Yoga To Avoid Heart Attack

After COVID-19, Heart attack is gradually becoming a common problem. Now anyone can have a heart attack at any time, there is no guarantee. People neither want to change their eating habits nor do they try to know why heart attacks occur. Only by knowing the cause can one think about its solution. Try this yoga recipe to avoid Heart attack.

Heart Attack

Common Causes of Heart Attack-

  • The cause of heart attack is the stoppage of blood movement in the blood vessels or arteries.
  • Secondly, there is blockage in the blood due to some reason. Due to this, the blood flow stops and blood pressure increases in the heart and the heart rate stops suddenly or starts stopping gradually.
  • These bumps do not settle down in a day. Gradually dirt starts accumulating in the body. This process occurs when this dirt reaches the arteries.
  • Due to the accumulation of bad cholesterol in the arteries due to dirt, clots start forming in the blood and cause Heart attacks.
  • What is the solution- First of all, stop eating outside fried food, fast food, junk food, gram flour, flour and rice. Stop alcohol, cigarettes, and meat.

Try this yoga recipe:-

  • Close your fists and then open them. Do this at least 100 times in the morning.
  • Rotate your ears clockwise and anti-clockwise at least 25 to 30 times.
  • While laughing, shake your whole body and laugh openly.
Heart Attack

Bhastrika Pranayama: Inhale quickly through both nostrils 10 times, slowly take a long breath, hold it in as much as you can, and exhale slowly. Repeat this three times.

Marjarasana: It makes the heart and lung muscles elastic. Like a quadruped, move your neck and waist up and down 10 times on your knees and hands.

Shashakasana: Sitting in Vajrasana, bend forward. Keep your arms long. If possible, keep your forehead on the ground. Try to remain in this position for 10 to 15 breaths.

Vakrasana: It helps in keeping the metabolism normal. Keep your legs extended on the ground, bend one leg place it near the knee of the other leg, and keep the same hand behind you. Pass the other hand over the knee and hold the knee of the long leg, rotate the waist towards the back hand and do 10-15 breaths. Do the same from the other side.

Shavasana: Lie on the back, keeping a distance of one and a half feet between the legs and keep the hands half a foot away from the body, keep the waist and neck straight. Close your eyes, relax your body and take 10 deep breaths. Then get up after counting 50 normal breaths.