- Gas problem is very common but cause serious troubles
- Yoga can cure gas problems
- Gastric problems can disturb your social life too
Gas is a normal part of digestion process. Gas problems can cause serious troubles for you sometimes. Problem of gas can start from a mild stage and can go up to a critical stage. It can often lead to stomach cramps, bloating, heaviness, heartburn, headaches, pain in chest, shoulders, ribs and other body parts. In some serious cases, the sufferer may experience sharp pain in chest, consistent hiccups, vomiting, indigestion etc. People experience a dead appetite during severe gastric problems and if the problem aggravates, the suffered may also have trouble in breathing.
Sometimes having foods high on acid causes gastric troubles. Some foods that trigger gastric problems are milk and dairy products, apricots, raw apples, bananas, prunes and prune juice, beans, onions, cabbage and sauerkraut, carrots, celery, corn, and peas, foods with artificial sweeteners such as sorbitol, oat bran, wheat, pasta, potatoes etc.
Also read: Ayurvedic Treatment for Gas
There will be times when people seek medical help to cure gastric troubles but then there are some people who wish to treat it with natural remedies. Yoga can be a great help to get rid of your gastric troubles.
Here are some yoagasanas to cure gastric troubles. Take a look.
This is a very simple pose to practice. Just take a yoga mat and lie on it, upside down, on your stomach. Now, cross your arms in front of your face and rest your head on the crossed arms. Take deep breaths. While let your entire body loose and relaxed and as a variation you can cup your cheeks in your palms while your elbows can rest on the floor. Basically you are supposed to take the thinking position and then concentration on your breathing. It will improve your digestion and relieve you of your gas problems.
Sit on your yoga mat with your legs folded under your buttocks. Your feet will be pressed under your buttocks. You will start feeling pain and numbness in your feet. You can stretch your legs for a while and then again continue. You need to sit for about half an hour. Regular practice of this asana can cure digestion and gas problem.
Sit on your heels. Keep your knees apart. Take a deep breath and stretch your arms above your head. Now start bending forward. Touch the floor with your forehead and arms still above, touching the floor. Now breathe out. Press your chest against your knees and regulate your breathing. Stay in the same position for 30 to 45 seconds and then get back to the initial position.
Sit on the floor with your legs in front of you. Keeping your back straight, slowly hinge forward at the hips and lower your torso. Stay there for five to ten deep breaths. This simple stretch helps you relax, and relieve some of the stress that’s affecting your digestion.
Stand with your legs apart, and bend forward from the waist. Keeping your back straight, place your hands on the floor. Regular practice of this asana can cure gas problem.
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