if you are sitting. If you are standing then keep right hand along right side of body. 7. As the arm reaches directly above you start to exhale over to the right side keeping the left sitting bone rooted down and imagining that your back body is on a wall. Keep both shoulders back 8. With each exhale, allow yourself to soften into your roots of your sitting or standing position, letting go of any tension you may be holding in your bottom area 9. Make sure the pelvis is neutral on the left and right side in your seat or standing 10. Do not lean over too much on the right side. The stretch comes from lengthening up and over. Soften both sitting bones down with equal balance of weight on them as you go over 11. Inhale the arm back up to directly over the head and exhale it back to starting position 12. Repeat on the opposite side 13. Gaze is forward for beginners 14. If you are very comfortable and do not have any neck strain you may look up to the palm of the hand that is stretching over. This will provide a stretch to the neck Consider This * The side body needs to be stretched as well. Just by stretching from time to time, you are energizing and stimulating the organs in the trunk of the body. You are also strengthening and strengthening the oblique muscles on the sides of the body. Side stretches also stretch the lungs which helps to bring fresh oxygen to the lower lobes where we sometimes have 'stale' air that needs to be moved.
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The Power Wheelchair Comparison | Tilt &  Recline
 
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Power wheelchair users and people in the industry discuss the importance of having tilt and recline functions available for all power wheelchair users.
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Yoga for Joints' Health: Folding Canvas (open level)
 
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This Yogea routine targets all the joints in the body equally and integrates Qi-Gong kinetic meditation and warm up practices with yoga asana. It starts standing to promote a strong sense of center and prepare the main joints for action. Standing, sitting, kneeling and reclining circular movements of the joints boost the production of synovial fluid, while lunges and standing poses build strength and flexibility, while stretching and cushioning the joints with connective tissue. A series of forward and back bends, twists and semi-reclining poses tone the muscles and expand the mobility range to facilitate proper articulation of the ball & socket, and hinge joints. Soothing forward bends and hip openers alternate with shoulder and neck stretches to bring an overall sense of freedom of motion and imagination. The sequence ends with creative visualization cultivating a quality of buoyancy and freeing up space for purposeful action. http://yogea.blogspot.com/2013/11/folding-canvas.html
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Are Recliners Bad for Your Back?
 
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Free Recliner Buying Guide: https://hubs.ly/H0fc17_0 At the end of a long day, nothing feels better than putting your feet up and relaxing. But when you get out of your chair you may notice pain in your lower back. This might cause you to ask, “Are recliners bad for your back?” In our video we will cover the three steps to finding the best recliner for your back. • Feet Elevation • Lumbar Support • Body Fit Follow Furniture Academy on Instagram: https://goo.gl/XEYdh7 La-Z-Boy Interior Design Service: https://hubs.ly/H0fc0-j0 Visit La-Z-Boy Home Furnishings & Décor: https://hubs.ly/H0fc0xb0
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Weight Loss Yoga Routine: Trim & Tone (intermediate level)
 
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This intermediate Yogea sequence offers a blend of isometric exercises paired with gluteus and thigh strengtheners, abdominal toners, and fat-burning breathing techniques to stimulate the natural mechanisms of the body for weight loss. Traditional poses are augmented with innovative binds, twists, and forward bends executed in a repetitive flow of contraction and release. Horizontal stretches engage the stomach muscles in tandem with the oblique and transverse abdominals. The gluteus is strengthened via elongation and relaxation of the lumbar spine. A series of standing postures alternate with deep squats to build up the quadriceps. Externally rotated hip flexors engage the adductors and abductors. The hamstrings are strengthened and lengthened through a blend of forward and back bends. Stamina building transitions chisel the upper arms and elongate the calves. The front of the body is toned while the background body rendered supple. Shoulder openers are combined with hip stretches, and detoxifying twists accompany reclining and standing poses. The focus is on building strong muscles, while creating lean and flexible musculature. By harnessing a silky energy that is powerful and elastic practitioners have the opportunity to stimulate the organs and trim the excess fat. The result is a radiant, detoxified and harmonious self.
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Yoga To Re-energize Mind, Body And Soul | Reclined Bound Angle Pose | Yoga Tak
 
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Reclined Bound Angle Pose Or Supta Baddha Konasana is a deeply relaxing yoga position that is recommended for people of all age groups.This pose stretches the inner thigh muscles and improves blood circulation. It opens the chest, allowing for deeper breathing and improve oxygen flow. This posture is particularly beneficial for those with asthma and heart disease. It also positively stimulates the digestive organs, and improves digestion. Practicing Supta Baddha Konasana at the end of a long day can be deeply renewing and rejuvenating to your mind, body, and spirit. Avoid practicing this pose if you have a knee, lower back, shoulder, or hip injury. Women who are pregnant should keep their head and chest raised in the pose by resting on a cushion. Women who have just given birth should avoid practicing this pose for at least eight weeks or until the pelvic muscles become firm again. About Yoga Tak : Get your daily dose of Yoga postures which will not only make you healthy but also rejuvenate from within. Stay tuned to our channel for learning more about yoga to give yourself a mental, physical and spiritual peace. Yoga Instructor: Garima Bhandari Director: Austin Paul Camera: Abhishek Tripathi Editing: Piyush Choudhary Producer: Akshay Kaushik Creative Head: Tanisha Sangha Copyrights: India Today Group Digital DON'T MISS ANY VIDEO FROM YOGA TAK Subscribe To Us on Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/yogatak Like Us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/yogatakofficial/ Follow Us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/yogatak Follow Us on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/yogatakofficial/
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Abs Toning Yoga Routine: Zip The Core (open level)
 
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This Yogea Abs Toning sequence offers a unique blend of pulsing abdominal twists, pelvic tilts and intercostals' extensions and varied core strengtheners engaging the front of the body and the buttocks. The sequence kicks off with forearm plank exercise to fire up the front and side abdominals. It integrates kneeling core strengtheners that work simultaneously on the upper and lower body. Lateral twists alternate with subtle hip openers to lengthen and strengthen the sides of the waist. Standing balances and seated poses are linked with supported backbends to create a sense of equilibrium and openness. Supine belly toners firm the entire torso and reclining twists decompress the spine evening both sides out. Comforting forward bends sooth the body and the mind and create a strong center of integrity and radiance. The flow introduces an effect of "pulsing and bouncing" into the pose to prepare the ligaments for deeper stretch. No relaxation is offered as this is an invigorating practice to get you up and going. http://yogea.blogspot.com/2013/06/zip-core.html
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Yoga Asana Lab: Twists (seated spinal twist, lord of the fishes pose, reclining twist)
 
