Yoga Poses to Perform if You Have High Blood Pressure

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Hypertension, known as high blood pressure, is a dangerous disorder that can cause fatal heart attacks and strokes.Due to the lack of signs, this “silent killer” is much more hazardous.

Therefore, the only way to learn is to have frequent physicals.

Of course, learning how to control high blood pressure is the next natural step.

What does high blood pressure or hypertension mean?

The force of the blood in your arteries is known as blood pressure. The appropriate pressure must be controlled because it differs from person to person. Your system won’t run smoothly until then.

The recommended blood pressure level is 120/80. You have prehypertension when your parameter is between 120/80 and 140/90. Any reading over 140/90 indicates hypertension, which is harmful.

What causes high blood pressure?

Hypertension is significantly influenced by stress. Your heart beats faster, as well as your blood vessels constrict when you’re under stress.

Other elements, including unhealthy lifestyle choices like drinking, smoking, and drug addiction, also negatively impact.

You may develop hypertension if you are overweight or do not exercise enough

How can high blood pressure be managed?

Both high and low blood pressure are undesirable; the body needs to be balanced. You cannot disregard the importance of the mind in preserving balance, even though healthy eating habits do. How, then, do you combine the two? The practice of yoga, an ancient science, holds the key.

Yoga might help you manage blood pressure issues if you do it consistently.

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List of Yoga poses that are good for lowering blood pressure:

  • Shishuasana (Child Pose): Decreases fatigue and relieves tension. Additionally, it restores normal blood flow.
  • Vajrasana (Diamond Pose) – This pose is suitable for practice even after a meal, and it improves blood flow to the lower abdomen and aids in managing obesity.
  • Paschimottanasana (Forward Bend Pose): Facilitates weight loss by assisting in the reduction of abdominal adipose tissue. Additionally, it lowers excessive blood pressure and works well to reduce stress.
  • Shavasana (Corpse Pose) – Relieves depression, exhaustion, and tension. It aids in bodily relaxation and sleep preparation. Additionally, it promotes blood circulation.
  • Sukhasana, often known as the “Easy Pose,” is a contemplative posture that integrates the body and mind. As your body becomes more balanced and your mind becomes liberated and cheerful, it lowers high blood pressure.
  • Ardha Matsyendrasana (Sitting Half Spinal Twist): Stimulates the neurological system and the heart, assisting in bringing excessive blood pressure under control.
  • Badhakonasana (Butterfly Pose): This posture stimulates the heart and improves blood circulation throughout the body. Stress and fatigue are also reduced by it.
  • Janu Sirsasana (One-Legged Forward Bend): By massaging your abdominal organs, this pose successfully reduces belly fat. It contributes to blood pressure regulation by influencing weight loss, ensuring that it maintains a reasonable level.
  • Virasana, often known as the “hero pose,” improves blood circulation to the legs and lowers blood pressure.
  • SetuBandhasana, known as the bridge pose, stimulates the kidneys, calms the nervous system, and it aids in controlling the body’s blood pressure.
  • Ardhahalasana (half plough pose): Aids reduce belly, hip, and thigh fat. Additionally, it lowers blood pressure.

The purpose: Yoga lowers blood pressure

  1. Yoga asanas require you to breathe carefully while coordinating your body movements. They can assist in naturally lowering blood pressure, especially by reducing stress.
  2. Yoga poses can calm the nerves and lower an erratic heart rate.
  3. Yoga boosts immunity and lowers the risk of cardiovascular issues like heart attacks and strokes.
  4. Insufficient sleep is the leading cause of stress and high blood pressure. Regular sleep patterns and habits are aided by yoga.
  5. Hypertension can also be brought on by obesity. Yoga practice regularly and a healthier diet control body weight.
  6. Yoga infuses the body and psyche with uplifting energy. Your outlook on life improves, and you become happier. Long-term, this aids in controlling blood pressure levels.

Pranayam for lowering blood pressure

  1. Breath of Fire, also known as Bhastrika Pranayama, improves blood circulation by increasing oxygen flow to every body area. Stress and hypertension are reduced by it.
  2. KapalBhati (Skull Shining Breathing Technique) is helpful for overall weight loss and removes fat from the abdomen area.
  3. Bhramari Breathing (Bee Breath): This pranayama produces internal vibrations that deeply calm the body and psyche. Additionally to reducing stress and anxiety, it helps control excessive blood pressure.
  4. NadiShodhan Breath Control (alternate nostril breathing technique): This effective and soothing pranayama aids in clearing artery blockages. Additionally, it enhances circulation in the area of the head.
  5. Full Yogic Breathing assists in slowing down an excessively rapid heartbeat and calms the entire body.

FAQs

    1. What workout is best for high blood pressure?

Yoga asanas and breathing exercises (pranayama) are two natural methods for lowering blood pressure. You can also do other exercises like rapid walking, cycling, and swimming.

    1. What can be done to lower blood pressure the quickest?

Execute one action at a time. Be patient and wait for the findings.

Use the asanas above and pranayamas, and lead a healthy lifestyle (managing weight and stress, no smoking, drinking, or drug abuse).

    1. How do you feel your blood pressure is excessively high?

High blood pressure is a quiet illness for some people since they experience no unusual symptoms.

Others may experience chest pain, a hammering sensation in their head or chest, migraines, anxiety, shortness of breath, nosebleeds, or palpitations.

    1. Can hypertension be treated?

Only managing high blood pressure is possible. To control high blood pressure, adopt a balanced lifestyle and practice yoga.

Yoga and pranayama are best combined with better lifestyle choices.

Please don’t rush the process; take it one step at a time. The way to holistic recovery for your blood pressure issues will be clear.

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