Want to keep your liver healthy and strong?

The liver is one of the most important organs in the human body. So, it is mandatory to keep your liver healthy and functioning properly. Yoga is a simple and fruitful way to do it. Today we will go through certain exercises which will boost your liver health and keep it strong.

Skull Shining Breath Pose:

This yoga pose is also known as Kapalbharti Prayanama. This is breathing activity which is known for improving liver functioning and helps to fight disease like jaundice, cirrhosis and many more. This asana also helps to cure liver disease and increase liver stimulation.
Skull Shining Breath Pose:
How to do it:
• Bring a mate and sit with the crossed leg.
• Place your palms on the knees
• Take a deep breath and exhale out with the force through the nose.
• Repeat this for 10 to 15 minutes.
• Return to your normal position slowly.

King of the Fish Pose:

This yoga poses also known as Ardha Matsyendrasana. In this pose, it will put pressure on the liver and thus helps to increase the strength and stimulates the liver that is suffering from any liver disease like fibrosis, inflammation, etc.

King of the Fish Pose:

How to do it:
• Sit with a crossed leg in Kapalbharti Pranayama pose.
• Slowly up your legs from the knees and point it upside in the sky.
• Hold left foot with the right hand and move your upper body to the right side along with the head
• Hold this position for a minute and repeat this by changing the leg and the side
• Repeat this for 8 to 10 minutes and return to your normal position

Note*: Any person who suffers from the back injury or spinal injury should consult with the physician before proceeding with this Asana.

Bow Pose:

This asana is magical medicine for those who are suffering from a liver disease like fatty acid. This yoga also is known as Dhanurasana. It helps to burn the fat which is stuck in the liver by stretching and strengthening the liver and abdomen muscles.

Bow Pose

How to do it:
• Lie down on the mat with your face facing downwards
• Bring your legs upside and hold the foot with your hands
• Make your posture like a bow (Dhanura)
• Hold this position for 3 to 5 minutes
• Return to your normal pose and repeat this asana for 4 to 5 times

You need to know what should we eat or what should we not. By performing yoga along with the healthy diet will keep your liver and body healthy and clean.

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