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Yoga – An ancient form of exercise evolved thousands of years ago in the Indian society and is being practiced world wide nowadays. It includes various forms of exercises to keep a person in good shape and to get rid of various forms of diseases and inabilities. It is also considered as a strong method for meditation which helps in relaxation of mind and body.

yoga is one natural method that can help in even the most stubborn and chronic cases. There are many yoga poses or asanas that are excellent remedies for piles, constipation and other colo-rectal disorders. In addition, yoga also helps improving overall physical as well as mental and emotional health.

Physical level
yoga helps improve flexibility, strength, balance, and endurance.

Energetic level
yoga teaches you how to cope better with stress by cultivating a sense of ease in both active or passive poses.

Psychological level
yoga helps to cultivate mindfulness by shifting your awareness to the sensations, thoughts, and emotions.

Yoga poses help by physically impacting the large intestine and helping to push the stools downwards and out through the rectum. Any yoga posture that involves bending and compressing the lower abdominal muscles and the large intestine will facilitate the passage of stools.

The pressure in the abdominal area and lack of physical activity are the root causes of hemorrhoid and practicing yoga regularly solve these problems.

Additionally, yoga prevents constipation and increases digestive power, which in turn prevents further growth of hemorrhoids. Most of the Piles or hemorrhoids problem are a result of chronic constipation and curing constipation solves 90% of the hemorrhoids problem.

Many advantages of practicing yoga regularly are

  • Relives blood vessels
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Helps in removing toxins from the body
  • Improves immunity system
  • Boosts blood circulation
  • Increases digestive power

Yoga is the best prevention of all diseases but the practice of yoga should also be accompanied by the appropriate dietary changes in order to ease your discomfort caused by colo-rectal problems.

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