Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS is an abdominal disorder. It mainly effects on the large intestine and colon. The symptoms of IBS are extended abdominal pains, bloating, constipation and diarrhoea. This physical disorder can occur to anyone. Women suffer more in this illness than men. The main solution of IBS is to change in diet plan, add fibre foods in your diet and use purgatives. But the best solution of IBS is yoga. This ancient form of exercise is very effective to cure these kinds of physical problems. Regular yoga practice will give that much of strength to your organs to fight against this kind of problems.
Here Are Some Yoga Poses Which Can Help You To Fight Against Irritable Bowel Syndrome:
Half –Seated Spinal Twist
Sit steady. Then let your left leg cross your right leg on top. Touch your feet on the ground and put it beside your left knee. Now bend your left knee. Bring left foot next to your right hip. Sit on the hips and hug your right knee with your left hand. Put your right hand on the floor. When you exhale, slowly pull the naval towards the spine. You will feel a twisting in your body. This pose gives some space to the abdomen to breathe. After 5 to 10 breaths switch the position. When you are twisting the blood circulation is stopped in your compressed area. When you come back to the normal position the fresh blood enters forcefully to those areas. This process will cure your IBS.
Reclined Abdominal Twist
Lie down straight. When you exhale bend your right leg towards the left side. Hug your belly by this leg. Hold this right leg with your left arm. Now hold few breaths here. Then spread your right arm across the body. Put your shoulder blade on the floor and palm up position. Feel the spiral from your legs to the pelvis, spine, ribs and chest. Feel the stretch. Hold 5 to 10 breaths and then lie back to your position. Try with the left side.
Supported Bridge Pose
Lie down and place a blanket under your hips. This position should support your sacrum and pelvis. Stretch your legs. Keep some spaces between two legs. Put your arms by your side and palms up. Now tie a strap on your mid- thigh so that legs be on their place. Breathe deeply through your naval. Stay at least 10 breaths. You can feel the tension which will move through your abdominal organs with every breath. When you will end up this pose then lie down for 10 breaths. Put your palms on the belly.
Happy Baby Pose
Lie down on your back. Then hug your knees on your chest. Take two to three breaths. Now spread your knees and raise the feet towards the ceiling. Hold your feet with both of your hands. Now hold yourself. Let your arms be straight and your shoulder blade on the ground. Reduce the weight on hips, back and on ribs and feel the stretch on your hips. Your belly will feel some open space between your legs. Take 10 breaths.
Mountain pose is easy and very effective for IBS. Stand straight on the floor. Give slight space between two feet. Put your hands on the sides. Look at the front. Stand like this until you feel the pain on your feet. Then take some rest and repeat.