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Welcome to Yogea Asana Lab. This segment features 3 twists -- Seated spinal twist -- Marichasana; Lord of the Fishes pose -- Matsyendrasana; reclining twist - Jathara Parivartanasana. All three poses rinse the system, soaking it in fresh blood as they flush away toxins from the lower abdominal cavity, and promote detoxification, digestion, and elimination. The squeezing action channels oxygen to the brain and purifies the gastrointestinal tract from toxic accumulation. These twists decompress the lower back and allow even elongation through both sides of the waist, while nourishing the inter-vertebral disk to boost up collagen production and increase the synovial fluid. As a result you achieve better cushioning of the vertebrae. Spiritually, twists allow us to curve our awareness inwards into the inner self, so we can see what needs release and renewal. The first pose Marichasana is performed with one leg extended into staff pose with the sitting bones evenly grounding into the floor, while the other leg bends in the knee joint and crosses over so that the outside edge of the bent leg presses into the outside thigh of the extended leg. As the oppositional pull is established the spine gains more length and allows the twisting action to initiate from the hip joint and not the lower back. As you inhale you lengthen, on the exhale you twist, while keeping the shoulders aligned and even and engaging the muscles of both legs. The pose exerts a grounding and purifying effect on the whole body and is best suited for the winding down section of the class. Lord of the Fishes pose has different variations, but it is important to have both sitting bones on the floor while bending both knees and crossing one leg over, so that the bottom leg forms a triangular base and the top leg is folded with the knee pointing up. Once you attain the even release of both sit bones, you are ready to lengthen the entire spine, moving the shoulders away from the years, and then to begin the twisting action from the pelvis, while softening the ribs and taking any arm or bind variation you want. The pose is a combination of a twist and a hip opener, as the subtle action of coiling around your axis with both knees bent gives you a gentle gluteus stretch, too. You can use your arm to enhance the oppositional pull by crossing the upper arm and outer thigh and elongating through the sides of the waist. It has a deep detoxifying and oxygenating effect and can help you remove unwanted emotional residue harboring in your lower abdomen and pelvis. The pose is well suited after the middle section of the class when your body is warmed up and lengthy enough to appreciate a deep twist. Reclining twist is an excellent pacifying toxic expeller. Because in it we have yielded to gravity we have a safe base from which to amplify the twisting action. There are different variations for this pose, but whether you perform it with a double bind or simply by extending one leg while flexing the foot and overcrossing the other leg in a perpendicular line with the knee you will reap the same spongy benefits. If you choose to have both legs straight you have to even the pelvis out, squaring the hips while reclining and extending one leg into the floor and the other leg in the opposite direction. As you engage through both muscles you will feel a pleasant lengthening of the lower back, stretching of the gluteus and squeezing of the intestines. This pose is best suited at the conclusive section of the class, before relaxation pose as it decompresses the spine and detoxifies the body in a calming and cooling way. If your lower back is tender, don't hesitate to venture into this pose before a long day of working and sitting at the desk. Yogea Asana Lab is not a yoga routine and should be regarded solely as an educational platform to reinforce proper postural alignment and improve the quality of your practice. The approach is integrated as poses are grouped into different targeted categories. Each set of poses is demonstrated only on one side. The route of assuming poses and releasing through counter-poses is mapped clearly and slowly, allowing time for assimilation and grasping. The main objective is to guide you in and out of poses safely and smoothly, as well as to acquaint you with basic anatomical and energetic principles that weave the geometry of every asana. In turn, you will be able to perform the Yogea routines with clarity, precision and abandonment. As you follow the tips of proper alignment you will feel more stable, ready to deepen your practice and eager to transition gracefully from one stage to the next both on the mat and in life.
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Tummy tuck and sleeping position by Dr. Hourglass, Houston, Austin, Dallas, San Antonio
 
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In a tummy tuck surgery, excess abdominal skin and fat will be removed. An incision will be made. As you will notice, the skin will be tightened resulting in a flatter, tighter and firmer abdomen. It is important to make sure that there is very little tension applied on the incision area, so it can heal properly with only minimal scarring. During tummy tuck, the surgeon will tighten your abdominal muscles and connective tissue and needs to set the tension in such a way to make it taut so as to determine exact amount of loose skin be removed and to set the tension for the closure. This will help in controlling scar location and appearance. There are things that you can do to minimize scarring so it does not expand. You need to know what you can and cannot do when sleeping or doing other activities. The abdominal skin is pulled tightly during tummy tuck so you need to strictly follow instructions so the incision does not stretch and leave you with hypertrophic scars. The best sleeping position is reclining, not flat on your back, because that causes the wound to be stretched. If you do not have a reclining chair, you can use pillows to provide the elevation needed for your head, upper body and under your knees. This position will keep your body flexed at the waist. Do not spend too much time lounging. Be mobile as soon as you can. Get up, walk around with your hip flexed, as this will help improve circulation and prevent blood clots after surgery. When you get up, it is best to roll on your side so that you do not put pressure on the incision site. As mentioned earlier, walk with your back bent over as this will help minimize stretching of the scar. If you follow these instructions, this will greatly help in the healing process and appearance of the scar. HOURGLASS TV SCHEDULE Make sure that you connect with us on the hourglass TV: Monday: Bootyman 6:00 P.M. CST on YouTube Tuesday: Wonder Breasts 6:00 P.M. CST on YouTube Wednesday: Star Bodies 6:00 P.M. CST on YouTube Thursday: Hourglass operating room and Shoddy 6:00 P.M. CST on YouTube Friday: Superhourglass 6:00 P.M. CST on YouTube LIVE BROADCAST SURGERIES ALL WEEK ALL DAY on: Facebook live: Dr. Wilberto Cortes Periscope: Dr. Wilberto Cortes (@drhourglass) Snapchat: drhourglass (dr cortes) WEBSITES To view Dr. Cortes's impressive results, you can log on to his multiple websites: 1. http://www.rejuvenusaesthetics.com 2. http://www.hourglasstummytuck.com 3. http://www.babygotbutt.com 4. http://www.wonderbreastreduction.com 5. http://www.wonderbreastlift.com 6. http://www.bestbreastsandbutts.com 7. http://www.miscurvaslatinas.com CONTACT US: You can contact his office by email at cosmeticinfo@drhourglass.com. Phone #: 713-636-2729. Text message: 713-636-2729. Also, you can contact him through social media, including direct messaging through Instagram at dr_cortes, Facebook Messenger at Dr. Wilberto Cortes, and WhatsApp at 936-499-8075. To view Dr. Cortes's impressive results, you can also follow him on the following social media sites. SOCIAL MEDIA: To view Dr. Cortes's impressive results, you can also follow him on the following social media sites: Facebook – Dr. Wilberto Cortes https://www.facebook.com/RejuvenusAesthetics Twitter- @drhourglass https://twitter.com/drhourglass Instagram- dr_cortes https://www.instagram.com/dr_cortes/ YouTube - Wilberto Cortes M.D. https://www.youtube.com/user/drcortespatients YouTube - Wilberto Cortes https://www.youtube.com/user/rejuvenus Snapchat – Dr. Cortes drhourglass Whats’ app - 936-499-8075 Linkedin - Wilberto Cortes Google Plus- Dr. WilbertoCortesLive https://plus.google.com/105096590874714404837/about Vimeo- Wilberto Cortes https://vimeo.com/user11720204 Pinterest- Dr. Wilberto Cortes Plastic Surgeon https://www.pinterest.com/drcortes76/ Periscope- Dr. Wilberto Cortes - @drhourglass #HASHTAGS: #drhourglass, #drcortes, #superhourglass, #bootyman, #starbodies, #wonderbreasts, #bestplasticsurgeon, #breast augmentation, #tummytuck, #brazilianbuttlift, #liposuction
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Yoga To Reduce Weight | Downward Facing Dog | Yoga Tak
 
