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Today, every second person you meet complains about digestive disorders like acidity, constipation and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Many opt for quick fixes like over-the-counter drugs as a solution to this problem. There is no denying that these medications provide instant relief and make you feel a lot better. Unfortunately, once the digestive system gets used to these pills there is not only a certain degree of dependence, but you also become more vulnerable to any side-effects associated with the medications. The perfect solution to such health issues is to bring about changes in your own lifestyle.
The present modern-day lifestyle is stressful, sedentary and fast-paced, all at once; all these factors don't really help our digestive system. Here are some routines and yoga techniques that will help you to keep your digestive system healthy.
Recommended Yoga Practices
Organs of the digestive system include the stomach, liver, pancreas, large and small intestines, and kidneys. The yoga asanas or postures mentionedbelowgentlymassage these internal organs and help in removing toxins from the digestive system. It is best for you practice these asanas regularly for effective relief from digestive disorders:
Asanas to be performed early in the morning
Here are some asana you should practice later in the day
For digestive disorders like nausea, diarrhea and IBS, yoga poses that can help relieve stress and tension are of paramount importance. Here are some asanas that people can try.
Tips for your tummy
Disclaimer: Cardiac patients should practice asanas with caution and must avoid reaching the final position in Yoga Mudra and Pavanmuktasana.
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