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Bikram is supposed to have wonderful effects on people with high blood pressure. It is believed to normalize blood pressure over time, making it an excellent alternative to drugs. However, caution is advised when people suffer from high blood pressure when practicing hot yoga.
Hot Yoga has been proven to be very conscientious of hypertension. sometimes this leaves doctors with doubts about their sphygmomanometers for doctors who do not believe it. Bikram tends to normalize hypertension within two weeks of exercise. People suffer from high blood pressure when the arteries become smaller, resulting in increased pressure. Normally, a blood pressure reading of 140/90 or above is considered hypertension.
Hypertension can be caused by many common factors, including stress, injuries, obesity and excessive smoking or alcohol consumption. How does Bikram help with hypertension? Well, the answer is simple: Yoga lifestyle management tends to relax the mind and body by performing a series of exercises that reduce the stress level, which in turn leads to normalized body functions, including blood pressure.
What to avoid:
If Bikram Yoga is practiced with the right amount of caution, it will be very helpful in reducing high blood pressure. Although Hot Yoga guides participants through a series of 26 yoga postures, high blood pressure patients are advised not to participate in the following places until their pressure returns to normal levels:
- The bent back part of Half Moon
- The standing bow pulling
- Balancing stick
- The third part of Locust
- Full grasshopper
- The camel
The Bikram poses recommended by instructors to lower high blood pressure are listed below. However, keep in mind that you should always consult a doctor before doing any of the following:
- Simple pose
- Shoulder stretches
- Stand with your legs spread forward
- cat ownership
- Half Spine Twist
- Wind relieving posture
- Double leg increased
The above articles must be done with a specific breathing technique called Anuloma Viloma, also referred to as an alternative nostril breathing technique. This type of breathing requires you to breathe through one nostril, hold your breath for a few seconds, and exhale through the other. It lowers the heart rate and is therefore the preferred breathing technique for hypertensive patients.
As with any form of treatment or wellness therapy, it is extremely important to follow common sense and caution when following your yoga regimen. Excessive pressure can lead to other serious health problems if misdirected or treated. Therefore, always inform your trainer if you have high blood pressure and rest with each set of exercises. Initially, all hypertensive patients should not exaggerate their yoga routine. You should initially only perform 5-7 counts of each pose and build them up to a higher number later.