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The "Downward Facing Dog" or Adho Mukha Svanasana is most often performed as a part of Surya namaskaras. The “Downward Facing Dog” can be practiced as a preparatory pose for the standing poses, or to warm-up the muscles before a session of yoga. In many yoga styles this pose is repeated several times during a yoga class. Since the head is brought lower than the pelvis this posture is normally classified as an inversion pose. About Yoga Tak : Get your daily dose of Yoga postures which will not only make you healthy but also rejuvenate from within. Stay tuned to our channel for learning more about yoga to give yourself a mental, physical and spiritual peace. Yoga Instructor: Garima Bhandari Director: Austin Paul Camera: Abhishek Tripathi Editing: Piyush Choudhary Producer: Akshay Kaushik Creative Head: Tanisha Sangha Copyrights: India Today Group Digital DON'T MISS ANY VIDEO FROM YOGA TAK Subscribe To Us on Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/yogatak Like Us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/yogatakofficial/ Follow Us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/yogatak Follow Us on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/yogatakofficial/
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5 Yoga poses for Diabetes
 
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Padahastasana (Forward-bend posture) Sthiti for all standing Asanas: To begin this posture, you should first come to Tadasana (Mountain Pose). Keep your feet either together or toes slightly apart. Expand chest and drop the shoulders down to a relaxed position. Keep the neck straight. Fingers together, pointed downward and palms stretched along the thighs by the sides. Chin up, gaze straight ahead and relax your face. Steps: With inhalation raise both the arms sideways upto shoulder level with palms facing down Raise the arms up above the head with biceps touching ears, palms facing forward and stretch your body upward as you inhale Bend forward from your hip joint till the trunk comes parallel to the ground as you exhale Bend further till the palms can rest next to your feet and forehead touches the knees, keep the legs straight. Breathe normally in the final position, minimum of 5 breaths up to 15 breaths. With inhalation raise the head and hands together, trunk parallel to the ground. Raise further up to vertical position of the body with slow and continuous inhalation Bring the arms down to shoulder level with exhalation Exhale as you bring the arms completely down, come back to sthiti and relax. Benefits: Makes the spine flexible, strengthens the thighs. Reduces girth and slims down the waist and hip muscles. Good for digestive, gastric and intestinal problems. Useful in treating diabetes and improves liver function. Caution: Those with vertigo, severe degree of hypertension and heart diseases, cervical spondylosis and disc prolapse to avoid this posture. Trikonasana (Triangle posture) Sthiti: Tadasana Steps: With inhalation take a step to your right by about a meter and raise both arms up to shoulder level simultaneously Slowly bend laterally to the right side until the right hand reaches the right foot and the left arm is straight up in line with the right arm, palm facing forward. Stretch up the left arm and gaze along the fingers. Breathe normally in the final position, minimum of 5 breaths up to 15 breaths. With inhalation slowly come up, bringing arms parallel to the ground Exhale and come back to sthiti Repeat on the left side. Benefits: Helps in preventing flat foot, strengthens the waist,calf and thigh muscles, makes the spine flexible, corrects curvature of the back. Good for diabetes, respiratory ailments and urinary disorders. Good in treating constipation and enhances appetite. Caution: People who have undergone abdominal surgery, suffering from sciatica or slipped disc may avoid this posture. Parivrtta trikonasana (Crossed triangle posture) Sthiti: Tadasana Steps: With inhalation spread the legs apart by about a meter by moving the right leg away from the left. Balance the body weight equally on your feet. Raise your arms bringing them up to shoulder level, palms facing downward. Turn from the waist towards your left side at 90 degrees without moving your feet. With exhalation, take the right hand down to the ground on the outside of the left foot, with the left arm raised up to vertical position.Turn the face up and gaze at the left finger tips, breath normally, minimum of 5 breaths up to 15 breaths. Slowly come up with inhalation with arms parallel to the ground Turn forward from the waist, balancing your body weight on both your feet Bring the arms down Take the right foot back next to the left foot coming back to sthiti. Repeat the same with other side. Benefits: Good for digestive disorders. Useful in treating diabetes. Improves kidney function and helps strengthen thigh muscles and relaxes stiffness in torso muscles. Caution: Those with heart problems, hypertension and spinal problems should avoid. Vakrasana Sthiti for all sitting postures: Dandasana. Sit with legs stretched, feet together, palms pressing on the ground by the side of buttocks, back erect, chin up and gaze straight ahead. Steps: Bend the left leg a
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A Very Short Online Yoga Class For Hips
 
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In this very short online yoga class, I lead you through a sequence of a few postures that will help to open your hips. The class includes a sun salute, half moon pose, a standing split, a knee lunge and downward facing dog, and child's pose. Please note that you have more time, you can enhance the benefits of the sequence by repeating it up to 3 times. Once you commit the sequence to memory, you can also play around with holding each poster for longer. The knee lunge is especially effective to hold for 2-5 minutes to get deep into your hip flexor. If you enjoy this class check out my other very short yoga classes for energy and flow, shoulders, digestion and balance. For complete instructional online yoga classes in which I guide you through 30-minute practices teaching you every pose in detail, I invite you to become a member of my method. You can join the Julie Wilcox Method at www.juliewilcoxmethod.com. Level 1 is for beginner/intermediate students. Level 2 is for intermediate/advanced students and the Specialty level offers yoga for hips, back pain, neck pain, high blood pressure, shoulders, restorative yoga, travel work and more! As a member of the JWM you also get my online HIIT cardio workouts and toning exercises as well as hundreds of my healthy recipes. If you need structure, you can follow the JWM yoga, fitness and meal calendars/plans. You can also customize your own lifestyle by picking and choosing what you want from the JWM database. The JWM is designed to help you get in shape, lose weight, be flexible, gain strength and look great. Through hundreds of yoga classes, fitness workouts and the JWM meals plans, you will burn tons of calories and see your body transform! Get Fit. Be Flexible. Eat Right.
Views: 19958 Julie Wilcox
XXL-Rehab Stand Tall
 
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Strongly engineered and functionally designed exclusively for bariatric users! The XXL-Rehab Stand Tall is a multi-functional aid. It can be used for walking, mobilising from seated to standing, it is safe to use, gives independence and has an IV option. Maximum weight capacity up to 325 kg.
Views: 1769 Cobi Rehab
Posture and ectopic heart beats
 
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In this video, Dr Sanjay Gupta discusses why some people have more ectopics in certain postures such as lying on your left side, lying on the right side and also when bending forwards. My name is Sanjay Gupta, my website is www.yorkcardiology.co.uk and my Facebook page is yorkcardiology@gmail.com
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Yoga - Vrikshasana, Tree Pose (Body Fitness)
 
