Ageing is an unavoidable natural thing. We are ageing every single day. As we get older, our bodies may stiffen, creating a negative domino effect, through which we suffer the consequences of aches, pains, longtime injury and more.
We can't stop it. But, what if there is a scope to slow its process? If you're curious about it and want to know how to stay young or push the age for some time, this piece is for you.
Yoga not only increases Anti-Ageing Hormones in the Brain, but also it leads to a positive result in the body. In yoga, we have a wide range of asanas, or postures. The following postures are one of the eminent postures that contribute in anti-ageing or reverse ageing.
Following are the natural ways that involve your contribution 100% with no external factors. These yoga postures are to maintain the physical appearance and to slowdown the ageing process as young as possible and keep you feel young and vibrant.
The first and foremost element that effects in ageing is stress and tension. If we control that, there is a great scope for anti-ageing or reverse ageing. This SIMHASANA is the great reliever of tension. Research particularly says, doing simhasana will reduce tension on chest area.
Have you seen people with thick neckline? Have you felt they would be aged before you spoke to them or came to know about their actual age? Yes. Excess fat on the neckline gives people aged appearance.
We are sure you would have been, at least once in a while, asked to sit straight. Because, people who said so, would have noticed you sitting with your spine or back bend. Not to mention, it's again the inflexibility of the spine that comes with old age.
This is quite popular in Yoga postures. It gives strength to the arms, tones the lower back and legs. The shoulders, arms, ankles and legs will get stronger and smooth. It opens your chest and lungs, thus resulting in increased respiratory system. Also, it improves focus, balance and stability
Adho Mukha Scanasana is again one of the most widely recognized, practised yoga poses. It offers the ultimate rejuvenating stretch, from the head to the toe, putting you in a bridge position.
As the name itself says, this asana looks like an archer's bow. Your face and legs would represent the body of the bow, and the arms that you use to hold your foot would represent the string of the bow. Benefits of doing Dhanurasana involve: