Article by Basavaraj Gollar
Each season has its unique beauty. But while we're enjoying the warm sun or the scenic rains we are also vulnerable to suffer from seasonal allergies and illnesses.
If you find yourself falling sick often due to 'viral' seasonal viruses it is quite possible your immune system is not at its best. While we thrive in our professional fields and excel in what we do, we tend to deprioritize our health.
There is no one specific way to prevent falling prey to seasonal allergies. However, there is a way to build your immunity and be ready to counter the seasonal viruses protecting yourself from attack.
Yoga is a holistic lifestyle that offers solutions to build a strong immune system. Here are a few asanas that we suggest you try to improve your immunity!
Matsyasana or the fish pose is also known as the "destroyer of all diseases" in ancient yogic text. Let's have a look at how you can master this stunning asana!
Matsyasana offers loads of benefits. It works as a fatigue reliever, it removes soreness from your spine and neck muscles. It is a great asana to improve posture, flexibility, and digestion process. It works on increasing metabolism and helps you de-stress.
Utkatasana or the chair pose is a powerful asana that works on increasing the strength and stamina in the legs promoting inner power. Here's how you do it!
Utkatasana works towards improving your posture alignment and relieving neck & back pain. It works on strengthening the thigh muscles. It tones & stretches the legs. It also stimulates the heart and reduces stress. The regular practice of Utkatasana helps you live an energetic and healthy life.
Vrikshasana or the tree pose symbolizes the still and serenity that we long for in the fast running and chaotic world. It helps you achieve a state of balance. Here's how you can practice this asana.
Vrikshasana aids in improving the balance of the body. It strengthens and tones your legs and arms. It stabilizes your mind and body. It improves your concentration and rejuvenates you.
Enjoy each season to its peak without the worry of falling ill due to seasonal allergies! Until next time, namaste!