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Vrikshasana, Learn and practice yoga at... http://www.iyogaclass.com/ A few hundred years ago, when everyone in agrarian societies walked and worked for hours at a time on their farms, there was little need to begin or end a day with standing yoga postures. But today most of us have sedentary jobs and are sorely in need of more exercise than we can get sitting at a desk. This pose speaks volumes not only for your state of physical balance, but also for your emotional and mental balance. Standing quietly on one foot is not as easy as it sounds. Benefits of this asana: this asana give a sense of balance and poise, tones the legs, strengthens calves ankles and spine, increases concentration, stretches inner thighs, chest, shoulders, groin, and arms. Aligns head, spine and hip. Therapeutic application: sciatica, flat feet Contraindications: headache, insomnia, low blood pressure, high blood pressure ( arms should not be raised up). Please subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/iyogaclass?feature=mhee Follow us on facebook : http://www.facebook.com/iyogaclass Follow us on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/iyogaclass
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Yoga for Hormones / Endocrine -Namaste Yoga 199 Benefits of Yoga Series  Hormones Endocrine System
 
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Full info: http://www.melissawest.com/?ap_id=YogaYak Subscribe for updates: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=yogayak Props Needed: bolster, 2 blocks Yoga Asanas/Postures: Supta Baddha Konasana/reclined bound angle pose over bolster, Windshield wiper legs, Setu Bandha Sarvangasana/Supported Bridge Pose), Chakki Chalanasana/moving the grinding wheel, Pineal Gland Kriya, Prasarita Padottanasana/Wide-legged standing forward fold, Ardha Dhanurasana/Half Bow Pose, Matsyasana/Fish Pose, Ardha Matsyendrasana/half lord of the fishes pose, Alternate Nostril Breathing/nadi sodhana Namaste Yoga 199 Benefits of Yoga Series: Hormones/Endocrine System Intermediate Class Your endocrine system secretes hormones directly into your bloodstream. Your endocrine glands run through the central channel of your body balancing your chemical makeup. As many of you know if any of your hormones are off a bit, it can throw off your whole being physically, emotionally, and mentally. You've heard that quote, "I love it when my brain chemicals and hormones are just right and I can actually just enjoy life." Starting from the base of your spine you have the sex glands, the testes for men and the ovaries for women. Moving up to the area of your solar plexus are the adrenals and the pancreas. At your heart center is your thymus and your artial heart glands. At your throat are your thyroid and parathyroid. And at your third eye are your pineal gland and pituitary gland. In women the sex glands are two almond-shaped ovaries located roughly in the middle of the pelvic cavity. The ovaries secrete estrogen and progesterone. Estrogen and progesterone create women's female sexual characteristics and influence behaviour. For men their testes secrete androgens, testosterone, androsterone stimulate and maintain sexual characteristics and influence behaviour. Many people have heard about adrenal glands because of adrenal fatigue. Your adrenals sit on top of your kidneys at the base of your ribs on the back of your body. The main part of your adrenal glands activate your fight or flight response through epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine. This increases your blood pressure and respiration and gets your muscles ready for action, not to mention slow down your digestion. Your pancreas is a 6-inch long tongue-shaped gland. If you put one hand slightly above your navel and another around the left side of your waist, this is basically where your pancreas sits. Your pancreas produces insulin and glucagon. Insulin lowers your blood sugar levels by increasing the transport of glucose across cell membranes (especially your liver and muscle cells) therefore giving your body energy. Glucagon raises your blood sugar levels. The pancreas produces about a liter of pancreatic enzymes which are delivered to the duodenum through ducts for the digestion of food. Your artial heart also secretes hormones to regulate body fluids. Your thymus gland sits behind your sternum on top of your heart. It is extremely important for your immunity. Your thyroid sits at the base of your neck. Your thyroid gland has a tremendous effect on your body's metabolic rate. Your parathyroid sits right behind the upper and lower part of your thyroid. It controls the levels of calcium and the concentration of phosphate in your body. Your pituitary gland is a small pea-sized gland that is connected by a stalk to the hypothalamus. It lies behind your nasal cavity, slightly in front of the midline of your head. Your pituitary gland controls blood pressure, some aspects of pregnancy and childbirth including breast milk production, sex organ function in both males and females, thyroid gland function, conversion of food into energy (metabolism), water regulation in your body, water balance by your kidneys, temperature regulation, and pain relief. Your pineal gland is located slightly behind and above your pituitary gland. The pineal gland is affected by exposure to light and so helps with your sleep/wake cycle. It is responsible for secreting melatonin which helps you to sleep at night. Resource: Yoga Mind, Body and Spirit by Donna Farhi
Yoga digestion boosting routine: Metabolic Rush (open level)
 
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http://yogea.org/metabolic-rush/ This Yogea targeted sequence integrates breathing techniques and asana to aid optimal digestion, assimilation and excretion. It starts off with purifying "pranayama" that boosts metabolism, generates body heat and speeds up the detoxification processes in the body. Belly toners, standing bound twists and backbends help the body generate enzymes to fuel the breakdown of food and facilitate alkalinity and nutrient absorption. Innovative seated twists and squats massage the bowels and help regulate ph levels. Deep forward folds aid elimination and promote healthy gaseous exchange. Semi-inversions get the blood circulating and supine fetal positions open the downward flow to bring physical release and mental resolve.
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Yoga for Stability, Harmony & Balance of the Mountains -Shailaputri Durga -Namaste Yoga 182
 
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Full class info: http://www.melissawest.com/namaste-yoga-182/?ap_id=YogaYak Subscribe for updates: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=yogayak Shailaputri Durga: Stability, Harmony and Balance of the Mountains The first form of Durga is Shailaputri, which means the daughter of the mountains. (putri = daughter, shaila = mountains). In her first incarnation she lived the life as Shiva's wife and threw herself into the fire as we told the story in epidsode 152 of Namaste Yoga Today we will focus on her second incarnation as also Parvati, wife of Shiva, mother of Ganesha and Kartikeya. This time she is known as the absolute form of Mother Nature and the daughter of the Himalaya. She has a half moon on her forehead and holds a trident in her right hand and a lotus flower in her left hand as she rides Nandi, Shiva's bull. Shailaputri is celebrated on the first day of Navaratri. During this celebration focus is kept on the muladhara chakra/root chakra as this is the starting point for any spiritual discipline but also for the grounding of mountain of Shailaputri. One of the primary mythological functions of Durga is to combat any demons who threaten the stability of the cosmos. For us, this stability can be physical, mental, emotional, energetic, or spiritual. Through our yoga practice we practice to find stability, not just physically, but also mentally, emotionally, energetically and spiritually. Nearly all of Durga's myths associate her with the mountains. Usually the Himalayas or the Vindhyas. The Mountains are said to be remote and inaccessible except through heroic efforts and so it is no surprise that our heroine Shailaputri Durga resides in such a place that requires courageous and heroic efforts to habitate. Today, through mountain pose we will come to understand the harmony and balance of Shailaputri Durga and mountain pose/tadasana. Shailaputri Durga not only maintains the balance of cosmic order but of your own personal life as well. Props Needed: Wall, Tennis Ball, Yoga Block, banket Yoga Asanas/Postures: Reclined Mountain Pose, reclined 1/2 moon side bend, reclined ardha chandrasana, Malasana/Garland Pose, Foot series, Chair Pose/Utkatasana, Mountain Pose/Tadasana, Moving Mudra -- Prithivi Mudra with Mudra for protection, Divine Light Invocation (Swami Sivananda Radha), Tree Pose/Vrksasana, Goddess Victory Squat/Utkata Konasana, Wide-legged standing forward fold/Prasarita Padottanasana, Locust/Salabhasana, parivrtta malasana/revolved garland pose, Mantra: Om Hrim Srim Dum Durgayai Namah with the Prithivi Mudra Yoga can help with ailments such as: Arterial hypertension Burns excess fat Nervous weakness Constipation Indigestion Diabetes Bronchitis Dyspepsia Chronic cold & cough Bronchial asthma    Congestion Ailments of back, neck & waist Spondalitis (Spine) Myopia Menstrual Disorders Abdomen & buttocks Arthritis Sciatica pain   Hip Joint Pain Heart Disease Knee,Ankle joint pain Asinophilla Lumbar Pain Rheumatism Relieving flatulence Mental disorders Cervical spondylysis Body stiffness Genital disease Toned liver, pancreas, kidney & bladder Enlarged & congested liver & inactive kidney Urinary disorders High Blood Pressure Low Blood Pressure Acidity Piles Renal Calculi   Appendicitis Headache Pyorrhoea Tonsillitis
Padma Sarvangasana - Lotus in Shoulderstand | Ventuno Yoga & You
 
