Yoga Asanas and Pranayama for High and Low Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a medical condition in which the pressure of the blood pushing against the blood vessel walls is persistently high. High blood pressure forces the heart to work harder to pump blood throughout the body. If your blood pressure is high then it may lead to heart problems like heart attack and blockages in arteries. This high blood pressure is called as hypertension. Yoga is the perfect solution to manage and control your blood pressure. Only yoga provides complete relaxation to your body, mind and soul. Yoga and pranayama gives excellent benefits for those suffering from low blood pressure as well as high blood pressure.

Cause of High Blood Pressure

  • Stress.
  • High amount of salt in food.
  • No exercise.
  • Smoking.
  • Alcohol.
  • Weight gain.

Cause of Low Blood Pressure

  • Dehydration – Due to vomiting, diarrhea or by fever.
  • Thyroid problems.
  • Low blood sugar.
  • Heart problems.
  • Nervous system disorder.
 
Yoga relaxes body, mind and soul and controls blood pressure, cures depression, stress and anxiety. Improves blood circulation in the body, reduces heart problems like heart attack and strokes. Seven pranayama are the complete breathing exercises which removes negative energy from the body and supplies positive energy. Pranayama brings stability in mind and soul.

Pranayama for High Blood Pressure Low Blood Pressure

Click the 'Title of the Pranayama' for Detailed Description;

(bellows breathing Technique)
(Skull shining Breathing Technique)
(External Breathing Technique)
(Alternate Nostril Breathing Technique)
(Bumble Bee Breathing Technique)
(Victorious Breathing Technique)
(Meditation)

Yoga poses for High Blood Pressure and Low Blood Pressure

Click the 'Title of the Pose/Asana' for Detailed Description;

(The Child Pose)
(The Cat Pose)
(The Turned Side Angle Pose)
(The Wind Relieving Pose)
(The Shoulder Stand Pose)
(The Corpse Pose)
(The Hare Pose)
(The Thundbolt or Diamond Pose)

Yoga Tips for Managing and Controlling Blood Pressure

  • More vegetables and fruits.
  • Eat less salt
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Include fish if you can.
  • Say not to dairy products.
  • Control your anger
  • Control your weight.
  • Avoid alcohol
  • Become more active.
  • Regular blood check up
  • Yoga poses and Pranayama.
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