5 Yoga Exercises For Maintaining A Healthy Liver

Yoga exercises should be a part of your daily routine so that you end up maintaining 

Yoga exercises that can help you stay fit with a healthy liver

Yoga is a great way to remain healthy and fit. Yoga exercises, if performed right and regularly will help you not only manage all illnesses but also stay mentally and physically fit. The scope of Yoga is massive and performing different exercises can help you deal with different bodily issues. Which asanas can help keep your liver healthy? Let’s find out!

  1. Vajrasana (Diamond Pose)

In this pose, you sit back on your heels with your knees bent and your toes pointing backwards. It helps in aiding digestion and it is recommended that after a meal, you should sit in Vajrasana for 15-20 minutes to digest your food better. Better digestion helps in keeping the liver healthy.

2. Padmasana (Diamond Pose)

This is a seated yoga pose that resembles a lotus. To do this, you cross your legs and place each foot on the opposite thigh. It helps reduce stress and calms our body and mind which can save the liver from chronic stress.

3. Baddha Konasana (Butterfly Pose)

This yoga asana resembles a butterfly flapping its wings. For this, sit with your legs bent and the soles of your feet pressed together. Though it doesn’t directly target the liver, it helps in overall health promotion. 

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4. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana (Upward-Facing Dog Pose)

For this asana, lie face down, lift your chest off the ground, and arch your back while keeping your hands and the tops of your feet on the mat. This asana is also a part of the Surya Namaskar and helps you stay healthy. 

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5. Chaturanga Dandasana (Four-Limbed Staff Pose)

This asana involves maintaining a push-up-like position with your body parallel to the ground and your elbows bent at a 90-degree angle. If you can hold this pose for some time, it will help strengthen your core and overall health. 

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Harshita Bajaj

Harshita has a background in Psychology and Criminology and is currently pursuing her PhD in Criminology. She can be found reading crime thrillers (or any other book for that matter) or binge-watching shows on Netflix when she is not in hibernation.
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