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Yoga For Anxiety: Try These Asanas To Treat Anxiety Disorder

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / 2019-09-04T00:00:00+5:30

Yoga, since immemorial, has been a great source of exercise for fitness as well as mind and body. Apart from an effective way to lose weight, yoga has been in practice to manage several behavioural disorders as well. Anxiety is one of them. Yoga, coupled with medication and doctor consultations, can be a great source to control the trigger symptoms of anxiety disorder. Yoga Instructor And Wellness Consultant Shikha Mehra takes us all through some simple yoga asanas to treat anxiety disorder and panic attacks. In this video, she shows how to do some simple yoga asanas, including the adho mukha savanasana, padangusthasana, etc.

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Practising these asanas regularly can help you stay calm, relaxed and focused. By doing so, you can also gain the required strength to handle situations of panic and anxiety with much courage. Yoga for anxiety is all about focusing on the body postures, breathing techniques, meditation, giving the required positivity and strength to handle complex situations.

Follow her while watching the video and see a remarkable difference in the strength you gain to handle symptoms of the behavioural disorder like anxiety.

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