Piles; also known by its medical name, haemorrhoids have been associated with troubled digestion, absorption and abolition along with poor lifestyle choices, pregnancy and obesity. Yogic practices are not only valuable in reducing the signs but also in removing the exact cause behind piles. The yogic asanas also on the other hand stretch and contract the anus muscles, thus keeping the anus agile and relaxed. Piles are generally the resultant effect of continuing malfunction of the digestive tract that can be set right by yoga.
If you are suffering from piles, these yoga poses will definitely prove to be a merit for you:
Viparita karini or legs up the wall: Viparita karini yoga asana can help in improving the circulation of the blood to the anus and hence aid in lessening the warning signs of haemorrhoids. It also helps in reducing the stress caused because of excessive straining in bowel movements.
Malasana or garland pose: Malasana yoga asana helps in preventing the constipation that is one of the most common reasons behind haemorrhoids. The asana not only works on the buttocks, hips and spine but also stretches and contracts the abdomen thereby balancing the entire digestive tract functioning. Try and stay in this asana for at least 8-10 breaths prior relaxing.
Balasana or child’s pose: Balasana yoga pose helps in increasing the blood circulation towards the anus and also helps in releasing constipation. Stay in this particular asana for minimum 1 minute or as long as you feel comfortable.
Along with the above asanas, herbal remedies provided by Abhimantrit Guruprasadam Piles Yog are also quite effective in treating piles and shows excellent recovery results in the patients. These herbal medicines are:
- Piles Care
- Dasgun Oil
- Infection Care Prasadam
- Arogyavardhini Vati