Yoga

7 Beneficial Yoga Poses To Treat Edema

Edema

Edema is a medical condition which makes the individual experience swelling due to excess of fluid retention in body parts, such as legs, feet, hands, ankles, and other parts. When the fluid is retained in various body tissues, organs and systems, and skin and swelling is witnessed all over the body, then it’s called generalized oedema. When fluid is retained in particular body parts, then it’s localized oedema. Some of the common symptoms of edema are swelling and water retention in the body parts, pain in the swollen parts, stiff joints, fluctuations in the weight, sluggishness, bloated stomach, and stiff body. However, performing certain yoga exercises can help to treat edema effectively. Yoga poes prevent the retention of fluid in various body parts and help cure edema to a great extent.

Here Are Some Beneficial Yoga Poses To Cure Edema.

Mountain pose (Tadasana)

Mountain Pose

Mountain pose or tadasana promotes blood circulation in the muscles of your legs. When performing this yoga pose, you stretch muscles and nerves of your body that helps in cutting down fluid retention. This yoga exercise helps stretch all muscles of your body including tiny muscles from your head to toes. Stretching during this yoga pose minimizes the probability of water retention in your legs and other body parts, thus preventing or curing edema.

Warrior Pose (Veerabhadrasana)

Warrior Pose

When performing warrior pose, you stretch your arms, shoulders, legs, and other parts of the body. This improves blood circulation and respiration substantially. Warrior pose energizes your entire body, as your legs, arms, neck, belly, ankles, and other crucial body parts are stretched, and prevents the accumulation of water in the body.

Plough Pose (Halasana)

Plough pose (Halasana)

This is highly effective yoga pose in mitigating edema substantially. When performing this pose, you lie on your back, lift your legs and lower body, and by keeping upper body and head on the floor your try to get your feet above your head. This yoga pose provides all necessary stretches on your feet and stomach, thus preventing fluid retention in your body.

Extended Side Angle Pose (Parshavkonasana)

Extended side angle pose

This is a bit difficult yoga pose but highly effective in treating edema. You make posture similar to extended side angle by stretching you hands, legs, neck, back, and other parts of the body. Performing this pose enhances healthy functioning of your body, boosts your flexibility and strength, and prevents water retention in the body. Various body parts are benefited due to this yoga pose. They include ankles, legs, torso, shoulders, waist, chest, groin, lungs, and spine.



Horse Riding Pose (Asvasanchalan)

Horse  Pose

This is extremely useful yoga pose since it helps massage your internal organs for smooth and better functionality. It strengthens your leg muscles and offers an overall stretch to your body. It prevents water retention in legs and internal organs of your body, thereby curing edema substantially.

Cobra pose (Bhujangasana)

Kobra Pose

When performing cobra pose you experience good stretching in abdominal region and hands. This prevents accumulation of fluid  in the body. Also, this yoga pose improves blood circulation in the back and facial region, enhances digestion, tones your liver, and massages your kidneys leaving no scope for fluid retention in your body.

Shoulder Stand Pose (Sarvangasana)

Shoulder stand pose

This is one of the major yoga poses since it provides appropriate abdominal and upper abdominal stretch and twists your body. It improves circulation of blood in your body and prevents water retention in abdomen and other body parts. You simply need to lie on your back and lift your legs and lower body upwards by placing head and upper body on the floor.





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