If BP is not controlled in time, then life-threatening conditions like heart attack and brain stroke can also arise.
In the present time, due to stress, increasing work pressure, excessive consumption of fast foods, laziness and not doing any physical activity, youth also become victims of such diseases, which occur in people after one age. One such health problem is high blood pressure. High BP is called hypertension in medical term. According to a WHO report, more than 200 million people in India are suffering from high BP every year due to increasing stress.
Explain that when there is more pressure of blood on the arteries, then this condition is called high blood pressure is called. If BP is not controlled in time, then life-threatening conditions like heart attack and brain stroke can also arise. Health experts recommend including yoga in your routine to control blood pressure.
Yogasanas to control high blood pressure:
Uttanasana: high blood pressure This yoga asana is very effective in controlling. For this, stand in front of a chair and make a gap between your legs. Then take a breath and straighten both your hands towards the ceiling. Then while exhaling, bend your hands forward and rest them on the hips. During this your body will rest on the chair. Stay in this position for some time and keep your breath under control.
Downward Schwanasana: For this, lie down on your stomach. Then while pulling the breath try to raise the body with your feet and hands. Then slowly raise the hips up. During this your body will remain in the shape of V. During this asana, your shoulders and arms should be in a straight line. Now keep the hand on the ground and press it and try to pull the neck. Adho Mukha Svanasana helps in controlling blood pressure.
Balasan: For this, get down on your knees. During this your ankle and heel should meet together. Take a deep breath and lean forward. Try to lift the head a little behind the neck. During this both your hands will remain in the line of the knees. Stay in this position for 30 seconds and then return to normal.