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Yoga to Beat the Flu

Dirga Pranayama
Dirga Pranayama

This asana which makes you to practice breathing with the Three-Part Breath improves your breathing pattern. Firstly, you inhale, and then send the breath into the ribs by expanding them, and then sending the breath to the collar bones to widen them.

Balasana
Balasana

This pose improves the circulation, which allows the lymph, a fluid to move throughout the body and pick up the bacteria and viruses by bringing back to the lymph nodes. Sit back on your heels and fold forward. Place the forehead on the mat and keep your hands near the body.

Nadi Sodhana
Nadi Sodhana

This pose clears the blocked nasal passages. In this asana, firstly the right nostril is closed, leaving the left one open and inhale. Now close the left nostril and open the right. Exhale and continue this breathing pattern for 8 times.

Pincha Mayurasana
Pincha Mayurasana

This asana washes your body off the vital nutrients and you can practice this pose on the wall. Place your hands on the mat with your thumbs facing each other. Keep your elbows under the shoulders. Now you need to practice kicking up. Try this pose with the help of a yoga practitioner.

Sarvangasana
Sarvangasana

Shoulder Stand is a great pose for boosting the immunity because it circulates fresh blood from the legs to all the main organs. Start on the back and kick legs over head. Place hands on lower back and kick the legs up. Do not turn the head.

Try these yoga poses and beat the flu infections!

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