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In this video Shantala demonstrates how to Padmasana in Sarvangasana which is the lotus in shoulder posture. This yogic exercise stimulates function of the thyroid gland, kidneys and abdominal organs. Stimulates circulation and the breath. Strengthens the arms and the entire muscles of the trunk. This Asana should not be practiced with a hyperactive thyroid or high blood pressure. https://www.facebook.com/VentunoYoga Twitter: https://twitter.com/VentunoYoga YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/VentunoYoga A Ventuno Production http://www.ventunotech.com
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Yoga Pose - Supta Padangusthasana (Reclining hand to big toe pose)
 
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That's a mouth full! Try saying Supta Padangusthasana 3 times in a row. If you have low back issues this is a great pose to practice on a daily basis. As an overall stretch for the hips, thighs, hamstrings, groins, and calves, this pose delivers relief for the low back! Accessible for everybody by using a strap or positioning yourself in a doorway so that the extended leg can rest supported on the wall while the leg remaining on the floor shoots through the doorway. Cautions and contraindications: do not practice if you have diarrhea or headache. Raise your head and neck on a 1"-2" folded blanket if you have high blood pressure. For more health and love go to www.theyogacoach.me.
Views: 1197 Linda Black
Supta Baddha Konasana | Reclining bound angle pose
 
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Benefits of Supta Baddha Konasana: Lowered blood pressure, A decreased heart rate, Decreased muscle tension, Reduced occurrence of headaches, Relief from fatigue and insomnia, Reduced nervous tension and stress, Relief from anxiety and panic attacks, Increased overall energy levels. Like Share and Subscribe :) Thank you!
Janu Sirsasana - Head to Knee Forward Bend
 
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Benefits •Calms the brain. •Stretches the spine, shoulders, hamstrings, and groins Stimulates the liver and kidneys. •Improves digestion. •Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause. •Relieves anxiety, fatigue, headache, menstrual discomfort. •Therapeutic for high blood pressure, insomnia, and sinusitis Contraindications •Knee injury: Don’t flex the foot of the injured knee completely, and support the knee on a folded blanket. •Asthma. •Diarrhea. Pregnancy •Strengthens the back muscles during pregnancy (up to second trimester). •Done without leaning forward. •Keep the spine concave and the front torso long. #allyoucanlearn about key alignment principles for "name of the pose in Sanskrit" at our website www.allyoucanyoga.com
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Dumbbell Bench Press (BETTER CHEST ACTIVATION!)
 
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Get more from every workout - http://athleanx.com/x/activate Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW The dumbbell bench press is one of the most classic chest exercises you can do to build a bigger chest. That said, it is not the chest alone that powers the dumbbells up on every rep. The shoulders and triceps are very much involved in assisting with the exercise as well. This can be a problem however when either one of these ancillary muscle groups starts to take over the movement and takes away from the contribution of the chest muscles. In this video, I am going to show you how to influence the amount of work that is being done by the chest during the exercise with just a few simple tweaks to your hands. By simply adjusting the way that you hold the dumbbells and how you move your hands through space as you press the dumbbells, you can greatly impact the muscle group that takes on the brunt of the work during this popular chest building exercise. In order to hit the chest more during the db bench press you are going to want to lead with your thumbs during the press. What does that mean? It means that as you press the dumbbells up over your chest you are going to want to tilt them ever so slightly so as your thumbs are pointing up towards the ceiling and your pinkies are tilting downward. This will have the effect of letting the inner half of the dumbbell raise higher than the outer half. It is important to point out that you are going to want to do this from a position of your hands facing forward during the press, not towards each other. The reason why this alteration in the position of your hands has such a profound effect on the muscles in your chest is because of what it does to the upper arms when pressing. By having your thumbs ride upwards as you press the dumbbells up, you are getting your biceps to get closer to each other during the ascent. This has the effect of increasing horizontal adduction at the shoulder which is a key component of chest activation. On the other side of this however is that fact that if you do the same exact movement with your thumbs but out of a neutral (or palms facing each other) grip, you would be doing the opposite of what you are trying to do. Here you would be activating your front deltoid muscle substantially more. For most of us, this is the exact thing we are trying to avoid during the dumbbell bench press. If you feel most of the work being done by your shoulders during a bench press you will definitely want to avoid the neutral grip position as well as the changes and cheats to your wrist placement during the press. Finally, if you have a bad shoulder and you feel too much pain in the joint during the bench press you can try the variation that I show here last. In this case you want to lead with your pinkies instead of your thumbs. This will take a lot of the strain off of the shoulder and shoulder capsule and instead let the triceps help out the chest to perform the movement. As I said, this is really useful if you don’t want to have to give up dumbbell bench pressing entirely because of shoulder pain. If you found this tip helpful and wish you could train with a complete program that has these tips and more built into it to help you get much more out of your training, be sure to head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. For more videos on how to get a bigger chest and the best home chest exercises for mass, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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Yoga To Cure Infertility | Wheel Pose | Yoga Tak
 
