Yoga Tips: To stay away from kidney diseases, do these 3 yoga asanas daily

Yoga Tips: To stay away from kidney diseases, do these 3 yoga asanas daily

The kidney is an important part of our body and without it our body's ability to work becomes negligible. Kidneys filter the toxic substances formed in our bodies and remove them through urine. If the kidney does not work properly, then toxins will start accumulating in our body, which will have a direct effect on our heart and liver. According to health experts, people who are obese are more prone to kidney problems. In such a situation, you need to pay special attention to your diet and lifestyle. You can keep the kidney healthy by regular practice of yoga. In today's article, we will tell you some such yogasanas which are beneficial for keeping the kidney healthy -


To do this asana, sit in the posture of Vajrasana. Now place both your hands on the floor forward. Putting a little weight on both your hands, raise your hips. Straighten your thighs up and make a 90-degree angle at the knees of the feet. Now while inhaling tilt your head back, push your navel from the bottom to the top, and raise the tailbone (lower part of the spine). Now while exhaling, tilt your head down and try to touch the chin of your mouth to your chest. Look at the distance between your knees in this position. Now again turn your head backward and repeat the process. You repeat this action 10-20 times.

Setubandhasana (Bridge Pose)

To do this asana, lie down on your back on the ground. Now keep the hands close to the body and keep the palms on the ground. Then slowly lift the buttocks, waist, and upper part of the back. Stay in this position for 3 to 5 minutes. Exhale and come out of the seat.

Ardha Matsyendrasana

To do this asana, sit on the ground and spread your legs in front. Keep your spine straight and keep your hands at your sides. Now bend your left knee and bring your left leg near the pelvic area in a crossed leg position. Bend your right knee and bring the right leg over the left knee. Your right foot should be near your left knee. Now, twist your upper body and bring your left hand across your right knee. You can place your right hand by your side or behind your back. Stay in this position for about a minute and then return to the starting position. Now repeat it from the other side.

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