High blood pressure can be a silent killer, with no symptoms. However, it is still possible to lower your risk by getting regular checkups and knowing how to control high blood pressure through natural means such as yoga or pranayama.
Therapeutic Yoga for Blood Pressure – One to One Session
Duration: 60 Minutes per day
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Price: £256 per month (3 sessions per week)
Price: £768 3 months (3 sessions per week)
Price: £1536 6 months (3 sessions per week)
Diet chart will be issued after a month of therapeutic session (only for 3 months subscribers).
What is hypertension or high blood pressure?
One of the most important metrics for your body’s health is blood pressure. The right amount varies from person to person, but it needs to be regulated in order for any part of your system to function smoothly. Most people are at 120/80mmHg-140/90 mm Hg and that qualifies as normal or prehypertension depending on how you look at it; anything higher than 140/90 is hypertension which can be dangerous if left untreated
What causes high blood pressure?
Hypertension is an independent condition which means that it does not trigger other medical conditions like diabetes, heart-related problems or kidney malfunctioning. Stress can cause hypertension and when you are stressed your heart beats faster and blood vessels contract. Other factors such as adverse lifestyle choices including smoking, drinking drug abuse also causes harm to the body. If you do not exercise enough or have a poor diet then this could lead to developing high blood pressure
How to control high blood pressure
Neither a high nor low blood pressure is desirable; it’s important to maintain balance in your body. It may seem obvious, but you can’t ignore the effects of both diet and mind on this delicate equation. The answer lies in ancient practices like yoga which will help keep your BP balanced through simple postures that are quick and easy for anyone – even beginners!
Why Yoga Therapy for High Blood Pressure?
Yoga asanas are a form of exercise that combines controlled breathing with synchronized body movements. These exercises can reduce stress and blood pressure, soothe the nerves, regulate sleep habits and patterns to prevent insomnia from becoming chronic, increase immunity levels in order for people not to get sick often or at all during cold seasons, help control weight by regulating diet plans which leads into decreasing incidences of heart problems like strokes or heart attacks due to obesity. Yoga is an excellent example of fitness without any equipment because anyone anywhere who has space enough may practice it!
Yoga helps you feel good on the inside and out. It makes life more hopeful, happy, and calm. In addition to this calming effect, yoga can help with regulating blood pressure levels in time as well!
Practising yoga helps develop the body and mind, yet is not a substitute for medicine. It is essential to learn and practice yoga under the supervision of a trained Yoga Therapist. In case of any medical condition, practice yoga only after consulting your doctor and a Mind & Soul Yoga Therapist.
Mind & Soul Therapists work on IAYT (Integrated Approach of Yoga Therapy) models which help to get the best results.
Annamaya Kosha -The Food sheath / Physical Body
Pranamaya kosha – The Breath sheath / Energy Body
Manomaya Kosha – The Mind sheath / Mental Body
Vijnanamaya Kosha – The Intellect sheath / Wisdom Body
Anandamaya Kosha – The bliss sheath / Bliss Body
In general exercise is a wonderful way to avoid and combat high blood pressure. But you should know which types of exercise are safe and which to avoid. Checking with your doctor and then trying this gentle, therapeutic, calming yoga routine is a great place to start.
Things You Need for Yoga:
Your Own Yoga Mat
2 cushions – OPTIONAL
2 blocks (or thick books) – OPTIONAL
Strap (or belt or towel) – OPTIONAL
The props above are not a mandatory requirement but can help to create a more comfortable and safe practice (I will always explain when & how to use them).
Yoga brings many benefits to your overall health and well-being. It can balance your energy, increase flexibility, and relieve stress. There is a connection between stress and hypothyroidism, but certain yoga poses are thought to balance out
Several studies have shown trusted sources the positive effects of yoga on improving Pancreas function.
Why Yoga Therapy?
Yoga helps you to be fit all the time.
Yoga helps to enhance the issues slowly and steadily.
There are no side effects.
It requires only few minutes and a yoga mat with a suitable place to practice.
Easy and doable for everyone.