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Beat away monsoon sickness with these yoga asanas; Check inside

These few yoga asanas can help you stay healthy during the monsoon apart from aiding weight loss and increasing immunity.

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New Delhi: Monsoon season is officially here! With bringing in relief from the scorching heat across India, the season also ponders several health concerns. Thus, to keep away the medical complications, one must incorporate yoga on a regular basis. Realising the importance of the same, Celebrity Yoga & Holistic Wellness Expert and Founder of Anshuka Yoga, Anshuka Parwani shares a few tips to stay healthy during the monsoon season.

These few yoga asanas can help you stay healthy during the monsoon apart from aiding weight loss and increasing immunity. These asanas can be performed at home and at any convenient time.

Take a look at the yoga asanas to keep sickness during monsoon at bay:

1. Dandasana: This yoga asana helps in stretching the overall legs and activates your calves as well as your legs. This helps in maintaining the posture by correcting the alignment of the back spine.

2. Bhujangasana or The Cobra Pose: This asana helps open your lungs, strengthen your spine and increase overall energy. Besides, it aids in the digestion process and relieves pressure on your liver, thus reducing the load on your immune system.

3. Paadhastasana: To stimulate your abdomen and the surrounding organs, this asana is a must. This leads to stronger immunity. Also, it helps improve blood circulation in the brain. Besides, it reduces anxiety, insomnia, and fatigue.

Apart from all these asanas, Anshuka advises practicing Savasana as it is considered to be one of the easiest and most relaxing asanas. It helps to breathe better and calm your mind. The expert believes that if one breathes correctly, 50% of diseases can be cured.

“I truly believe that any kind of practice is good enough. What you do for 60 minutes on the mat is truly going to transform the other 23 hours of the day. Consistency also helps you to feel connected,” said the yoga expert.

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