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Yoga for Acid Reflux

Yoga has been recognized as cure of many diseases like heart problems, Acid reflux, cross bowel syndrome, and back aches. There are various yogasanas for different body disorders. Acid reflux or heart burning is very common as well as serious disease. If someone practices specific yoga poses or asanas regularly and carefully than recovery from Acid reflux is sure.

Yog asanas for Acid Reflux
Breathing Exercise (Pranayama)
Controlled breathing or Pranayama is easiest yogasana. This asana can help you in relieving of your all strain and tension of day-to-day life. After a phase of time poisonous or toxic build-ups developed in the mucus linings of lungs and Pranayama helps in reducing that. Proper breathing also cleans the blood and amplifies the blood circulation into the veins of the body; due to that you feel improved energy in yourself.

Relaxed Pose (Sukhasana)
Sukhasana is a standard meditative pose used in calming the body and mind. This asana is generally used before starting any major yoga poses and exercises. Sukhasana helps in flattening of spine, slowing down metabolism, encourage inner quietness and calmness, and keep your mind silent.

Meow or Cat Exercise (Bidalasana)
Bidalasana helps in coordination of body-centered movements and breathing, which are considered as main factors in yoga practice. If you have any chronic or recent back pain or injury than strictly avoid Cat pose

Barking or Dog Exercise (Adho Mukha Shvanasana)
The Adho Mukha Shvanasana recover flexibility of your spine, elongate the hips and low back, refresh the body, and prevents back problems. Dog pose should not be practiced if someone has serious back pain.

Twist Spine Exercise (Ardha Matsyendrasana)
Ardha Matsyendrasana make spine stronger and stretched. This technique is beneficial for liver, kidneys and adrenal glands.

Stress Relieve Exercise (Pavanamuktasana)
The word Pavanamuktasana is basically combination of two Sanskrit words in which 'pavana' means air and 'mukta' means freedom. This Pose works chiefly on the digestive system. Particularly, it helps in removal of excess gas from the stomach.