: Good practice once a day, one hour a day in the morning or evening (two hours for weight loss). In the morning, it's best to get up 30 minutes, finish yoga and eat breakfast half an hour later. In the evening, it's better to practice two hours after dinner and take a bath after half an hour.
Good practice once a day, one hour a day in the morning or evening (two hours for weight loss). In the morning, it's best to get up 30 minutes, finish yoga and eat breakfast half an hour later. In the evening, it's better to practice two hours after dinner and take a bath after half an hour.
The Benefits of Yoga on Physical Health:
First, the increase in vitality comes from the effect of yoga on the brain and glands.
Second, the youthful appearance and mood: Yoga reduces facial wrinkles and produces a natural "facelift" effect. This is mainly due to the handstand. Our usual straight position causes gravity to pull down muscles. Over time, facial muscles began to collapse. For a few minutes a day, we can reverse the gravitational pull to help us rejuvenate, keep facial muscles from relaxing, reduce wrinkles and flatten the skin naturally.
Yoga inverted position often restores gray hair to its original color and delays gray image detection. This is because handstand increases the amount of blood flowing to the hair sac in the scalp. This position increases the elasticity of the stiffness, removes the pressure of the blood vessels and nerves in the stiffness, and makes more blood flow to the scalp muscles. That is to say, hair follicles get more nutrition and produce more healthy hair.
Third, live longer: Yoga affects all conditions for longevity: the brain, glands, spine and internal organs.
Fourth, increase disease resistance: Yoga exercises a strong body, immunity is also increased. This increased resistance can deal with serious illnesses ranging from colds to cancers.
Fifth, improvement of vision and hearing: Normal vision and hearing mainly depends on the good blood circulation and nerve transmission of eyes and ears. Nerves and blood vessels supplying the eyes and ears must pass through the neck. As the age increases, the neck loses its elasticity just like other parts of the spine. When nerves and blood vessels pass through the neck, they may encounter difficulties in stagnation. This hinders the supply of nerves and blood to the eyes and ears, thus affecting their functioning. Yoga posture and yoga neck exercise can improve the condition of neck, and then enhance vision and hearing.
Sixth, mental and emotional improvement: Because yoga has rejuvenating effects on the glandular nervous system, including the brain, mental and emotional naturally show a positive state. It makes you more confident, enthusiastic and optimistic. Everyday life will become more creative.