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Wheel Pose or Chakrasana is also called as the Urdhva Dhanurasana. It is an advanced back bending pose which helps to give you a sense of stability in your body, mind, and soul. The pose helps in strengthening the arms, wrists, legs, abdomen and spine. It is also beneficial for the people who are suffering from asthma, back pain, and infertility. You should do this pose with extreme precautions if you are suffering from back injury, heart irregularities, headaches, diarrhea or high or low blood pressure. About Yoga Tak : Get your daily dose of Yoga postures which will not only make you healthy but also rejuvenate from within. Stay tuned to our channel for learning more about yoga to give yourself a mental, physical and spiritual peace. Yoga Instructor: Garima Bhandari Director: Austin Paul Camera: Abhishek Tripathi Editing: Piyush Choudhary Producer: Akshay Kaushik Creative Head: Tanisha Sangha Copyrights: India Today Group Digital DON'T MISS ANY VIDEO FROM YOGA TAK Subscribe To Us on Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/yogatak Like Us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/yogatakofficial/ Follow Us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/yogatak Follow Us on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/yogatakofficial/
Views: 11368 Fit Tak
Chair yoga (2) shoulder stand
 
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http://www.zaoyoga.com facebook: http://facebook.com/zaoyoga This is a new way to do shoulder stand, especially for people who are suffering from neck problems. Don't do this pose if you are suffering from high blood pressure, headaches, glaucoma, dizziness, and in your menstrual cycle.
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Yoga Asana Lab: Neutrally rotated postures (High Lunge, Low Lunge, Fan Pose)
 
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Welcome to Yogea Asana Lab. This section features three neutrally rotated poses -- High Lunge (Alana); Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana); Straddle or Fan (Prasaritta Padottanasana). These three different neutrally rotated poses have myriads of benefits and can be placed in different parts of the asana practice or separately. High Lunge is the optimal warm up pose that fires up the thigh (quads) muscles, lengthens the sides of the waist, squares the hips while stretching the psoas, groin, calves, hamstrings and even the spine. It can be assumed with different bind variations or solely with the arms extended over the head. It is best suited for the first section of the class as it brings heat while stretching all tendons and ligaments safely. It is important to practice it with the proper alignment as you square the hips and make sure the knee tracks over the ankle. Similarly, the second pose -- low lunge provides a deep stretch in the groin and posas while opening up the mid back. It is also ideal as a warm up pose, or as a preparation for other standing neutrally rotated poses like Warrior I. It is very well combined with its counter pose -- runner's stretch. You can get into it by simply shifting the hips back and forth into low lunge. It is best suited for the warm up series, however more advanced variations could be practiced after the culmination of the class. Anjayenasana is a natural precursor to split pose, and could lead to attaining Hanumanasana. Because one knee is on the floor while Anjaneyasana is performed it is mandatory to square the hips and to have the knee over the ankle, in order to protect the joints, just like you did in High Lunge. These two poses are best practiced in the morning while you wake the body up. The third pose -- Fan, also known as Straddle in the yoga world, is a neutrally rotated hamstring-stretch and a forward bend. It has different stages of attainment and the first is just extending the spine in a flat back so it is parallel to the floor. As you increase the notch in your hip flexors you will be able to fold further, making sure that your spine is straight and the pose is initiated from the hip, and not from the lower back. As a forward bend it calms the mind, regulates blood pressure, sooths the nervous system and allows instant emotional release, while stretching the hamstrings and partially the calves when the knees are bend. It has many bound variations and once you get your head naturally to the ground it takes you into Sirsasana I (Headstand). Straddle could be practiced after the warm-up section in between externally rotated poses, giving the hip flexors a pleasant relief. It is also good for the middle of the class before the peak pose. If you choose to do it at the beginning of the class you need to warm the hamstrings up with a couple of rounds of Sun Salutes. If you wish to practice it separately, make sure that your feet are parallel and slightly tucked in, and almost pigeon-toed, so you can reap its effect. It is a great pose to do after a long day of sitting at work. As you open your hamstrings alternate bending your knees first and then deepen into it to enjoy its pacifying effect. Yogea Asana Lab is not a yoga routine and should be regarded solely as an educational platform to reinforce proper postural alignment and improve the quality of your practice. The approach is integrated as poses are grouped into different targeted categories. Each set of poses is demonstrated only on one side. The route of assuming poses and releasing through counter-poses is mapped clearly and slowly, allowing time for assimilation and grasping. The main objective is to guide you in and out of poses safely and smoothly, as well as to acquaint you with basic anatomical and energetic principles that weave the geometry of every asana. In turn, you will be able to perform the Yogea routines with clarity, precision and abandonment. As you follow the tips of proper alignment you will feel more stable, ready to deepen your practice and eager to transition gracefully from one stage to the next both on the mat and in life.
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Bridge Pose / Setu Bandha Sarvangasana , Yoga
 
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https://www.EkhartYoga.com This backbend Reduces anxiety, fatigue, backache, headache, and insomnia. As well it is therapeutic for asthma, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and sinusitis.. Really great to make your spine more flexible, and to open the front of the body! Bridge Pose / Setu Bandha Sarvangasana , Yoga Please subscribe to my channel here: http://bit.ly/uFapcc Go to my channels: http://www.youtube.com/yogatic http://www.youtube.com/EkhartYoga Follow me on Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/EkhartYoga Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/EkhartYoga Follow me on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/ekhartyoga/ Look me up on Google+  : http://www.gplus.to/EkhartYoga
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Help with Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose | Doug Keller | YogaUOnline
 
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Supta Padangusthasana, or hand-to-big-toe pose, can be a great opener for the hips, thighs, hamstrings, groins, and calves. Join Doug Keller for this informative Yoga Quick Tip from YogaUOnline about the do's and dont's of Supta Padangusthasana. Proper practice of this pose will also strengthen the knees and improve digestion. It is said to also relieve backaches, sciatica, and menstrual discomfort, as well as be therapeutic for high blood pressure, flat feet, and infertility. Namaste! Subscribe for more Yoga Poses, Tutorials and Interviews from YogaUOnline! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=UCNaHy5DlNfLDEEER4DkevVA YogaUOnline The Best in Online Yoga Education https://www.YogaUOnline.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MyYogaUOnline YogaUOnline’s FREE Yoga Practice Channel: http://yogauonline.com/yogaspirit/downloads-page/1159-free-yoga-practice-videos
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Restorative Yoga Pose: How to do Viparita Karani (Legs Up the Wall) with AnaMargret Sanchez
 
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Propping Tip: Create the Yoga Pillow → http://bit.ly/2dnrPjp Calm your body and restore your mind with Viparita Karani, often called "Legs-up-the-Wall" pose. This gentle inversion will lengthen the backs of the legs and neck, open the chest, relieve lower-back pain, re-oxygenate the blood, and calm the nervous system. Cautions: menstruation, pregnancy, glaucoma, and high blood pressure. Props (if available): bolster, blankets, eye pillow, and wall. ABOUT ANAMARGRET SANCHEZ: AnaMargret Sanchez has studied extensively with Rod Stryker and is a certified Para Yoga teacher. She also has extensive yoga therapy training, has trained in India at the Viniyoga school founded by T.K.V. Desikachar, and is certified by Judith Lasater as an advanced restorative yoga trainer. In addition to group classes, she teaches workshops, leads retreats and coaches private students. ———————————————— ★ Become a Yoga International member: http://bit.ly/2d8SfW1 ★ Shop the YI Boutique: http://bit.ly/2cYYbii About Yoga International: Yoga International is a leading online learning and lifestyle brand serving yoga, meditation and holistic living communities across the globe. Free and paid subscriptions provide web + mobile app access to exclusive multi-media content, boasting thousands of premium, expert-led classes, workshops and articles. Subscribe to YI’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/YogaInternational Join us on social: • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YIMag • Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/YI_Mag • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yoga_international • Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/yimag
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Yoga Tutorial 27: Standing Poses - Reverse Warrior Pose (Left Side)/Viparita Virabhadrasana
 
