Yoga asanas for your thyroid gland

If natural is the way, then these asanas willhelp you function well There are endless health-related problems that have surrounded people. While stress is slowly taking over the back problems, the other that is affecting people is thyroid. So while yoga is helpful in fighting problems of weight gain and stressed back, it has many benefits for people suffering from thyroid. The thyroid is a small gland in the throat that secretes hormones and is responsible for the body's metabolism, temperature, and growth. It is when the thyroid gland can’t produce enough thyroid hormones that it is called Underactive Thyroid. This further leads to fatigue, cold sensitivity, constipation, dry skin, and weight gain. While there is a medication that one is put on to keep the thyroid in check, there are a few yoga asanas that will exert pressure on the thyroid gland, help improve blood circulation, and squeezes the stagnant secretion. Sarvangasana For support use a folded towel or blanket under your shoulders. Now slowly bring your shoulders to the edge of the blanket and let your headrest on the mat. Lying flat on your back with palms facing down, and pressing your arms and back into the floor for support, lift your legs up at 90 degrees. All this while inhaling and then slowly while exhaling bring your legs over your head. Balancing your feet in the air, place your hands onto your lower back for support with your fingers pointing towards the hip and raise legs straight up toward the ceiling. Release the pose by slowly releasing your legs back, arms alongside the body. Halasan Lie down on your back and arms by your side. Now breathe in and lift your legs up to 90 degrees. Press your shoulder into the ground and then support your back with your hands, wherein fingers are towards the hip and use it to lift your hips off the floor. Slowly, push your toes behind your head until they touch the floor. The toe should be in such a way that the back should be perpendicular to the ground. Try and hold this position for a few minutes and then slowly come back to the starting point ​Navasana Sit down with your legs stretched in front of you and arms by your side. Slowly start to lean your upper body towards the back, while keeping your spine straight and tucking your chin towards your chest. Now gently lift both your legs into the air and arms stretching in front parallel to the floor with your palms facing each other. Remember the toes should be one foot above the ground and the body should form a 'V' shape. Here you need to balance your body weight.