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There are five types of practice for Yoga / Yog / Yoga Asanas: Asans in the standing position.Asans in the sitting position.Asans done while lying on the stomach.Asans done while lying on the back.Asans practised for meditation and concentration. Yoga Asanas in Standing Position There are many asans done in the standing position and prominently among them few asans as noted below are commonly practised by the persons according to their age, health and body power. Surya Namaskar, Tadasan, Garudasan, Ardhchandrasan, Ashwathasan, Dhruwasan, Vrikshasan, Padhastasan. Yoga Asans in Sitting Position There are so many asanas practised in the sitting posture. Some of the Asans prominently practised commonly by the persons according to their age and physical power are noted below. Kamarchakrasan, Janushirasan, Pashchimottanasan, Gorashahsan, Gomukhasan, Baddhpadmasan, Konasan, Yogmudrasan, Ardmatsyendrasan, Vajrasan, Ushtrasan, Mandookasan, Bhoonamanasan, Shashankasan, Akarnadhanushtankarasan, Brahamcharyasan, Suptavajrasan, Padangushthasan, Singhasan, Parvatasan, Vakrasan, Ardhchandrasan and many more. Yoga Asans While Lying On Stomach Bhujangasan, Shalbhasan, Makarasan, Dhanurasan, Naukasan, Sarpasan, Shithilasan, Mayurasan and many other asans. Yoga Asans While Lying On Back Uthanpadasan, Katiuttanasan, Matsyasan, Halasan, Sarvangasan, Pawanmukhtasan, Markatasan, Hastpadottanasan, Chakrasan, Padvrittasan, Setubandhasan, Chakrasan, Dwichakrikasan, Shavasan and many more. Yoga Asanas for Meditation Padmasan, Sukhasan, Swastikasan, Sidhasan. Compiled by: Mr. S. N. Gupta
While pregnant, this is one of the important question that keeps arriving in front of your family, Cord Blood Banking. Here are a few things you need to know about it: What is Cord Blood? Your baby is connected with your placenta through the umbilical Cord which contains three vessels, two of them are arteries which carry blood from the baby to the placenta and a larger vein, which carries blood back to the baby. It carries oxygen and nutrients from the mother’s placenta into the baby’s bloodstream and bring back the waste products like carbon dioxide, from your baby to the placenta. It is usually 60 cm long which allows the baby to move freely inside you without harming it. Why is cord blood so important? Once your baby’s cord is cut, there is some blood that remains in the placenta and umbilical cord known as cord blood. This blood is rich in stem cells as found in bone marrow and can be used to treat many life threatening conditions such as Cancer, immunity related issues, genetic disorders to name a few. This is the reason why Cord Blood Banking is gaining a lot of importance these days. It […]
Women should maintain a healthy weight during pregnancy. Obesity or overweight during pregnancy increases the risk of complication during pregnancy and birth. Excess weight during pregnancy can increase the risk of many diseases such as diabetes, hypertension etc. How to check if you have a healthy weight? You can consult your doctor and know if you have overweight. You can analyze yourself using a BMI calculator. Your body weight will change in each phase of pregnancy. You must check with your midwife or doctor to analyze if you have a healthy weight. How to maintain your weight during pregnancy? Here are some of the steps to maintain your weight during pregnancy. Have a healthy diet – Health diet and healthy weight is a must during pregnancy. Plan your diet consulting with a dietitian. Have regular exercise – You should consult your doctor before doing any exercises. Exercises like walking, swimming, gardening, pregnancy yoga etc. are good during pregnancy. Having moderate exercises regularly can burn out excess weight. Exercise 30 minutes daily. Eat a balanced diet – Have foods rich in protein and nutrients and vitamins. A well balanced diet is good for growth of the baby and health of mom. Eat […]