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What is this pose? Called Viparita Virabhadrasana — is a standing yoga pose that stretches the waist and energizes the whole body. How to perform this pose? From downward dog, turn your left foot out 90 degrees, so your toes are pointing to the top of the mat. Pivot your right foot slightly inwards. Your back toes should be at a 45-degree angle. Raise your arms to the side to shoulder-height, parallel to the floor. Your arms should be aligned directly over your legs. With your palms facing down, reach actively from fingertip to fingertip. Exhale as you bend your front knee. Align your knee directly over the ankle of your front foot. Your front shin should be perpendicular to the floor. Sink your hips low, eventually bringing your front thigh parallel to the floor. This is Warrior II. On your next exhalation, drop your right (back) hand to the back of your right thigh. On an inhalation, lift your right arm straight up, reaching your fingertips toward the ceiling. Your left bicep should be next to your left ear. Keep your front knee bent and your hips sinking low as you lengthen through the sides of your waist. Slide your back hand further down your leg and come into a slight backbend. Tilt your head slightly and bring your gaze to your left hand’s fingertips. Keep your shoulders relaxed, chest lifting, and the sides of your waist long. Benefits: Reverse Warrior strengthens and stretches the legs, groins, hips, and the sides of the torso and waist. It improves flexibility in the spine, inner thighs, ankles, and chest. It also builds strength in the thighs, shoulders, and arms. A deep stretch to the torso, Reverse Warrior increases blood flow throughout the body, which reduces fatigue and helps calm the mind. Practicing this pose regularly will build stamina and can help to relieve low back pain. Cautions: Do not practice Reverse Warrior if you have a recent or chronic hip, knee, back, or shoulder injury. Avoid this pose if you are experiencing diarrhea or high blood pressure. Those with neck injuries should not tilt their head backward in the pose, but should remain gazing forward. Always work within your own range of limits and abilities. Want to watch more of these yoga videos? Subscribe to my YouTube Yoga Playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUlz-D-dHGXUE6roMCfuS6Tsaiy_VPEpi And don't forget to click the Subscribe button, Like and Comment.
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What Is Orthostatic Intolerance?
 
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Feb 2015 orthostatic intolerance is a confusing topic. Simple way to assess orthostatic intolerance bateman horne center. Treating orthostatic intolerance in chronic fatigue syndrome (me syndromes dysautonomiawhat is the relationship between and anxiety prohealth. Orthostatic intolerance baker heart and diabetes institute. Some of the confusion originates from recent appreciation condition's clinical variants, some orthostatic intolerance (oi) is development symptoms when standing upright which are relieved reclining. Orthostatic hypotension dizziness and balancedefinition of orthostatic intolerance by in eds the ehlers danlos society. Orthostatic intolerance, then, is an umbrella term for several 8 mar 2012 orthostatic intolerance (oi) the inability to be vertical sitting in a chair, or standing without developing upleasant symptoms that improve it estimated over 500,000 americans are afflicted with. There are many types of orthostatic 2 oct 2007 intolerance syndromes refer to symptoms in which the upright position (most often movement from sitting or lying an oh is one form (oi) defined by signs, such as hypotension, and symptoms, lightheadedness, that occur when medical term relating to, caused by, standing posture. Orthostatic hypotension (postural hypotension) overview mayo orthostatic symptoms, signs, causes, tests & treatment. Orthostatic intolerance background, pathophysiology, etiology. Summary of orthostatic intolerance and its treatment. Ortho static instability symptoms of orthostatic intolerance, such as disabling fatigue, dizziness, diminished concentration, tremulousness, and nausea, are often found in patients with the most dramatic problem people intolerance suffer is fainting, but between fainting episodes they may feel weak, lightheaded, have 27 sep 2016 (oi) an umbrella term used to describe abnormal autonomic nervous system response challenge 11 jul 2017 hypotension also called postural a form low blood pressure that happens when you stand up from sitting or (low standing) include lightheadedness, weakness, blurred vision chronic fatigue syndrome (cfs) systemic exertion disease (seid) 8 oct thus, consists faintness (this mainly standing upright results decreased inadequate flow brain, characterized by variety eds more than just potssunshine natural wellbeing foundationjohns hopkins. Common syndromes of orthostatic intolerance ncbi nih. What is orthostatic intolerance? Info guide at oi resource. The importance of orthostatic intolerance in the cfs. Despite the enormity of number, these conditions are among least chronic orthostatic intolerance (coi, also known as postural tachycardia syndrome) is a disorder that most frequently affects young women has anybody ever looked into hypotension part your story? Easily done by measuring blood pressure correctly lying down, then standing up 8 feb 2012 person with cfs nearly always intolerance, which they describe fatigue but not at all could symptoms be caused treatable condition calle
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Baxter Bell Yoga: Mini Vinyasa 86: Dynamic Bridge to Ball Pose
 
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This dynamic sequence moves between Bridge Pose and curling up into a ball shape similar to upside down Child's pose. It strengthens and stretches both the front and back of the body, and the pattern requires mental focus and concentration to learn and do.
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Yoga To Increase Stamina | Extended Side Angle Pose | Yoga Tak
 
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Utthita Parsvakonasana or Extended Side Angle Pose is a standing yoga pose that involves all of the muscles in the body. Parsvakonasana relieves stiffness in the shoulders and back. It provides a deep stretch to the groins and it also improves stamina. This pose strengthens the legs, knees, and ankles. Do not practice this pose if you are suffering from headaches, insomnia, or high or low blood pressure. About Yoga Tak : Get your daily dose of Yoga postures which will not only make you healthy but also rejuvenate from within. Stay tuned to our channel for learning more about yoga to give yourself a mental, physical and spiritual peace. Yoga Instructor: Garima Bhandari Director: Austin Paul Camera: Abhishek Tripathi Editing: Piyush Choudhary Producer: Akshay Kaushik Creative Head: Tanisha Sangha Copyrights: India Today Group Digital DON'T MISS ANY VIDEO FROM YOGA TAK Subscribe To Us on Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/yogatak Like Us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/yogatakofficial/ Follow Us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/yogatak Follow Us on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/yogatakofficial/
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Permobil  F5VS
 
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We wrap up our focus on Permobil’s lineup with a look at the F5VS power wheelchair.
Forward Bending Yoga Routine: Summer Chill (intermediate level)
 
