yoga for nervous system

Yoga for Nervous System

Your nervous system, consisting of central and peripheral nervous system, is one of the most important parts of your body. It controls which sensations are brought from every inch of your body to your consciousness. It is connected with each little part of your body and thus vital to each information that travels until your brain.

If your peripheral nervous system is damages at some point, for example when a nerve is squeezed, you experience much pain and it can lead to numbness, stiffness and loss of control over the muscles.

Damage to the central nervous system can be much more severe as it includes brain, spinal cord and retina.

yoga for the nervous system helps you to keep a healthy nervous system, to keep the flow of information from and to your different body parts active and to keep awareness of your body. With the yoga poses listed below you will stimulate your nerves by moving your muscles. You move muscles and in a way that they are hardly ever moved in daily life and with this stimulation you make sure that each part of your nervous system is active and well-functioning. With yoga practice unnecessary waste is removed from the body and the nervous system can work properly and much faster.

Additionally Pranayama and meditation help you to relax your body, your muscles and along with this all your nerves. You will learn to be more in peace and more relaxed.

Yoga is good for your whole body and with the exercises you see below you can immensely help your nervous system.

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Akarna Dhanurasana - Shooti...

Strengthen your complete hands, arms and legs, give room to your lungs and stimulate your digestion with this pose.

Ardha Sirsasana - Half Head...

The exercise before you go into the complete head stand. Beneficial for your brain, eyes, ears and even against hair fall!

Dwi Pada Sirsasana

Stimulate your third chakra, activate your blood flow, stimulate your digestive system and look enormously flexible!

Eka Pada Paschimottanasana

Lose belly fat, increase digestion, stimulate the third chakra and much more. A Yoga pose with a big positive impact on the body!

Eka Pada Sirsasana

Pure flexibility! Sitting with one leg behind your head has several benefits that you can discover when practicing this posture.

Eka Padangusthasana

Balancing on one foot can be so difficult! Strengthen your blood flow, stimulate your nervous system and get rid of stress all at the same time!

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