Many patients who have been told they have a slipped disc believe their chances of recovering are limited and they will be doomed to a life of suffering.
Yoga for Slip Disc places a strong emphasis on breathing, relaxing, and keeping proper posture. The ligaments that keep the spine intact and the main spinal muscles are strengthened by practicing specific asana and postures. It is firmly believed that consistent practice will aid in reversing the bulging in the spine and enable you to live a pain-free life.
The following asana should only be performed on the advice of a doctor or a trained yoga therapist.
Always begin with poses that are simpler for you to complete. Do not ever arch your back. At the first sign of pain, stop. Avoid straining yourself.
The most popular posture for treating a slipped disc is quite successful. Legs and hips are also strengthened as a result.
● Lay flat on your back with your head on the ground.
● Lay the elbows down on the floor. And lift your shoulders and head.
● The palms of the arms should support the head.
● Legs must be kept relaxed and upright.
● Eyes closed at all times.
● Hold this posture for two to five minutes.
● Roll over and lay on your back after slowly removing the hands from beneath your chin.
●You might wish to gently bend forward without strain if you experience any back pain. Please keep in mind that people with certain medical conditions shouldn't bend forward excessively.
Relaxation is the goal of this stance. You can use this pose to relax your body, maintain a regular breathing pattern, and clear your thoughts. For individuals with slipped discs, this stance is quite soothing.
●Straighten your legs as you lie flat on your stomach. Your forehead should be on the ground. If necessary, you can rest your forehead on a towel or blanket that has been wrapped up.
●The area between the bottom portion of the head and the top part of the neck is where you should position your hands behind your ears with your fingers interlocked.
●The elbows should just barely contact the floor.
●Relax all of the body's muscles, particularly the ones in the back and shoulders, and breathe normally and rhythmically.
●For two to five minutes, or as long as comfortable, unwind and stay in this position.
This is yet another relaxation pose that is excellent for people with stiff necks and slipped discs.
● Straighten your legs as you lie flat on your stomach.
● Reaching forward, place both hands along the floor, contacting both of the head's sides.
● Breathe naturally and rhythmically, and let all your muscles relax.
● Spend two to five minutes—or however long feels comfortable—in this position.
Only until you are completely at ease with the aforementioned three poses is it advised that you continue to slightly more difficult poses that call for more back and neck strength.
This pose improves mobility of the backbone and surrounding muscles while strengthening the back muscles, particularly the lower back muscles.
●Your toes should be touching while you lay on your belly with your hands at your side.
●Your palms should be on the ground as you bring your hands up to your shoulders.
● Using only your palms as support, slowly lift your head and trunk. The Elbow bend is the proper position for the arms.
●Your neck should be slightly arched backward to create the appearance of a cobra with a high hood.
● Feel your tummy pressed against the floor while you inhale normally.
● In the beginning, hold each pose for a short period of time. As one advance, they can go up to two minutes.
● By putting your head on your forehead and putting your hands back to your sides, you can exit the stance. After that, tuck your hands beneath your head to act as a pillow. Breathe normally while bending over and placing the head on one side.
It is advised that one frequently does pranayama in combination with Yoga for Slip Disc to raise their pranic level and give their entire body more flexibility. The proper circulation of pranayam throughout the body promotes total body healing.
13 April, 2022