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This Yogea sequence is an "insalata mista" of core-boosters and heat soothers. Abdominal toners trim the body for beachwear, as generous forward bends remind us of our ability to yield into abundance and prosperity. A gentle warm-up of kneeling, standing, reclining and inverted poses builds heat, targeting strong abs and supple hamstrings. Establishing a strong core, facilitates proper postural alignment that is juxtaposed by a variety of cooling forward bends performed in different, levels, directions and degrees of intensity. The sequence then unfolds into an explosion of modified standing poses that open the hips and shoulder girdle simultaneously. Seated bound poses help channel life force through the main meridians, while rigorous quad stretches combined with spinal twists open the thighs and front of body, creating a natural need to later submit to counter-poses that work out the back of the body and stimulate the gastro-intestinal tract and the process of elimination and detoxification. The swinging from forefront into background provide space for reflection and insight while eliciting the parasympathetic system response, and stimulating the neo-cortex and the organic ability of the brain to make a consciousness switch, and catalyze a shift of perspective. This blend makes the body - awake and slender, the mind - serene and accepting, the heart - empathic and equanimous. This is a sequence that cultivates the craft of abandon and control, introducing variety and contrast in our every day experience, a chilling infusion of ice-tea and spicy ginger.
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Yoga Routine for Menopause: Graceful Maturity (open level)
 
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http://yogea.org/graceful-maturity/ This Yogea routine is especially geared toward helping women manage menopause beautifully. It blends powerful gland stimulating asana with chakra activating mudras and nurturing creative visualization to acknowledge this sacred “rite of passage”. A powerful cooling breathing accompanied by “Shakti” inducing mudras moderate the body’s temperature while activating the chakras of the sensuality and personal identity. The routine starts in a cocoon shell to bring the focus in and ignite the body’s powers of self-regulation and embodied sustenance. Rippling motion takes the body into a wild serpent undulating through all fours and kneeling poses. A hip opening warm up through spider lunge and twisted diamond variations revitalize the pelvic floor and lead into standing and balancing poses – transitioning creatively from externally rotated positions to twisted deep squats to rekindle the spark of the second chakra. The standing grounding series gracefully cascades into seated twists adorned with bind variations to open both hips and shoulders – enhancing the functions of the ovaries and the hormones they produce. Gentle backbends paired with reclining twists ramp up the adrenals boosting estrogen levels. Powerful forward bends gently compress the abdomen, massaging the uterus and other abdominal organs. And inverted poses regulate the endocrine system and reset the hormones. Stimulated and nurtured the your body is brought back into the cocoon where it further gestates – opening up outlets for fertile creativity. A guided meditation takes you through the stages of spiritual maturation during menopause.
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How You Can Undo the Damage of Sitting All Day | 8  Simple Exercises
 
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Please Subscribe my YouTube Channel Here:https://goo.gl/3ka4XU More than half of the average person’s waking hours are spent sitting, whether it is while watching TV, working at a computer, reading a book, commuting or doing countless other activities for which one is seated. Prolonged sitting is not going to do any good for your health. It affects super-fit people as well as couch potatoes pretty much alike. It contributes to muscle fatgue, weak bones, osteoporosis, obesity, foggy brain, strained neck, and sore shoulders and back. It can also lead to metabolic syndrome, which represents a cluster of conditions like high blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist and unhealthy cholesterol levels. When you spend most of your time sitting, your body burns less fat and your blood circulates poorly. Slow blood circulation in the legs can cause various problems, such as edema, swollen ankles, varicose veins and deep vein thrombosis. Plus, if you sit for hours looking at a computer, laptop, mobile device or TV screen, your eyes can become strained. According to a 2014 study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, inactivity like sitting at a desk for long periods of time has been linked not only to diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease but also to increased risk of certain cancers. Another 2015 study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine reports that prolonged sedentary time is independently associated with deleterious health outcomes regardless of physical activity. Although it is hard to completely reverse the damage caused by prolonged sitting, you can take steps to prevent further damage and improve your health. TAGS: sitting all day, yoga, how you can undo the damage of sitting all day, huffington post, exercise, fitness, workout, muscle fatigue, hip pain when sitting for long periods, what exercises can i do while sitting at my desk, exercises to counter sitting all day, hd, people & blog, foggy brain, obesity, osteoporosis, weak bones, sitting stretches for hip flexors, body, health, wellness, udaya, damage, sitting, standing, neuromuscular reprogramming, hip mobility, hip flexibility, muscles involved in sitting, joint health, shoulders, holistic, personal training, musculoskeletal health, joint care, knees, glutes, hips, stretches while sitting on the floor, pain exercises to counter sitting all day, what exercises can i do while sitting at my desk, stretches while sitting on the floor, hip pain when sitting for long periods, sitting stretches for hip flexors, muscles involved in sitting, grok squat, seated stretches for seniors, Information Sources:http://www.top10homeremedies.com Images Sources:http://www.top10homeremedies.com
Yoga To Reduce Thigh Fat | Hand To Big Toe Pose | Yoga Tak
 
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Standing Hand to Big Toe Pose is an intermediate yoga posture that stretches the backs of your legs and helps to reduce fat. It strengthens and stretches the legs and ankles. It deeply stretches the hamstrings while gently opening the hips, shoulders, and arms. This pose improves your sense of balance, and helps to increase concentration and focus. Do not practice this pose if you have a recent or chronic ankle or low back injury. About Yoga Tak : Get your daily dose of Yoga postures which will not only make you healthy but also rejuvenate from within. Stay tuned to our channel for learning more about yoga to give yourself a mental, physical and spiritual peace. Yoga Instructor: Garima Bhandari Director: Austin Paul Camera: Abhishek Tripathi Editing: Piyush Choudhary Producer: Akshay Kaushik Creative Head: Tanisha Sangha Copyrights: India Today Group Digital DON'T MISS ANY VIDEO FROM YOGA TAK Subscribe To Us on Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/yogatak Like Us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/yogatakofficial/ Follow Us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/yogatak Follow Us on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/yogatakofficial/
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Yoga For Diabetes - Padottanasana (Wide-Legged Forward Bend) - Removes Back Pain
 
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PRESENTED BY: DR.ANANDA BALAYOGI BHAVANANI OF ANANDA ASHRAM ICYER PONDICHERRY Padottanasana - (Wide-Angle Standing Forward Bend) offers an excellent opportunity to explore the harmonious and clear-headed quality of sattva. In this pose we feel the earthiness of the lower body while the mind grows spacious and tranquil. While your legs are challenged to be strong, steady, and well rooted, the heart and head are soothed, calmed, and rinsed clean. It's therefore no surprise that this asana is often used as a balm for frayed or anxious nerves. Benefits : Stretches the back and inside of the legs Opens the hips Stretches the spine, shoulders and chest Grounds you and calms the mind Can relieve mild backache. Click below to Subscribe to our Channel for Regular Videos! - http://www.youtube.com/user/learnyogavideos?sub_confirmation=1 Become a LearnYogaVideos Fan on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yogaameditation?ref Visit our official website! http://www.musicandchants.com/ Connect with us: Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/104688661840125654992/+LearnYogaVideos/posts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/superaudiomadras?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/musicandchants iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/super-audio-madras-pvt-ltd/id547539011 Find us on http://www.pinterest.com/navindaswani5/
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