Six Benefits of long-term Yoga in 2022
- Prevention of obesity
When the weather turns cold, we will have a big appetite and inadvertently eat a lot of fat. In fact, the energy required by the body in winter is not much different from that in summer, but there is less exercise in winter. Yoga squeezes through various forward bending, backward leaning and left-right twisting postures to stimulate our glands, adjust endocrine and increase people's heat production capacity, Help us better control our appetite and prevent our body from getting fat.
Yoga reduces facial wrinkles and produces a natural "skin pulling" effect. Yoga handstand posture can often restore the original color of gray hair and delay the phenomenon of gray hair. This is because the handstand increases the amount of blood flowing to the hair follicles in the scalp. This position increases the elasticity of the strength, removes the pressure of blood vessels and nerves in the strength, and makes more blood flow to the scalp muscles. In other words, hair follicles get more nutrition and produce more healthy hair.
In the process of practicing yoga, you often sweat. At this time, sweat will expel toxins from the body. It can also stimulate the organs with detoxification effect in the body by twisting, refreshing and massaging the body. Therefore, regular practice of yoga can help expel toxins from the body.
- Release pressure
Regular practice of yoga can make the body, heart and spirit calmer, promote the function of the immune system, and excrete toxins in the body caused by stress. Many students believe that yoga is the perfect cure after a hard day's work. Yoga can eliminate fatigue and calm the mind. Make people keep a comfortable and quiet state and fully enjoy life.
- Enhance self-confidence
Practicing yoga can make you feel healthy, strong and flexible, improve your self-image and regain self-confidence. By practicing yoga, you will not only feel proud in the center, but also become vibrant in your daily life and handy in doing things.
- Strengthen respiratory management
The quality of breathing often directly affects our mind and body. When we learn how to control and ease our breathing, we can find that we can control our body and mind more effectively. Yoga can help us learn to control the state of our mind and eliminate the pressure we face in our daily life.